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Opinion: Electric Vehicle Subsidies and Other Fantasies

Electric vehicles (EVs) are the future. Everyone will want one because they’re emission-free, ecologically responsible, and more affordable every year. That’s why GM, Volvo, and other manufacturers will soon be making only EVs. Or so we’re told. Some people’s driving habits and incomes certainly make buying an EV an easy choice. But why do the

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Opinion: Biden’s Agenda Starts with His Nominees

For more than 200 years, senators have lived by a set of norms and rules designed to give all Americans a voice in their government. These long-standing principles include the precedent of deferring to presidents on their cabinet appointments. But in 2017, Democrats broke that tradition by playing hardball with President Trump’s nominations. That was

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Opinion: The New World’s Richest Man Got There Thanks to Taxpayer Support

Give yourselves a round of applause, taxpayers.   For the first time since 2017, there is a new “richest man in the world,” and you played a significant role in helping him get there. The guy he passed? You played a significant role in his success as well.  Elon Musk became the world’s richest person weeks ago

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Opinion: Unfazed by Real Issues, Democrats Played Politics with Impeachment (Again)

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Democrats played politics with the impeachment process. After peddling the hoax of “Russian collusion”—with no evidence to show for it—to impeach President Trump once, the anti-Trump #Resistance sought to convict the former president for his role in the Capitol riots, failing spectacularly. Emphasis on former. Newsflash to Democrats: After four years

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Opinion: Supreme Court Doesn’t Need Fixing, Everything Else Does

The Supreme Court has been in the political crosshairs recently, and various reforms have been proposed to “fix” it. But the court, especially in recent months, has proven it does not need to be fixed. What should be fixed is our continued focus on addressing our problems in D.C. rather than locally. True federalism is

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