American Taxpayers Spent $1.46 Trillion on War on Terror Since 2001 According to the Department of Defense’s “cost of war” report, obtained and published by the Federation of American Scientists, America has spent $1.46 trillion on . . .
Republican’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Could Create 1 Million Jobs, Grow GDP by 3.9 Percent The Republican’s proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will create up to 1 million new jobs, and increase GDP . . .
FAIR Reports Illegal Immigrants Cost America $135 Billion Annually This article was first published on American Greatness. According to the Federation for American Immigration Reform’s (FAIR) new 2017 report, illegal immigrants, and their children, cost . . .
Conservatives & Cognitive Dissonance: Why Rejecting the UN Means Rejecting NAFTA Lampooning the left is lucrative business, and has become a rite-of-passage for conservative commentators—even politicians. Pundits like Ben Shapiro, and provocateurs like Milo Yiannapoulos . . .
Why I Cancelled My Subscription to The Economist: the Case Against Open Borders As a teenager I was enamored by The Economist—the logic of classical (liberal) economics was elegant, almost beautiful in its simplicity. I was . . .
Trump’s Regulatory Reform Is Promising: Regulation Growth is Just 1/20th That of Obama’s We recently took a look at how President Trump is actually keeping many of his campaign promises regarding immigration, despite what you . . .
The RAISE Act Will Save America Trillions in Government Handouts Over the Next Decade According to research compiled by Robert Rector, The Heritage Foundation’s senior research fellow on domestic policy, the RAISE Act could save . . .
Trump to Investigate China’s Intellectual Property Theft, First Major Move on Trade Reform Finally we have the beginnings of the trade reform with China that President Trump promised on the campaign trail. On Monday, August . . .
Trump’s Crackdown on Illegal Aliens is Driving Wage-Growth in US Construction Industry by up to 30% There is a strong correlation between immigration—particularly illegal immigration—and wages. This should be obvious to anyone familiar with the . . .
Is Immigration Good for the Economy? No, Not Always Liberal economists argue (incessantly) that immigration is necessary for the economy to grow. In fact, they imply that without immigration America would crumple into a Third . . .