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Healthcare costs have increased as consumers directly finance an even smaller percentage of healthcare expenses, subsidized by an inefficient government.
In Best Trump Budget Cuts, Part III, we take a look at the impact of defunding the non-federal meals on wheels program with actual cuts, not fake cuts.
A study by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) looks at shortfalls in government-run pension schemes in Asian–Japan, China, South Korea and Singapore.
A new study from the European Central Bank examines the degree to which regulation hinders the efficient allocation of those factors of production.
Dissected the data demonstrates that there is no gender pay gap once factors such as occupational choice and work hours are added to the equation.
In Best Trump Budget Cuts, Part II, we take a look at the impact of defunding the moochers at leftwing propaganda outlets PBS and NPR.
President Trump has released his budget blueprint. The size of government won’t change, but the National Endowment for the Arts is on the chopping block.
Healthcare costs have increased as consumers directly finance an even smaller percentage of their healthcare expenses, enabled by an inefficient government.
Republicans have won landslide elections in recent years by promising that they will repeal ObamaCare the moment they’re in charge. And now they’re anemic.