Well intentioned, but not well executed.
That’s a phrase that could describe any number of government programs, and on Tuesday that was the way state auditors summed up a difficult first year for Minnesota’s state-run health insurance exchange program.Read More →
When a bill to ban e-cigarette sales to minors was heard in the House Health Committee on Jan. 26, the tobacco industry supported it and the Cancer Action Network opposed it. What’s wrong with this picture?Read More →
Unless police are allowed to track Minnesota drivers’ every move, the terrorists might win.Read More →
Sometimes, not violating the law can get you in trouble with the law.
Just ask the Hirsch family, from Long Island.Read More →
Republicans swept into control of the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, but that only begins to tell the story of a mid-term election that turned into an electoral rout.Read More →
By Eric Boehm | Watchdog Radio
The owner of a Minnesota diner has angered progressives and other advocates for a higher minimum wage by attaching a 35-cent fee to patrons’ checks. It seems that people who want a higher minimum wage do not like being confronted with the actual cost of the policy – they’d prefer […]