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Opinion | Biden Boils the Religious-Liberty Frog

A series of innocuous-sounding regulations conceal an affront to the American faithful. Source link

Opinion | Want to Save the Planet? Where’s Your Union Card?

OpinionCommentaryIf you want to find the green in the state’s new plan, follow the money to organized labor. Source link

Opinion | House Republicans Make a Commitment to America

I stood on the steps of the U.S. Capitol along with 367 other Republican candidates for Congress. It was Sept. 27, 1994, and I was the GOP nominee...

Opinion | The NLRB’s War on Franchises, Part II

A resurrected regulation could blow up a highly successful business model. Source link

Opinion | Big Labor Eats Small Business in California

America’s leading antibusiness policy incubator, also known as the state of California, is at it again. The state Assembly passed the so-called FAST Recovery Act in January. It...

Opinion | Rising Interest Rates Will Crush the Federal Budget

The Federal Reserve’s policies of increasing interest rates and quantitative tightening—reducing its $8.9 trillion balance sheet—will increase the volume...

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Hims & Hers’ surprise 85% Wegovy discount is latest step on a journey to make medicine less ‘paternalistic,’ exec says

Traditional medical practices are getting a lift from newcomers seeking to fill gaps in what health industry executives described Monday as a lagging...

The global ‘spermpocalypse’ proves infertility is no longer just a women’s problem, CEO of male fertility clinic says

Across the globe, male sperm count is on the decline—a decades-long drop that has been alternately blamed on pesticides, heavy metals, obesity, and...

Volvo teams up with Aurora to reveal an autonomous semi truck

Volvo revealed its first “production-ready” self-driving truck that it’s making with Aurora, the autonomous driving technology company founded by former executives from Google,...

Chinese, Iranian, and Russian gangs are attacking the U.S.’s drinking water and officials are alarmed

Cyberattacks against water utilities across the country are becoming more frequent and more severe, the Environmental Protection Agency warned Monday as it issued...

America’s biggest Medicaid insurer pledged to help build $900 million worth of housing. It’s proof that in America, you need more than medicine for...

A division of Centene, the nation’s largest Medicaid insurer, pledged to help build nearly $1 billion worth of affordable housing in eight states...