Senator Elizabeth Warren released a more detailed version of her ‘Medicare For All” plan late last week. It leaves much to be desired.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is seeking to raise money for toll roads through a user tax on their best customers.
David C. Levy argues college professors at teaching universities are overpaid because they don’t put in enough hours.
Arguments for the Ryan Plan that characterize it as being “against bureaucracy” are apparently oblivious to the fact that private health insurance is full of bureaucracy.
Academic publishers want to end the Fair Use of scholarly journal articles in the classroom.
The Republican Study Committee has come up with some significant budget cuts.
Today’s job numbers make it clear that Congress has only one duty, and that is to do everything it can to stimulate real economic growth.
Among the unintended but not unforeseen consequences of the new health care law is that companies who were previously offering some health coverage may stop altogether. In some cases, that’s just as well.
Everyone seems to agree that the new 1099 reporting requirements contained in the health care reform bill are a bad idea, but nobody wants to take the time to repeal them.
Depending on which papers you read, the British NHS is undergoing minor restructuring, secretly planning major cuts in basic services, or doing nothing of concern.