Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is so eager to get an Internet sales tax bill passed that he has skipped the normal committee process and is bringing the bill directly to the Senate floor.
Calls to privatize government agencies like the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are likely to fall on deaf ears until the government runs out of money.
Even as Americans suffer the effects of the budget sequester, the federal government is spending $152,000 on a study of voice therapy for transgender individuals.
A closer look at a surprising poll showing a majority of small-business owners favoring raising the minimum wage reveals an organization with an agenda.
Britain was in decline when Margaret Thatcher was elected as the nation’s first female prime minister in 1979. Her answer to the economic collapse was more capitalism and less government.
The U.S. Department of Energy says it seized $21 million from the reserve account of hybrid automaker Fisker Automotive when it failed to begin repaying a federal loan.
Tax deductions are not subsidies. They don’t have to be “paid for.” Yes, they deprive the government of revenue, but that is essential for a free society in which people are able to keep everything they earn and decide for themselves on what to do with it instead of the government deciding for them. Until the income tax is abolished, we need all the tax deductions we can get.
A close look at the delays and disruptions the FAA says are being forced on it by sequester cuts reveals an agency that is bloated and inefficient and only too willing to go along with the Obama administration's complaints about those cuts.
An Obama-backed bill that would permit states to impose state and local taxes on Internet purchases will be voted on in the Senate later this week.
Resistance to the Internet sales tax bill that the Senate is due to vote on this week is rapidly building, thanks to the Internet.