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July 20, 2018
By Brandi Wielgopolski
Nebraska state employees are now able to enroll in a direct primary care (DPC) pilot program to begin in fiscal year 2019–2020 and run through fiscal year 2021–2022.
July 20, 2018
By Madeline Fry
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) halted one of the first proposed clinical trials of CRISPR, a new gene-editing procedure scheduled to begin clinical evaluation in late 2018.
July 20, 2018
By Christopher Talgo
Three more states—North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin—have joined Texas’ lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
July 20, 2018
By Kenneth Artz
Several major drug manufacturers raised list prices for many drugs in July, two months after President Donald Trump offered his blueprint to lower prescription medication costs.
July 20, 2018
By Ashley Bateman
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar announced the establishment of a Patient Driven Payment Model to be used initially in skilled nursing facilities.
July 20, 2018
By James M. Taylor, H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #292
July 20, 2018
By H. Sterling Burnett, Tim Huelskamp, Ph.D.
“The Al Gore alarmists are on a losing streak that will continue because they don’t have the science, the economics, or the law on their side.” - Tim Huelskamp
July 20, 2018
By Lindsey Stroud
It’s been more than 50 years since the surgeon general issued a report linking smoking to health hazards such as lung cancer and heart disease.
July 19, 2018
By Viv Forbes
Earth’s climate is never still – it is always changing, with long-term trends, medium-term reversals and minor oscillations.
July 19, 2018
By H. Sterling Burnett
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana and Rep. David B. McKinley of West Virginia recently introduced a congressional resolution stating a carbon-dioxide tax would harm the economy and therefore should not be enacted.
July 19, 2018
By Tim Huelskamp, Ph.D., Joseph Bast, James M. Taylor, H. Sterling Burnett
“A tax on carbon dioxide is a horrible idea. It is a job killer.” -- Tim Huelskamp. Ph.D.
July 19, 2018
By Daniel Sutter
Millions of Americans engage in do it yourself (DIY) home improvements. 
July 19, 2018
By H. Sterling Burnett
Restricting the use of fossil fuels is an especially bad idea because expanding their use is the quickest, surest way to decrease poverty and increase human flourishing globally.
July 19, 2018
By Sarah Lee
Last week, the Department of Labor issued a rule change that makes it possible for small businesses and associations to offer more affordable health care plans, known as association health plans.
July 19, 2018
By Joe Barnett
The House Appropriations Committee’s draft bill to fund the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for fiscal year 2019 provides substantially more funding than President Donald Trump requested.
July 19, 2018
By Kenneth Artz
The thousands of federal regulations implemented by executive agencies each year impose trillions of dollars in costs on the American people annually.
July 18, 2018
By Lennie Jarratt, Christopher Talgo
In the wake of Parkland and several other recent mass shootings, it seems clear that gun control advocates do not understand natural rights and the founding principles of the United States.
July 18, 2018
By Leo Pusateri
You may be hearing a lot more about Biosimilars, nearly identical copies or “generic” versions of biologic drugs, as their market is expected to surge, reaching a global market share of close to $24 billion by 2023
July 18, 2018
By Robert G. Holland
By far, the biggest, boldest move under the Trump administration’s proposed executive-branch reorganization would be consolidation of the departments of Education and Labor, two behemoths of social policy.
July 17, 2018
By Jay Lehr
Review of The Space Barons: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and the Quest to Colonize the Cosmos, by Christian Davenport (PublicAffairs, 2018), 320 pages, ISBN-13 978-1610398299, $20.80 on Amazon.com.
July 17, 2018
By Liam Siger
If one asked a liberal strategist their opinion on President Donald Trump’s recent Supreme Court nomination, the lyrics to R.E.M.’s “It’s the End of the World as We Know It,” might be their retort.
July 17, 2018
By Richard Ebeling
Welcome to the seemingly unending cycle of resurrections of the socialist idea in renewed appealing forms.
July 17, 2018
By Seton Motley
Thanks to the obscene over-officiousness of the Barack Obama Administration, we have spent much of our time the less decade or so discussing the incredible damage the federal government can do – and was doing – to…everything.
July 17, 2018
By Jay Lehr
Marc Morano's Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change covers almost every climate change topic imaginable, exposing the lies and hypocrisy behind the scare along the way.
July 16, 2018
By Thomas A. Hemphill
In March, Reps. Steve Stivers, R-Ohio, and Bill Foster, D-Illinois, introduced the Support Technology & Research for Our Nation’s Growth and Economic Resilience (STRONGER) Patents Act of 2018.
July 16, 2018
By Paul Driessen, David Wojick
African Development Bank breaks with anti-fossil fuel banks to fund coal power, prosperity.
July 16, 2018
By Gregory Wrightstone
The people of Earth continued their transgressions and humanity was told by the high priests of climate change that the Earth (Gaia) would punish humankind.
July 16, 2018
By Gregory Wrightstone
The recurring theme of civilization’s relationship with climate is that the end of each warming period went badly for humanity.
July 16, 2018
By Billy Aouste
Week of July 9, 2018
July 15, 2018
By Edmund Contoski
Greece is on the verge of settling the repayment of its bailout loans from the International Monetary Fund, European banks and other creditors.
July 13, 2018
By Jeff Stier
In the era of self-driving cars, big data and increasingly sophisticated bio-medical advances, the age-old question of how regulation can keep up with technology is more relevant than ever.
July 13, 2018
There are many Americans who have not yet accepted President Trump as their president. 
July 13, 2018
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #291
July 13, 2018
By Sarah Lee
President Donald Trump signed federal Right to Try legislation on Wednesday, May 30 at the White House. Now the seriously ill or terminal can apply to use experimental treatments that have passed the safety phase of the FDA approval process.
July 13, 2018
By Kenneth Artz
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued four new guidelines, that go into effect in April, that protect millions of families from paying penalties for not having insurance.
July 13, 2018
By Madeline Fry
The San Antonio, Texas City Council approved an ordinance that will require political campaigns to collect and disclose the names, employers, and occupations of individuals donating $100 or more to candidates running for city office.
July 13, 2018
By Kenneth Artz
A new study shows Americans who are skeptical of claims humans are causing catastrophic climate change are more eco-friendly than those who say they are very concerned about global warming.
July 13, 2018
By Christopher Talgo, Lennie Jarratt
Truth in Accounting’s latest “Financial State of the States” rankings placed Illinois in 49th place—barely beating out New Jersey. The Prairie State was labeled a “Sinkhole State” and earned a “financial grade” of “F.”
July 12, 2018
By Seton Motley
God bless the Internet – and its round-the-clock delivery of breaking news.
July 12, 2018
By Edward Hudgins
Requiring the United States Postal Services (USPS) to increase shipping rates for package deliveries would add to the already increasing burden on consumers and small business owners caused by the U.S. Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision.