The Public Policy
A parent who needs a TV screen to keep him from running over his children is doing a lousy job raising them.
Democratic attempts to control drug prices will stifle innovation and lower quality care.
Utah has given families school choice -- but will it last?
Overweight Americans are using too much fuel, prompting calls for government to grow with our waistlines.
With No Child Left Behind, Republicans unleashed federal bureaucrats on local school systems -- and now face some angry parents.
Maine's state legislature balks at post-9/11 federal driver's license standards -- will its residents ever be allowed on board an airliner again? Or inside a federal building?
Naturally those who forcing others to pay it want to take all moral credit for their selflessness.
On closer inspection, the Bush Health Insurance tax reform proposal is looking better and better.
On health care and spending, the president made sense. On energy -- watch out. A market-distorting disaster of subsidies and likely corruption.
Paul Krugman this year will pull out all stops to impose universal health care.