Commentary

Late last month, the Biden administration announced a new initiative to lower the cost of at-home Covid-19 tests and make them more widely available. It's long past time. Throughout the pandemic, bureaucratic sclerosis has proven the American regulatory apparatus to be an impediment to fighting Covid-19—not to mention...

Last week, President Joe Biden unveiled a new social spending framework that omitted many of the healthcare provisions Democrats have been calling for. One provision that has survived is a massive and wasteful expansion of Obamacare . In March, Congress made federal tax credits available to those shopping for coverage...

While criticizing California’s blue state agenda from a limited-government perspective requires little effort, it can be a wearying exercise. So it’s particularly refreshing when the legislature passes, and the governor signs, a bill that eases up on the bureaucracy. Even when the new law doesn’t...

Healthcare workers are exchanging scrubs and gloves for signs and megaphones. In what's been called "Striketober," frontline staff are walking out of hospitals, emergency rooms, and doctor's offices to insist on better pay, benefits, and hours. Earlier this month, Kaiser Permanente workers in California voted...

The National School Board Association’s recent letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland warning about “threats of violence and acts of intimidation” by parents distracts from the much larger problem of violence and crime in schools. In its letter, the NSBA does not cite any data to...