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As Trump gambles with more economic stimulus, the Fed is poised to counter inflation

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Energy isn’t a horse race, and the government doesn’t pick winners

We shouldn’t be upset when the government gets involved in supporting innovative energy technologies. For decades, our federal government has done just that — and we’ve all benefitted.

Economic Policy Salon “Modernizing our Energy Infrastructure”

On February 6th, the ACCF hosted the Honorable Dan Brouillette, Deputy Secretary of Energy for...

SOTU: Infrastructure Investment, Regulatory Improvement and Free Trade are Winning Policy Combination to Build on Rebounding Economy

President Trump should be commended for his efforts in shepherding the first major overhaul of our tax system in over thirty years.

Fox Business: Bloomfield on President Trump and Davos

On Fox Business FBNam, ACCF President and CEO Mark Bloomfield weighs in on President Trump's trip to Davos, the message of "America is Open for Business" and what it means to be a Pro-Business Populist.

Stocks Weren’t Made for Social Climbing

Profits are the proper gauge of a company’s value to consumers—and to society.

In the Wake of Tax Reform, Is a Consumption Tax Down the Road?

  In the 1950s, the corporate tax rate was 52 percent. With the passage of tax...

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    To call U.S. power sector developments of the last couple weeks “interesting” would be an understatement. Two weeks ago, the Department of Energy issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) that aims effectively to bring back or keep online some of the less competitive coal and nuclear power plants. That proposed rule was followed this […]
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    The Regulatory Accountability Act incorporates many bipartisan solutions to problems that have plagued the expansion of the federal regulatory system. The ideas expressed in the bill are certainly worthy of continued analysis and discussion. Read more in the Bloomberg View column by Cass Sustein:   A Regulatory Reform Bill That Everyone Should Like Look! Bipartisanship […]
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