Illinois has dropped from the fifth most-populous state in the union to sixth, due largely to the state taxing them out of their homes.

High-flying “visionary” Elon Musk is finding that “public-private partnerships” have their risks. Taxpayers are learning that lesson also.

While free-market Americans might think the decision by the Federal Court of Canada is something to like, they should consider the implications for America's national sovereignty.

The U.S. economy continues to outperform experts' predictions, with another month of exceptional job growth.

Despite expressing his preference for bilateral trade deals rather than multilateral “free trade” regimes that erode the sovereignty of multiple nations, President Donald Trump and his top officials have indicated that a new version of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is almost ready. A number of disagreements remain, but negotiators reportedly expect to have them worked out very soon. Senior U.S. administration officials are even said to be plotting wild schemes to ram the “modernized” NAFTA regime through Congress. But opposition among Americans and their elected representatives is growing louder.   

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