On Sunday night, Hollywood producers and movie stars will walk the red carpet at the Academy Awards. But the hosts of the Oscars aren’t the only ones who roll out the red carpet for this crowd. Many states offer substantial tax credits to entice the motion picture industry to film in their states.
Raising the minimum wage has real downsides which overshadow the economic gains some workers experience. Thankfully, the CBO acknowledges that truth in its report.
The 2014 Index of Economic Freedom, published by the Heritage Foundation in partnership with the Wall Street Journal, was released today. The United States continued its decline in both absolute and […]
There is one important domain where Americans lack freedom of choice: primary education. State and local governments have the power to force students into public schools, regardless of parental choice.
Students at Princeton University finally received meningitis vaccines this week after the Centers for Disease Control ruled that they could be given a vaccine as yet unapproved by the Food and Drug Administration.
About 40 percent of U.S. grown corn is used for ethanol, not food or livestock feed. When the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) examined the effect of ethanol subsidies on food prices, they found that 10 percent to 15 percent of price increases could be blamed on ethanol subsidies.
“Arirang,” or “Mass Games,” boasts up to 100,000 participants doing highly synchronized acrobats, dances and human mosaics that showcase national unity as opposed to individualism. It is CREEPY.