Chris Edwards

SNAP: $15 Billion on Junk Food

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) aims for recipients to “make healthy food choices within a limited budget.”

Margaret Thatcher’s $3 Trillion Revolution

Margaret Thatcher came to power in 1979 determined to revive the stagnant British economy with market-based reforms.

Condition of Highway Bridges

Mainstream media reporting on infrastructure seems to be driven by the lobby groups that are pushing for more federal spending.

House Testimony on Energy Subsidies

I testified to a House committee yesterday on Department of Energy (DOE) loan programs.

Time to Repeal Ethanol Subsidies

The federal government provides an array of subsidies to increase the consumption of biofuels such as corn ethanol.

Cut Corporate Taxes and Corporate Welfare

President Donald Trump is prioritizing major tax reforms, including a large corporate tax rate cut.

AEI Forum on American Indians

At an AEI forum this week, Naomi Schaefer Riley discussed her insightful new book on Indian policies, The New Trail of Tears.

Politicians: Hopelessly Naïve about Government

There are numerous causes of federal government expansion, including special-interest pressures and the ability to borrow-and-spend endlessly.

Privatize to Drain the Swamp

The new mayor of São Paulo is showing the way if President Trump wants to follow through on his “drain the swamp” pledge.

Trump and Infrastructure

The Heritage Foundation hosted a panel of experts to discuss prospects for infrastructure policy during the Trump administration.

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