Despite the popular narrative, Millennials have dramatically more wealth than Gen Xers had at the same age, and incomes continue to grow with each new generation.
I shouldn't have to spend so much money on an accountant every year. But I don't really have a choice.
Liberty to engage in voluntary transactions and keep our wealth varies across North America.
The policy is a true budget buster and is ineffective in the long term.
The president criticized companies for selling "smaller-than-usual products" whose "price stays the same." But it was his and his predecessor's spending policies that caused the underlying issue.
The Supreme Court supposedly put an end to “home equity theft” last year. But some state and local governments have found a loophole.
The reality raises questions about the kind of future we want to leave for the next generation.
His speech in Davos challenged the growing worldwide trend of increased government involvement in economic affairs.
According to a report from Good Jobs First, St. Louis' public schools took the brunt of the loss at nearly 65 percent of the total.
It's not robbing Peter to pay Paul. It's more like robbing Peter to pay Peter.
DeSantis says the new, single tax rate would mean "lower taxes for everyone" but that only demonstrates that he hasn't thought too deeply about how a flat tax would work.
Big government has been ruinous for millions of people. Charities aren't perfect, but they are much more efficient and effective.
The year's highlights in blame shifting.
California is facing a projected deficit of $68 billion, a larger amount than the entire annual budget of the state of Florida.
He could save $98 million by dodging California's state income taxes with his unusual, eye-popping contract.
Prosecutors have enormous power to coerce guilty pleas, which are the basis for nearly all convictions.
Nannies never fall out of love with failed authoritarianism and curbs on freedom of choice.
Lawmakers should consider a user-fee system designed to charge drivers by the mile.
As of today, adults 21 or older in the Buckeye State may possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana and grow up to six plants at home.
We're often told European countries are better off thanks to big-government policies. So why is the U.S. beating France in many important ways?
Voters approved a ballot initiative that will allow possession, home cultivation, and commercial distribution—assuming that state legislators don't interfere.
The "Taxpayers Bill of Rights" requires that the state return excess revenue to taxpayers. A ballot question could change that.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan argues that shifting taxes from homes to the land they sit on will encourage development and cut taxes for most homeowners. Local property tax activists aren't convinced.
A debt commission won't solve any of the federal government's fiscal problems, but it's the first step towards taking them seriously.
Over the last several years, they have worked nonstop to ease the tax burden of their high-income constituents.
It's a maneuver that makes little fiscal, philosophical, or political sense, but thankfully it also seems unlikely to work.
He insists that he's not running for president, but his vetoes of the fringiest measures suggest otherwise.
Higher rates lead to more debt, and more debt begets higher rates, and on and on. Get the picture?
Don’t count on that promise to not hike taxes on “people making less than $400,000.”
The city wanted to bring in more money, in part for early childhood education. But such taxes are disproportionately paid by the poor.
Although the HHS-recommended change would benefit researchers and the cannabis industry, it would not resolve the conflict between state and federal marijuana laws.
"It's not easy to make one of these rules, but it's a thousand times harder to get rid of one."