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Who’s Going to Feed New York—And America?

MONTAUK, NY—A brisk early season nor’easter kept many local boats in that week, but with Saturday’s forecast looking better, Montauk fisherman Dave Aripotch is willing—he’s weathered much worse than a little cold and a little wind. By 5 a.m., he’s dockside at the fishing vessel Caitlin & Mairead. For now, he lets his crew sleep....

By Roy Maynard

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Judge Policies by Their Results—Progressive Policies Are Crushing Low-Income Americans

The hidden tax of inflation prevents people from getting out of poverty. Inflation isn’t just an inconvenience; it’s a huge obstacle to prosperity for the vulnerable and low-income. And even if Congress and the Fed have good intentions, their next steps could make the current bad situation worse. The latest inflation data from the consumer...

By Vance Ginn, Ph.D., E. J. Antoni, Ph.D.
November 17, 2021

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Solar Mandates are Shady: The High Cost and Limited Benefits of Government-Driven Renewables

In recent years it has become fashionable to incorporate green energy solutions like solar wiring and electric vehicle charging stations in homes and buildings. California leads the way in the attempt to transition away from fossil fuels to renewable energy alternatives— with limited success — but the unintended financial consequences of these sanctimonious initiatives fall invariably...

September 1, 2021