Curbing U.S. Population Growth Would Fight Climate Change
Millions of young Americans want to shrink their carbon footprints.
Animal Rights Groups Choose Coronavirus over Your Safety
Top U.S. health officials recently delivered a sobering message: Americans must prepare for the inevitable spread of the coronavirus within the United States. So far in the U.S., over 80 people have died. The virus has claimed the lives of more than 6,000 people and infected over 180,000 worldwide.
Trump's New Drug Pricing Plan Isn't "The Best Deal" For Patients
President Trump will soon unveil a new plan to reduce drug prices.
End Foreign Freeloading - Don't Import It
Since day one in office, President Trump has been eager to put America first -- even when it has meant upending norms, upsetting political allies, and straining relationships abroad. This eagerness is worth applauding.
It's Time to Turn the Prescription Drug Debate on its Head
Politicians typically blame drug companies for soaring pharmacy prices. But insurers, pharmacies, and other middlemen are the real driving force behind rising drug spending.
Bring IP Back Into US-Japan
If you blinked, you might have missed it. On January 1, a limited trade deal between the United States and Japan took effect. It doesn't go nearly far enough.
America Shows How to Fight Climate Change Without Regulation
Speaking at the United Nations in December, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi drew cheers by saying the United States was "still in" the Paris Climate Agreement.
Are You Tired of Watching America's Natural Landscapes Disappear?
America's population is soaring. Our nation currently houses 330 million people. And each year, that number grows by 2 million. By 2065, more than 440 million people may call the United States home.
Don't Legalize Discrimination Against People With Disabilities
Imagine if the federal government treated disabled Americans as second-class citizens. It's an appalling thought. But it could happen soon -- if some special interest groups get their way.
To Boost the Economy, Fight Chronic Disease
To understand the health of an economy, look at the health of those who participate in it.
Direct-to-Consumer Drug Advertising Benefits Companies, but Patients Even More
Analysts at the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office recently scored Speaker Nancy Pelosi's drug pricing bill, H.R. 3.
Healthcare Start-Ups Save Lives And Healthcare Dollars
Rising healthcare costs are taking their toll on American patients. Half of adults say they or a loved one skipped or delayed treatment in the past year due to cost concerns, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. About a quarter say they or a family member has struggled to pay medical bills.