Time to Reform U.S. International Broadcasting
America’s vehicles for communication are muffled by poor management and unclear missions and objectives.
Crisis in Venezuela: UNASUR and U.S. Foreign Policy
Claiming that the U.S. should appease a foreign government that is hostile to the U.S. and its democratic opposition is irresponsible.
Congress Should Support the Marines’ New Amphibious Combat Vehicle Plan
The Marine Corps’s decision is the appropriate path forward for modernizing amphibious operations capabilities.
Basel III Capital Standards Do Not Reduce the Too-Big-to-Fail Problem
Dodd–Frank has worsened this too-big-to-fail problem by expanding the capital requirements that contributed to the 2008 financial crisis.
EEOC Loses Again on Background Checks
The EEOC’s crusade to bring disparate impact claims against employers conducting background checks on prospective employees took a big hit.
Job Creation: Policies to Boost Employment and Economic Growth
The JOBS Act would free up the labor market, reduce harmful regulations, and unleash federal lands for productive use.
Fannie and Freddie 2.0: The Senate Does Not Get the Government Out of the Market
The approach being taken in the Senate would ensure that U.S. mortgage markets are slightly remodeled rather than completely reformed.
Paycheck Fairness Act Would Reduce Pay and Flexibility in the Workplace
The PFA would burden employers with frivolous litigation and restrict employees’ incomes, opportunities, and options.
The Second Amendment and the Inalienable Right to Self-Defense
Lawmakers may outlaw certain types of weapons, but they may not disarm the citizenry.
The DREAM Act in the NDAA: Wrong for National and Homeland Security
Allowing unlawful immigrants to join the military in exchange for citizenship would not advance U.S. national security.