No more studying infrastructure projects to death.
Economy & Budget
Members have been more concerned with preserving bases in their states or districts than in allowing the Pentagon to make rational decisions on how best to allocate resources.
For a company to grow, sooner or later, it will want to export.
The data make clear that, in a highly diverse global economy, trade success depends on choosing partners with which mutually beneficial trade is plausible in the first place.
The CFPB is responsive to evidence; this bill is responsive to industry lobbyists. Who would you rather have writing your regulations?
The Export Import Bank will expire at the end of September, and this year there is an increasing amount of opposition at the grassroots level to renewing its charter.
New federal spending would primarily divert skilled workers from existing private-sector projects, reshuffling jobs instead of creating them, exactly as happened with the stimulus.
When investors depend on financial professionals for their investment needs, they often don’t realize that those professionals may not be serving their best interests.
State bureaucrats would rather advance a balkanized system of regulation under which companies must comply with the regulations of 50 different state regulators.
They’re plainly unfair: why should Roths pay taxes only on contributions, while all the other accounts pay on gains as well?