Contradicting the New York Times, clear and abundant data show that regulations may have harmed the U.S. economy.
Politico claims that deadly insect-borne diseases are rising due to “warming global temperatures,” but the facts say otherwise.
Many nations have built, fortified, or expanded border barriers since 2010, and as far as can be measured, such barriers seem to be effective at reducing cross-border crimes.
The average annualized immediate cost to taxpayers of compensating each full-time public school teacher in the U.S. is about $120,000.
Much rhetoric surrounding Equal Pay Day slanders employers who have done no wrong, stokes gender and racial hostility, and hinders people from being successful.
Former EPA directors are undermining principles of sound science in ways that can have widespread harmful effects.
A new report from the U.S. Treasury shows that federal finances deteriorated by $1,157 billion in 2017, or by 74% more than the reported budget deficit.
Trump’s proposal to protect the lives of schoolchildren is consistent with wide-ranging facts about criminology, security, policing, firearms, and active shooter incidents.
Contrary to a grossly misleading New York Times column, civilians use guns to stop violence more than 100,000 times per year.