Free market at odds in debate to export more natural gas
Exportation would decrease the supply at home and raise prices.
Cover Oregon Scandal Illustrates the Arrogance and Audacity of Failed Big Government
Liberal Democrats had the audacity to believe that something as complex as providing health care to millions of citizens could be more effectively administered by government bureaucrats who had no experience or training in administration of this sector of the economy, than by the experienced and trained experts who managed the provision of health care in the private sector.
How Uber and Small Dollar Lending are Disrupting the Status Quo
Economics always finds a way. Especially in America where the entire system is founded on creatively providing needs to the society at large in hopes of profit.
Understanding Pollard: He is Not the Victim his Supporters Portray
Jonathan Pollard, the U.S. intelligence analyst who spied for Israel and was sentenced to life in prison, could be released as early as November, when he becomes eligible for mandatory parole, according to the Justice Department.
Governed by Zealots
The government’s environmental rules defeat even environmentalists.
Gerrymandering the Skies
Roscoe Bartlett wasn’t a big problem in Washington. Known as the “oddest congressman,” his big issue—befitting his background as a Navy engineer who worked on the space race—was vulnerability in the power grid.
Brown’s Words Quash Needed Debate
On governance and budget matters, Gov. Jerry Brown has earned a reputation for being reasonable and moderate (by California standards). Even many Republicans describe him as the “last adult” in the Capitol, given his refusal to embrace far-reaching programs. Yet when it comes to global warming, the governor is anything but measured these days.
Hillary’s Inconceivably Stupid Capital-Gains Tax Scheme
Her “short-termism” fear will lead to long-term stagnation.
Why Donald Trump Is Leading The Republican Field
There is a simple reason why Donald Trump is leading the race nationally amongst the numerous Republicans vying for the nomination of their party. Voters are despondent, and angry, and looking for somebody different.
Historical Ignorance II
We call the war of 1861 the Civil War. But is that right? A civil war is a struggle between two or more entities trying to take over the central government. Confederate President Jefferson Davis no more sought to take over Washington, D.C., than George Washington sought to take over London in 1776. Both wars, those of 1776 and 1861, were wars of independence. Such a recognition does not require one to sanction the horrors of slavery. We might ask, How much of the war was about slavery?
Tesla Gets $295M in Green Subsidy Credits for Technology Not Offered to Customers
Tesla Motors has earned more than $295 million in green subsidy emission credits during the past three years for a battery-swapping technology customers weren’t getting, a Watchdog investigation reveals.