Mary Vought: ‘Medicare-for-all’ would harm my ill daughter and millions of other Americans

A government-run health care system could block Americans’ access to treatment. Worse yet, it could stifle medical innovation completely.

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Bill Gates takes on Elizabeth Warren over tax policy, ‘not sure how open-minded she is’

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who has a net worth over $100 billion, has slammed the tax policies of Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, saying her proposals could hurt building innovative companies in the U.S.

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Gutfeld: Why I hate Daylight Saving Time

Daylight saving time is proof that the scariest sentence in the world is, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”

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Acting OMB Director Russ Vought: Trump keeps promise to tame bureaucracy that runs roughshod over Americans

The Trump administration is committed to making government agencies transparent and accountable to the taxpayers. It is not only the right thing to do—it is a big boost to the economy, too.

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John Stossel: Trump succeeds as deregulator in chief, but his tariffs and farm subsidies counter his efforts

Every excessive rule repealed is a step in the right direction: toward freedom.

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Judge Andrew Napolitano: Declaration of Independence was based on these revolutionary ideas

Ever wonder where Thomas Jefferson got the inspiration for the Declaration of Independence?

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Gutfeld on San Francisco banning vaping

Welcome to San Francisco! Please don’t puff, but by all means, poop.

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Ryan Radia: Congress should think twice before regulating tech giants — look at Europe for what could happen

Giving regulators and judges power to shape the evolution of the digital marketplace is a risky gambit.

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UK bans ads promoting ‘harmful gender stereotypes’

The Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP)– the United Kingdom’s advertising regulatory agency — enacted a rule Friday prohibiting ads from employing gender stereotypes that were “harmful” or implied only one gender engaged in particular activities.

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Jessica Melugin: Conservatives who want Facebook, other social media regulated should be think twice

There are growing calls from both sides of the political aisle for government regulation of speech on social media platforms, but letting government dictate what is acceptable speech is the very definition of censorship.

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Deroy Murdock: Liberate Americans to shop for medical care

The Department of Health and Human Services is weighing a price-transparency rule that would make purchasing medical care more like the rest of the economy.

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Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie: Federal rules protecting freedom of conscience are a win for medical professionals

Countless doctors and nurses across the country are welcoming new federal regulations promulgated by the Trump administration to protect conscience rights in health care.

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High-end cigar businesses fear going up in smoke because of ‘harsh’ FDA rules

Once home to over 100 cigar factories, Tampa is down to its last one. Now its owners say their future is threatened after the FDA’s new regulations on the tobacco industry.

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Feinstein, Blumenthal lead Dem pressure on Boeing after deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash

Two top Democratic U.S. senators called on Boeing to ground all 737 Max 8 planes operating in the United States while the deadly weekend crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet is investigated, while the head of the House Transportation Committee said Monda…

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Bill Gates slams Ocasio-Cortez, says her tax policy is ‘missing the picture’

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who has a net worth approaching $100 billion, has slammed tax policies like the one put forth by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, saying they miss the larger picture and could create tax dodging.

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