Inside Sources: Massachusetts Unknowingly Made E-Cigarettes More Dangerous

The legislature recently banned all flavored e-cigarettes in the state while also instituting a 75 percent excise tax on the product — the highest in the nation. While the law was passed under the guise of protecting teen health, the only thing it has accomplished is making e-cigarettes more dangerous. You can read this op-ed […]

New FDA Commissioner Has The Chance To Help Smokers

Over 480,000 people annually lose their lives due to cigarettes, while 34 million Americans smoke every year. As the new commission at the FDA, it is his responsibility to ensure the public has access to products that reduce harm and promote health. E-cigarettes are an essential product that have already saved lives and continue to help […]

Liberty News Now: Streetcars are Just Another Example of City Budget Waste

Streetcars look rather pleasant, but clearly, they’re no longer a viable option for mass public transit. As cities like El Paso have demonstrated, streetcars take money away from the taxpayer’s wallet while providing no added value. If cities were really interested in revitalizing, they should allow commuters to partake in modern transit options. You can […]

Journal Post: When Good Intentions Aren’t Enough

In 2016, Governor Jerry Brown (California) signed into law the $15 minimum wage, saying “Economically, minimum wages may not make sense” but, “morally and socially and politically, they (minimum wages) make every sense.” It’s been three years since then, and despite the American economy doing better than ever, new labor regulations are threatening to undo […]

The Hill : Congress Must Allow Private Sector Protection of Post-Disaster Flooding

While not all disasters are preventable, the country has been hit with damaging hurricanes and increased rainfall, resulting in billions of dollars in damage. Congress must focus on implementing policies that will reduce vulnerabilities and costs – and limit the damage. For the protection of every property owner and the good of every taxpayer in […]

Inside Sources: What Happens If the Credit Union’s Tax Exemption Gets Removed?

The push to end tax exemption and treat credit unions more like banks would not make the allocation of credit better, cheaper and more efficient. Instead, it would reduce competition and limit credit, affecting mostly the underserved population. You can read this op-ed at Inside Sources. What Happens If the Credit Unions’ Tax Exemption Gets […]

Real Clear Policy: “Medicare-for-All” Would Deprive Americans

Senator and presidential-hopeful Elizabeth Warren (D-Ma) has made headlines in recent weeks by releasing the details of how she would fund her vision of Medicare-for-All. But far from the headlines, and hidden deep in her 9,000 word blueprint, lies her plan to put a stop to American medical innovation. By strong-arming innovators and removing all […]

The Hill: Credit Unions Deserved Their Tax Exempt Status

There’s a reason one in three Americans is a member of a credit union and that credit unions consistently outperform banks in consumer satisfaction ratings: Credit unions deliver valuable services to their members and the economy as a whole. Instead of seeking to cripple a competitor through government intervention, perhaps banks should seek to do […]