Category Archives: Sectors

A 2014 Health-Care Strategy: Freedom

ObamaCare repeal is out until 2017, but here’s an agenda to unite the GOP and offer Americans relief. By Phil Gramm Contradictory rulings this week by the D.C. and Fourth Circuit Courts of Appeals mean that ObamaCare will probably return to the Supreme Court. The crucial issue is whether the government can...
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Gramm and Wallison: Worse Than Fannie and Freddie

A bipartisan Senate housing reform would double down on the mistakes that led to the financial crisis By Phil Gramm and Peter Wallison In this era of partisan gridlock, any legislative proposal with significant bipartisan sponsorship should be praised and supported if it simply does not produce a policy worse...
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Gramm and Solon: Suddenly, an Opening for Tax Reform

Senate Finance Chairman Ron Wyden now recognizes that a pro-growth tax reform can raise revenues. By Phil Gramm and Mike Solon A glimmer of hope for the economy and deficit reduction flashed from the Senate this past weekend when the new Senate Finance Committee Chairman, Ron Wyden, announced “a breakthrough”...
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Gramm and McMillin: The Debt Problem Hasn’t Vanished

While deficit projections have recently moderated, the cost of servicing the national debt will explode once interest rates begin to rise. A version of this article appeared May 22, 2013, on page A15 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal, with the headline: The Debt Problem Hasn’t Vanished....
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