President Obama returned to his theme of "economic patriotism" last week, invoking the phrase "corporate deserters" to describe multinational companies that use mergers with overseas firms to reduce their tax liability in the United States.
The Internal Revenue Service continues to extend its already vast overreach, this time by agreeing to monitor church sermons as part of an agreement the government made on July 17 with the aggressively atheistic Freedom From Religion Foundation.
This is a setup from the start. The rail line will never make money, so it's being funded with gifts in the hopes that taxpayers can be gulled into paying for its expansion in the future.
Resistance to renewing the Export-Import Bank's charter is growing, mostly led by Rep. Jeb Hensarling.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) spoke at the Western Conservative Summit and called for the abolition of ObamaCare, the IRS, and Common Core.
The House Committee on Government Oversight and Reform released testimony yesterday from a top IRS official that further undermines the Obama administration’s crumbling credibility in the ongoing Lois Lerner/IRS e-mail scandal.
NASA wants to go to Mars — for all the benefits — disregarding all the costs.
The new Levi's Stadium could turn out to be the biggest municipal financing catastrophe in history.
A recent decision by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce suggests that the organization that claims to represent “the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes” is more interested in strengthening the grip of crony capitalism on the government of the United States than it is in supporting the free market.
On Monday the House considered government funding for the next 12 months, and took the opportunity to cut appropriations for the IRS enforcement budget by 25 percent.