The pact is better without American influence—but now we won't enjoy the benefits.
The House bill fails to put an end to global income taxation and the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, though the Treasury Dept. may provide some regulatory relief on the latter
Cutting off foreign trade would hurt lots of small towns in the heartland.
Significant regulations "are down an astonishing 58 percent compared to Obama," reports the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Congress needs to vote to stop protecting shipping cartel from market competition.
Administration says it will not reduce effects of the anti-free-trade Jones Act.
Crony law benefitting U.S. shipping companies will drive up costs, extend hurricane crisis.
Antiglobalism and anticosmopolitanism might flow purely from economic ignorance, but it is hard to believe that’s all it is for many people.
What does it mean when a president is constantly worried that we ‘won’t have a country’ anymore?
Economist Deirdre McCloskey explains the roots of "The Great Enrichment" of the last 200 years.
If we Americans value freedom, we will dismiss the social engineers, open the borders, and liberate ourselves.
The president's Warsaw speech takes a paranoid view of internal threats while downplaying the central role that international exchange has played in the rise of the West.
Many of them echo old labor union and Democratic Party complaints about freer trade.
Trump threatened to withdraw from NAFTA to get Mexico and Canada to the table, but there's no clear goal for negotiations.
Not a nightmarish departure from it.
Wanna stick it to the unfriendly skies? Let Richard Branson and other foreigners compete inside the U.S.
If you send money to friends and relatives abroad, the GOP wants more of it to go to Washington.
Libertarian-leaning congressman unpacks the great Ryancare ‘bluff,’ explains how Paul Ryan is ‘more Machiavellian than even John Boehner,’ and why he’s ‘still hopeful’ about Donald Trump despite a military budget proposal that’s ‘the dream of the neocons’
Federal trade court rules that lazy coziness will be taxed at a lower rate.
Cato's Johan Norberg on politics, progress, and why he remains optimistic.