Over the long run, revenue-neutrality seems unlikely to hold because it is easier to raise a tax that already exists than to create one that…Read More
Economy & Business
As is typical with cronyism, the law creates diffuse costs and concentrated benefits.
Rather than promise a chicken in every pot, why not a robot in every field?
Christopher DeMuth has written another extraordinary essay.
I wouldn’t object in principle, and I’m not sure why any conservative would.
Helping to turn big ideas into real businesses — creating value. It’s not like money fell out of the sky on them.