There is good news for SC out of Washington: jobs, jobs, jobs.
Even as BMW expands, Volvo builds, and the factory line at Boeing moves, the real bedrock of South Carolina’s economy are the small businesses.
Welcome to the Dollar General Distribution Center in Jonesville, South Carolina. This week, U.S. Senator Tim Scott visited this hive of activity.
It’s time to examine and roll back burdensome occupational licensing requirements that create barriers to opportunity and hurt South Carolina workers.
The idea of the “Forgotten Man” has become a “forgotten idea.” At least, the original understanding of the idea has not been well preserved.
We understand Americans earning minimum wage could use a raise, but a blanket increase is unsustainable.
Both conservatives and liberals desire a productive economy, but only free-market principles can build a solid foundation for human flourishing.
That’s right! According to a new Heritage Foundation study, the amount of money in new regulatory costs last year equals the number of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy.
Ten months following the implementation of Seattle’s minimum wage increase, how is the city doing?
Common sense – not to mention tight budgets – shout for penal code reform. Our legislature should take the time and effort to fix our woefully out-of-date penal code.