85% of parents send their children to a public school, yet only one third of parents would choose that same public school option if they had the ability to go elsewhere. What does this mean for you, your children, and the future of education in the United States? We explain:
The Social Security Disability Insurance program is one of the most-abused of government programs, with the added feature that once people get on SSDI, they rarely get off. Well, until now. What gives?
Congress's Kid Vid rules are outdated. Most families don’t get their kid’s programming via over-the-air television.
Empower consumers with more choices, reduce costs, and target aid to those who need it most.
If you want to read an uplifting commencement address, one that is not bitter or nasty and partisan, as too many have been this season, Vice President Mike Pence gave a lovely one at Hillsdale College.
Bureaucrats are behaving badly.
Freelancers, small businesses, and associations can soon band together for better health care.
Policymakers should not be afraid of a tight labor market.
Via New York Post
by Elisha Maldonado
That we’re asking the question at all tells you how much Turkish politics have shifted under the Islamist strongman’s feet...
Via Washington Examiner
by Mattie Duppler
The answer, issued in the ruling held in a 5-4 decision on Thursday, is a bad one for taxpayers.
by Patrice Lee Onwuka
Today, it takes seconds for the president of the United States to announce a sweeping national policy to the world with a tweet. News traveled much more slowly back in 1865...
Via The Hill
by Nan Hayworth
As a physician whose career in medicine was dedicated to preserving and improving my patients’ health, I know firsthand how important it is for everyone to have access to care...
Via National Review
by Ericka Andersen Sylvester
Childhood trauma can cut so deep that the brain is rewired to view the world as hopeless, forever repeating nightmares of the past...
Via American Council on Science and Health
by Julie Gunlock
The mere existence of an opioid pill is not why there is a crisis...
Via Fox News
by Charlotte Hays
by Carrie L. Lukas
President Trump’s plan to lower prescription drug costs uses a surgeon’s scalpel to address a range of issues, offering nearly 30 policy recommendations to modernize payment policies, weed out counter-productive regulations, improve price transparency, and expand competitive price negotiations...