In every sector — manufacturing, energy, medicine, food, work flexibility, education — innovative products and ideas are improving conditions for workers, consumers, individuals and families.  In contrast, government actions — onerous regulations, higher taxes, and product bans — reduce choice and discourage innovation. This is not to say that the government should have no role in regulating industries, but regulations should be used only to advance legitimate safety concerns and not needlessly prevent progress.


Why Won’t They Listen?

According to the CDC, Thanksgiving needs to be done differently this year. “Have a small dinner with only people who live in your household,” they suggest. You know, eat with the people you’ve been holed up with non-stop for 250 days. Sounds fun!  “Prepare family recipes for family and neighbors…

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