By masking the costs of ethanol, certain wealthy biofuel investors advance ideas and polices that line their pockets at the expense of average Americans.
A Treasury Department report reveals that federal finances are far worse than publicized figures for the budget deficit and national debt.
Those who refer to carbon dioxide as "pollution" blur a critical distinction between noxious pollutants and greenhouse gases.
Contrary to the claims of certain prominent individuals, the Congressional Budget Office is projecting that Obamacare will reduce workers' wages.
A scientific nationwide poll has found that voters are often ill-informed about major public policy issues.
The left is blaming high unemployment and other economic ills on cuts in federal spending, but such spending has been at or near record highs for more than five years.
The Los Angeles Times is grossly misleading its readers about the national debt.
Roughly half of U.S. households receive more in benefits from government social programs than they pay in federal taxes.
President Obama is misleading Americans to believe that the federal government is fiscally healthy and can keep spending without concern for the national debt.