• Housing Still Needs Federal Government Guarantees

    While a $780,000 house may be a mansion in Texas, Alabama or other states, in California that buys a 2,400-square-foot house in Orange County or a 1,600-square-foot house in the San Francisco Bay Area—hardly mansions.

  • Don't Kill the Golden Geese in Taxing for Government

    It seems the government has an open-ended credit card with our future earnings ("The Outlook: Top Earners Feel the Bite of Higher Tax Rates," U.S. News, April 14). Does efficiency or accountability ever enter into the formula for raising additional revenue for our budget?

  • Federalizing Insurance Regulation May Be Good, or Not

    The insurance industry has undergone periods of extreme distress that the state regulators failed to foresee, including the liability availability crisis in the late 1980s.

  • No Consensus on Income Inequality

    Democrats and the media have been bellowing about income inequality since it helped the former regain control of Congress in 2006.

  • It Seems Some Income Inequalities Are Fine

    The payments received by the tobacco lawyers are one of the most egregious cases of over-compensation with amounts rising into the billions. Curiously there was no adverse comment by the liberals. There were no problems with the about the effect on the inequality of incomes.

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