“SALT”-y Profiles in Tax Reform Courage

South Carolina leaders should take a lesson from North Carolina and the “California 11” when it comes to fundamentally fixing South Carolina’s unfair, unstable, uncompetitive tax code.

The Trouble with “Medicare for All”

Let’s hope for the sake of our health – and our wallets – that Americans remember Margaret Thatcher’s prescient admonition: ‘The trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money.”

South Carolina’s Tom Roe is Smiling

Tom Anderson Roe Jr. (1927-2000)–Greenville native, Furman graduate, and successful businessman–was the founder of the state-based policy network. 25 years later, he is surely smiling down from heaven on a thriving movement “built for such a time as this.”

Economic Growth is Still the Answer

Economic growth supports peace, prosperity and strong families. In a recent visit to South Carolina, Dr. Arthur Laffer shared the not-so-secret “secret” for creating that growth.

The Struggles of Rural America

History says that Americans will do what they must for upward mobility. Move three states over for a […]

Work: More than Just for Money

What does it look like to move away from treating people as a demographic and treating people as the unique individuals they are?

An Erosion Of American Civic Understanding

At all levels of education, students must be taught how to be productive members of American society.

A Worthy Celebration

Yes, 229 years is worth celebrating. But let’s not let our celebration be a passive affair. The best way to celebrate our Constitution is to work to preserve it.

Honoring Our First Responders

As we approach the 15th anniversary of 9/11, we are reminded of our first responders who are always ready to respond to any kind of emergency.

Let Us Always Remember

Don’t let this Memorial Day go by without taking a moment to show your gratitude for American heroes.