Feeling pushed by lands ‘poll’?
For those who have ever wondered what a “push poll” looks like, the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank that’s up in arms about the West’s movement to transfer most federal lands to state control, provided a great example a couple of weeks ago.
Price-gouging, shortages and the free market
Don’t drink the water – or even bathe in it, the city of Eagle Mountain told its residents on the evening of Sept. 29, 2014 – leading to an interesting economics lesson.
Head-scratching analysis of (dead) American adulthood
A story by New York Times film critic A.O. Scott last month declared adulthood dead in the United States. Well, maybe, but his reasons for thinking so are odd.
Infographic: How many drinks per week?
Here’s some interesting – and eye-popping – information about American alcohol consumption.
How states that take federal bait end up on the hook
Utah needs to take a look at the experience of states that have already expanded Medicaid.
Energy development boosts poor and middle class
Policy-makers on both sides of the aisle have turned their focus to improving economic mobility for the poor and economic security for the middle class.
Ethanol: How politics takes an interest in you
Like it or not, politics affects our daily lives with ever-increasing regularity.