An author and critic of big government doesn't see a problem with financial incentives for workplace wellness programs.
People are out again today calling for some jobs to pay $15 an hour. Critics, meanwhile, continue to warn against such wages.
A new rule involving businesses and unions takes effect today. One group critical of the rule says it's been a long-term goal of unions and their allies on Capitol Hill.
A manufacturing group wants to see "Made in America" become a major issue in the 2016 presidential race.
People pushing for $15 an hour in various jobs will continue their efforts next week. Critics, meanwhile, warn it will make things worse. The so-called "Fight for 15" is planned for April 15 or 4/15.
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is continuing his efforts to get the nation off of coal-powered electricity, but one energy policy analyst says he's ignoring the consequences of his actions.
Companies lining their pockets with billions of conservative Americans’ dollars annually are using those funds as a platform in Indiana — using opposition against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act to push the homosexual agenda and eradiate religious freedom, according to a leading pro-family organization.
As merchandisers stock their shelves with Easter-themed products this spring, some of the United Kingdom’s largest supermarket chains are discontinuing Easter eggs with Christian messages in favor of secular-themed eggs with images of Darth Vader, Postman Pat and other secular themes.
Tax day is not the only big day coming this month. There's also an impending rule about union elections.
President Barack Obama has vetoed a congressional measure blocking a controversial rule involving union elections, but one critic thinks there are many ways to combat the rule.
A court case involving McDonald's and the National Labor Relations Board could have a huge effect on the franchise business model.
Economists regularly go back and forth discussing things like gross domestic product – but why should we care about GDP?
An attorney says liberal groups continue to make a "boogeyman" out of a free-market, limited-government group.
Concerns continue to be raised over a government program known as Operation Choke Point.
Legendary homosexual Italian fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have received accolades for standing against same-sex "marriage" and adoption. The praise came in the form of a letter from six American adults who were raised by homosexual parents.
Debate continues over the so-called "death tax," which one economist says is not that effective.