An advocate for property rights is weighing in on TransCanada's actions to acquire Keystone pipeline land.
The Obama administration has declared that it's wiser than business owners when it comes to running their own companies.
People in support of New York's fracking ban are celebrating, while other New Yorkers continue to speak out against the ban.
A labor policy analyst has questions about reports of rising numbers of new job openings.
While coal and the Keystone XL pipeline continue to have people talking, arguments for and against natural gas are also being made.
Millions of private sector workers in Illinois will now have access to retirement plans at their jobs, but one organization says it won't be cheap and still doesn't address state pension plans.
Several states increased their minimum wage this year, leading some to say it will help workers while others warn it could mean fewer job opportunities.
The death tax is alive and well in the New Year, although it may not be for much longer.
When it comes to housing, one analyst thinks it best to just say 2014 was an average year.
You may not own a McDonald's franchise, but you should be paying attention to the National Labor Relations Board and its complaint against McDonald's and franchisees over worker rights.
A traditional values organization has checked Walmart's charitable contributions and wonders if the company is trying to gain favor with homosexual activist groups.
Refusing to entertain the pleas of some 25,000 pro-family advocates urging them to filter the free WiFi offered to their customers, Starbucks and McDonald's have decided to let patrons of their world-famous coffee and fast food consume Internet porn along with their favorite brew and burgers.
United Auto Workers has qualified for the so-called "top tier" of labor policy at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee, but a critic of Big Labor says it's not clear what good can really come from the local union.
Don't get too excited about predictions of next year's gas prices.
A policy group based in Washington D.C. contends a growing number of physicians are battling challenges with the Medicare health program.
Many charities use the Christmas season as a time to ask people for donations but it's wise to use caution before writing that check.