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by | Sep 21, 2022

At a time when the American economy could use more people, restrictions on immigration continue to trap unused talent in low-productivity countries. To unleash it, the United States could simply let these immigrants in and let them work. They’d become…

by | Aug 22, 2022

The Wall Street Journal published an article Friday titled “It Now Costs $300,000 to Raise a Child.” The calculation came from a study at the Brookings Institution, which in turn relied on data gathered by the Department of Agriculture. Three…

by | Aug 11, 2022

For a few years, I have sounded the alarm that a growing wave of conservatives is working to make Republicans indistinguishable from Democrats on social spending. Some say that to win elections, Republicans need to pay more attention to families…

by | Feb 17, 2022

It all seemed to make sense. Americans were hard workers, but jobs were scarce. So the 1930s Great Depression’s severe unemployment levels seemed the time for the national government to create a New Deal of welfare programs to assist those…

by | Jan 14, 2022

There’s no shortage of explanations offered for the ongoing worker shortage — a shortage that has left our nation with more than 11 million unfilled jobs. Some blame delayed or early retirements. Others point to unreliable access to school and…

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