Stephen Moore

Stephen Moore

Stephen Moore is a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation and an economist with FreedomWorks. His latest book is Govzilla: How the Relentless Growth of Government is Devouring our Economy.


Stop Scaring Our Kids to Death

As nearly every standardized test is showing, our schools are doing an abysmal job teaching kids how to read or do math. In some cases, kids graduating from high school can barely read their diplomas. But the schools are wildly succeeding with ...


Who Turned the Lights Out? Joe Biden

Does the radical climate change agenda know no end? Earlier this year, it was gas stoves -- and then lightbulbs. Then, a few weeks ago, President Joe Biden's administration announced much less gas cars after 2032. Even though about half of ...

Economic Crisis

Real Patriots Cut Taxes, Not Raise Them

On Tax Day this year, about a dozen left-wing millionaires joined with some of the most liberal Democrats in Congress for a Washington, D.C., press conference. The luminaries included Abigail Disney, Walt Disney's granddaughter, and former BlackRock ...

Chicago, Illinois

Home Front

The Left Has Killed Our Great Cities

Mark down Tuesday, April 4, as the night Chicago died. That's when we learned that Second City voters narrowly elected Brandon Johnson as their next mayor. This is a city that was flattened during the reign of Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who lost in the ...


Hey, Uncle Sam: Stop Paying People for Not Working

A policy question these days that has befuddled federal lawmakers is why so many millions of people have not returned to the workplace in the post-COVID-19 era. The labor force participation rate among employable adults is near a record low today. ...


Honey, Joe Biden Just Shrunk Our Pension

President Joe Biden recently issued his first veto since taking office on Jan. 20, 2021. Biden rejected a bipartisan bill that would have required investment fund managers to take politics out of their investment decisions and to stay focused on ...

Home Front

Michigan Is Headed Back to Rust Belt Poverty

Since the early days of Henry Ford, Michigan was the proud symbol of America's industrial might. But then, starting in the 1970s, things went south -- in part because of the might of the unions that ran the state's political machine. That's when ...

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