While targeted public assistance can work, Medicaid has become far too large and unwieldy to serve those who truly need it.
In this policy paper, Clemson University economics professor Gerald Dwyer and Heritage Foundation research fellow Norbert Michel examine the technological and policy implications of Bitcoin, a “cry
Advocates for compulsory unionization have argued that right-to-work (RTW) laws reduce wages by 3 percent.
Nuclear power provides 19 percent of America’s electricity and has safely generated affordable, reliable, and clean energy for decades.
The Obama Administration’s proposed climate-change regulations will exact a high price on Americans, resulting in a less reliable, more expensive energy, but have a negligible impact—if any—on glob
The proposed Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act (H.R.
Civil asset forfeiture enables law enforcement agencies to seize money and property that they suspect is being used to commit a crime or represents profits from criminal activity.
This paper, by Heritage Foundation senior fellow James Gattuso examines the history of the United States Postal Service, and suggests how the massive quasi-government agency could become more effic
Medicare Advantage (MA) is a popular and growing alternative to traditional Medicare, enrolling about 30 percent of all Medicare beneficiaries, according to a report from the Heritage Foundation.
An online survey using a national representative sample of 1,014 U.S.