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Steve Mnuchin is committed to moving on tax reform quickly.

Policy and Government

On National Review, Larry Kudlow says don’t bet against tax and health care reform in 2017.

In Investor’s Business Daily, Stephen Moore cites Venezuela as evidence of socialisms repeated failures.

PanamPost asks why does neoliberalism have such a bad reputation?

At, Ralph Benko says that the intensity of the left’s fury at Trump stems from Trump’s narrative of America’s greatness which violates the left’s narrative, as recently presented by The New Yorker’s Adam Gopnik, that America from inception has been “marked for violence and disruption and demagogy” and, thus, is fundamentally deplorable.

At, Tim Worstall shows the extent of our economic stagnation.


At Alt-M, George Selgin tells us how to save the dollar.


On the Larry Kudlow Show, Steve Mnuchin says he is committed to moving on tax reform quickly.


In the Daily Signal, Sondra Clark discusses the need to reform Dodd-Frank.

At, Frank Holmes lists the five costliest financial regulations of the past 20 years.

From Students for Liberty, Bill Wirtz writes France’s soda-refill ban reveals bitter taste of regulation.

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