Could British tax cuts serve as an example for the U.S. Congress to follow after the midterms?
By Andy Bloom
State Rep. Michael Sturla, D-Lancaster, spelled out a proposal to allow counties to enact a 1% sales tax that local municipalities can use.
By Victor Skinner
As Pennsylvanian’s leave the commonwealth in droves, state officials are attempting to adjust to a declining economy. But does it really have to be this way in one of the nation’s most asset laden states?
By Guy Ciarrocchi
The Biden administration’s economic policy is failing Americans–and in particular Pennsylvanians–in the moment where we need good leadership the most.
By Ronna McDaniel
As politicians who reject populism continue to exit stage left, it’s time to consider that small government voters don’t represent the bulk of America’s moderate voting base. In fact, they may barely exist at all. This article is part one of a two-part series.
By Benjamin Pontz
Lifting the minimum wage has been an increasingly popular effort. But who’s for and against it — and what are the consequences of the policy?
By Michael Warren
Here are some insightful books on economics and personal finance by black authors for you to read during Black History Month.
By Matthew Rousu
Is Pennsylvania’s economy dynamic enough to adapt to the post-Covid-19 world? Some of the most compelling data available suggest that it is – as long as Pennsylvanians are given a fighting chance.
By Colin O’Reilly
Dr. Walter Williams, a pioneering economist and native son of Philadelphia, passed away at 84 on December 1st. He did more to fan the flames of liberty than most.
By Logan Chipkin