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July 9, 2019
Medicare Is $38 Trillion Short – And Other Reasons Government Shouldn’t Run Anything
America’s Left has certainly evolved. Fifty years ago, it was the Left who didn’t trust Big Brother and wanted to stick it to The Man. Now they LOVE Big Brother, because they now are The Man
Entitlements
June 7, 2019
Ohio Plans Medicaid Work Requirements as Trump Administration Appeals Ruling
The Trump administration is appealing rulings by a federal court that have blocked the implementation of Medicaid work requirements in Kentucky and found a similar program already in place in Arkansas violates federal law.
Health Care
May 31, 2019
Upcoming Medicare Insolvency Poses Big Challenges for Government, Individuals
Medicare’s assets will be depleted by 2026, the 2019 Medicare Board of Trustees Annual Report states.
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Taxes
April 9, 2019
Abolish the Welfare State to Solve the National Debt Crisis
Why is it so difficult to win the case for freedom in modern American society?
Government Spending
January 22, 2019
USDA Secretary Perdue Proposes Tighter Food Stamp Work Requirements
Proposed rule focuses on tightening loopholes in SNAP’s work requirements for able-bodied adults without dependents
Government Spending
January 17, 2019
New Jersey Considers Defined-Contribution Public Employee Pensions
Legislators are considering moving new state and local public employees from the Garden State’s underfunded pension systems to defined-contribution plans.

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Entitlements
July 9, 2019
By Seton Motley
America’s Left has certainly evolved. Fifty years ago, it was the Left who didn’t trust Big Brother and wanted to stick it to The Man. Now they LOVE Big Brother, because they now are The Man
June 7, 2019
By Bonner R. Cohen
The Trump administration is appealing rulings by a federal court that have blocked the implementation of Medicaid work requirements in Kentucky and found a similar program already in place in Arkansas violates federal law.
May 31, 2019
By Kelsey Hackem
Medicare’s assets will be depleted by 2026, the 2019 Medicare Board of Trustees Annual Report states.
April 9, 2019
By Richard Ebeling
Why is it so difficult to win the case for freedom in modern American society?
January 22, 2019
By Bonner R. Cohen
Proposed rule focuses on tightening loopholes in SNAP’s work requirements for able-bodied adults without dependents
January 17, 2019
By Bonner R. Cohen
Legislators are considering moving new state and local public employees from the Garden State’s underfunded pension systems to defined-contribution plans.
December 4, 2018
By Kenneth Artz
Tax businesses to fund spending on homeless
December 3, 2018
By Daren Bakst
We’re in the holiday season, but that doesn’t mean conservative legislators should take a holiday from their conservative principles. Unfortunately, the farm bill devised by House and Senate negotiators would require them to do just that.
November 6, 2018
By Christopher Talgo
The federal Food Stamps Program (FSP), now known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), celebrated its 59th anniversary this September.
October 12, 2018
By Jeff Reynolds
The U.S. Senate Committee on Finance is considering a bill that would penalize business owners for hiring employees using federal entitlement programs, by increasing the corporate tax rate paid by owners.