VIDEO: Criminalizing America: Frozen Out of Justice

Three-time Indianapolis 500 champion, Bobby Unser, and his friend were snowmobiling in the mountains of New Mexico when sudden heavy winds caused a blizzard. They abandoned their vehicles and wandered for two days in subzero temperatures, nearly dying in the process. After they survived, Unser asked the U.S. Forestry Service … »

House Sues Administration over ACA

Earlier today the United States House of Representatives filed suit against the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Treasury, challenging the Administration’s implementation of the Affordable Care Act. In a press release, Speaker John Boehner announced: Time after time, the president has chosen … »

Tax Cronyism is No Substitute for Good Tax Policy

One of the most significant upsets of the 2014 midterm elections was the choice by Maryland voters to elect a candidate who campaigned on lowering tax burdens and creating a more business-friendly state. Governor-elect Hogan represents a sharp rejection of the heavy-handed regulation and tax-and-spend policies of Governor Martin O’Malley, … »

New Report Assigns Dollar Values to Recent EPA Regulations

Ever since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its Clean Power Plan proposal this past June, a number of analyses have been conducted to try and determine the total cost of the regulation to electricity consumers. A report released this morning by Energy Ventures Analysis (EVA), however, goes a … »