Though by spending more money on tax-collection enforcement, the IRS could take in more money, any increase in the IRS's budget is going to be tough sell for the Trump administration. By Bob Adelmann
The majority’s reasoning in the February 21 Kolbe v. Hogan decision by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, could carry the case to the Supreme Court on appeal.
With the Dallas police and fireman's pension being massively underfunded, it's too bad that the people who made the promises many years ago can't also be called to account.
With about two dozen gun-related bills being filed ahead of next month’s 60-day legislative session scheduled to begin in Florida, the state continues to earn its nickname “The Gunshine State.”
Right to work is a First Amendment issue which, as it gains momentum, is overriding unions' claims of "free-riding" to allow them to collect dues from non-members.
Vice President Mike Pence went out of his way Monday to reassure EU leaders that the United States will continue its support of the European Union.
The Heritage Foundation's James Sherk blows up the Robin Hood assumptions of economists who should know better.
The Saudis announced in early 2016 that they would take their state-owned Saudi Aramco oil company public in 2017 or, at the latest, 2018. Now the offering is being delayed into 2019 or perhaps even further into the future.
Steven Camarota's study about the costs of illegal immigration is helpful in many ways, but it doesn't point out present savings to be used to pay for a wall. However, there are other ways to pay for it.
Sen. Rand Paul and Rep. Mark Sanford introduced their ObamaCare Replacement Act on Wednesday, which would repeal nearly all of ObamaCare’s most onerous mandates while allowing individuals to purchase, or not to purchase, coverage.