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Criminalizing America

Today, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of John L. Yates v. United States of America. Mr. Yates is accused of violating the anti-document shredding provision of the...

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Are Unions Too Local?

The labor ecosystem in the United States is out of line with much of the world and it may be hurting us. In contrast to the traditional American union, which organizes workers at a single workplace, in Western Europe and many other parts of the world, laborers of an entire industry form a single industry-wide union. Read more..

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The End of Obamacare?

"What this really about is not healthcare, not Obamacare," says Michael Cannon, director of health policy at The Cato Institute. "it's whether the president of the United States is in fact the president of the United States and subject to the Constitution or an autocrat that can impose taxes on his own." Read more..

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Three Ways to Improve the ACA

Here are three ways to immediately make the president’s signature legislative achievement better, cheaper, and more cost-effective. Read more at Reason..

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What Works in Fighting Poverty

Part of AEI's Pursuit of Happiness project..

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America's Prospects

Henry Olsen’s presentation at the June 2014 Bradley Symposium..

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Dave Camp on Tax Reform

At a job growth and tax reform event hosted by RealClearPolitics on Thursday, Carl Cannon spoke with Michigan Congressman Dave Camp about his efforts to push tax reform as chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means..

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Has Copyright Gone Too Far?

Copyright has long been a source of division among conservatives and libertarians. While some see creative works the same as any other property, and thus a natural right, others argue that copyright is different than traditional property, and that special interests have bloated the copyright system to the point where innovation is stifled. How much copyright is too much? At what point does....

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The Housing Assistance Lottery

Housing policy has the ability to exacerbate or mitigate extreme income inequality in American cities. Where incomes are growing and inequality is increasing, cities like New York and San Francisco, rising prices and rents can displace poor families. But affordable housing secures a place for low-income people in communities with growing tax bases and improved services. Read more at the Urban....

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