Free the Gas Market

We cant change worldwide demand, but we can lift unnecessary restrictions on production and refinery capacity.

The Price of Recovery

When prices rise, it helps get resources to the places theyre needed most.

The Media Spin: The Gatekeepers

Who decides whether you hear more about the Red Cross or the Salvation Army? Its the news producers.

Econ 101: Are Housing Prices Too High?

Professor Gary Wolfram explains the economics behind pricing and the housing bubble.

The Business of Rebuilding

Network news gives little time to Americans generosity, as businesses use their profits to help the needy.

The Media Spin: Bring Out the Tea Leaves

Global warming is in fashion today, but veteran journalist David Goodnow remembers when we once feared another little ice age.

Commentary: The Media Say the Economy Is Horrible, So It Must Be True

But their coverage of the Bush economy reads like a collection of Democratic Party press releases, calling a strong economy everything from 'struggling' to 'volatile' or 'dicey.'

Commentary: The Georgia Tea Party

In The FairTax Book, two Atlantans offer a bold plan to toss the income tax overboard.

News Coverage Skews View of Social Security Reform

Networks deliver liberal talking points and then the media wonders why support for personal accounts isnt stronger.
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