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  • The Death Tax: A Family Business Story (VIDEO)

    Pursuing the American dream is tough enough these days without having to worry about losing it all in the end. “It’s a weight on your shoulders to have to think about this,” said Patricia Baldwin of Reliable Contracting Company. In this video, Baldwin discusses how the death tax has affected … More

    Death Tax: Why Should the Government Get "Something for Nothing"? (VIDEO)

    The federal estate tax, better known by its more accurate moniker the “death tax,” is poised to rise to 55 percent with just a $1 million exemption in 2013 should we fall off the “fiscal cliff.” Today, the death tax is 35 percent with an exemption over $5 million. While … More

    Even Baseball Players Are Watching the Fiscal Cliff

    The fiscal cliff is getting closer by the day, and it’s not just Washington wonks who are noticing. Even baseball players are on fiscal cliff watch. Government Executive recently looked at the details of Major League Baseball star B.J. Upton’s newly signed five-year contract with the Atlanta Braves. There’s at … More

    232 Business Leaders Urge Obama, Congress to Reform Entitlements

    A letter from 232 multi-industry organizations, in conjunction with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, is calling on President Obama and Congress to restructure the nation’s entitlement programs and put them on a path toward financial sustainability. These organizations recognize that the country’s rising debt poses grave economic risks. In the … More

    "I, Pencil: The Movie"

    How does a pencil represent what Adam Smith called “the invisible hand” of the free market? A new film by the Competitive Enterprise Institute has adapted Leonard Read’s famous essay, “I, Pencil: My Family Tree As Told to Leonard E. Read,” to answer this very question. Originally published in 1958 … More

    Wounded Warriors Are Honored This Veterans Day

    After suffering debilitating injuries in combat, wounded warriors are still a source of inspiration for others, telling their stories about struggle, resilience, and overcoming. The achievements of these men and women will be honored this Veterans Day. Through the Wounded Warrior Project, severely injured service members are building a community … More

    Air Force Planes Show Signs of Deterioration

    “Geriatric” and “Decrepit” are terms used to describe America’s aging Air Force. An alarming number of planes are nearly a half-century old, have been rendered obsolete, have far surpassed their original service hours, and are continuing to show signs of deterioration. F-15s were first introduced in 1972 and, at the … More

    Green-Energy Projects Face Opposition From Green Groups

    “We need green energy. Just not here.” Do those words sound familiar? That’s quite often the case with so-called proponents of green energy. The acronym NIMBY (not in my back yard) should really be replaced with BANANA (build absolutely nothing anywhere near anything), according to Ryan Yonk, coauthor of a … More

    NEW VIDEO: The Voting Dead

    Can dead voters sway an election? While there are genuine instances of people casting absentee ballots before passing away and dead voters simply being misidentified, there are also cases of voter impersonation and other types of fraud. According to WMCTV in Tennessee, the Shelby County Election Commission has confirmed the … More

    Father of Murdered Army Private Speaks Out on Terrorism

    After three years of silence, the father of an Army private who was killed in a shooting at a military recruiting office in Little Rock, Arkansas, is speaking out against President Obama’s refusal to call it a terrorist act. Daris Long is upset with the current Administration’s refusal to acknowledge … More