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The classic conversational pastime of answering the question, "What would you do if you won the lottery?" could help you or it could hurt.
Government-run lotteries have a sordid and monopolistic past. Should we enforce a separation of sin and state?
The Whiskey Rebellion established the sovereignty of "we the people" to tax and oppress any selected group.
Exchange funds, also know as swap funds, can provide investors with one highly appreciated security a way to trade it for an equivalently valued but more diversified portfolio.
There are five ways that both you and the government could make charitable giving more significant.
We must return, as much as possible, to a fee-for-service approach to health care and restore the traditional doctor-patient relationship.
We can only afford to allow others the freedom to strive against death when we are not trying collectively to subsidize it.
"Shouldn't patients and their families have some skin in the game as a brake on the profligate spending of other people's money for health care?"
Next time you receive an unintelligible medical bill, remember how hard it is for your doctor to get paid.
Asians in New Jersey have the best life expectancy of any racial or ethnic group.