In this Policy Analysis from CATO, Samples argues that the United States Supreme Court decided in Citizens United v.
The author contends in this Policy Analysis that President Barack Obama, former U.S.
Michael Tanner, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, offers this new report on the costs and consequences of President Obama's new health care law, finding that "the more we learn about what is i
In this Policy Analysis, the author contends that an important reason for the Internet's remarkable growth over the last quarter century is the "end-to-end" principle that networks should confine t
In this Policy Analysis, transit expert Randal O'Toole states that far from protecting the environment, most rail transit lines use more energy per passenger mile, and many generate more greenhouse
In this Policy Analysis, it is noted that many experts believe that gasoline taxes should be increased for a variety of reasons. Their arguments are unpersuasive.
In this Policy Analysis for CATO, the author notes that the federal budget watchers usually consider Social Security and Medicare the main sources of long-term budgetary concern.
In spring 2006, Massachusetts enacted legislation to ensure universal health insurance coverage to all residents.
In this Policy Analysis, the authors argue that many Americans have lost confidence in their country’s “energy security” over the past several years.
In this Policy Analysis, the authors argues that the federal government spent $92 billion in direct and indirect subsidies to businesses and private- sector corporate entities—expenditures commonly