The U.S. faces a crisis of ingenuity—but some straightforward policy changes can help turn things around.
Aggressive supply-side reforms would make producing in the U.S. much cheaper.
State and federal policies should defend the industrial power of free nations while defunding the technologies of totalitarianism.
Streamlining approvals will unlock investment in reliable and affordable energy projects—and ease the burden on Americans’ wallets.
Eric Olson and Lauren Agpoon
To reduce coverage costs and encourage more people to enroll in plans while healthy, Republicans should demand changes to insurance-pricing rules.
It’s time for a law capping the size of the federal debt at 100 percent of potential GDP.
The Fed should stop publishing its projections of future interest rates, which prove only that the economy is unpredictable—and undermine the central bank’s credibility.
The next administration should strip away subsidies for favored firms and implement full expensing of investments for all domestic companies.
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