Daniel Savickas

Daniel Savickas
Hill Antitrust Push Threatens Cybersecurity Improvements
By Daniel Savickas
Last month, Google announced a massive planned acquisition of the cybersecurity firm, Mandiant. The $5.4 billion purchase comes as part ...
April 26, 2022
Too Many Agency Surprises in Implementing No Surprises Act
By Daniel Savickas
Last week, Texas federal judge Jeremy Kernodle struck down part of a Biden administration rule on surprise medical billing. In ...
March 02, 2022
Pharmacy Reform Needed to Lower Prices for Patients
By Daniel Savickas
With revolutionary vaccines being developed in near record time, healthcare and the pharmaceutical industry have figured prominently in news coverage ...
February 12, 2022
Keeping the Filibuster Will Help Rein In Big Government
By Daniel Savickas
A new year is here and Congress will no doubt be in a hurry to pass pivotal legislation in the ...
January 06, 2022
Added IRS Funding Spells Bad News for Minority Communities
By Daniel Savickas
The Biden administration is scrambling to come up with ways to pay for its trillions of dollars of social program ...
November 28, 2021
Prescription Price Controls Harm Access to Life-Saving Medication
By Daniel Savickas
It is no secret that the costs of prescription drugs are very high in the United States. Studies from Harvard ...
November 19, 2021
The Democrats Desperate Attempt at a Wealth Tax
By Daniel Savickas
Negotiations in Washington continue on how to pare down the $3.5 trillion tax-and-spend reconciliation bill to a point where it’s ...
October 28, 2021
Congress Needs to Stop $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill
By Daniel Savickas
Looming in the shadows of the fight over the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill is the $1.2 trillion bipartisan ...
September 22, 2021
Government Intervention in Drug Pricing Is Bad News for Healthcare
By Daniel Savickas
While the COVID-19 vaccine may be the talk of the town in Washington – and available at no direct cost ...
September 13, 2021
June CBO Report Should Be a Wake-Up Call for Congress
By Daniel Savickas
It hardly seems noteworthy anymore that Congress is proposing trillions of dollars in spending. After a parade of trillion-dollar spending ...
July 23, 2021
Global Minimum Tax Means Maximum Economic Pain
By Daniel Savickas
Since the beginning of the new administration, President Biden has not missed an opportunity to tell global leaders that “America ...
June 25, 2021
Taxpayers Beware of Getting Run Over During Infrastructure Week
By Daniel Savickas
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has said emphatically that a “clear direction” on infrastructure needs to be in place by the ...
June 05, 2021
New Tax Increase Would Act as a Double Death Tax
By Daniel Savickas
Death has sadly been on the minds of many Americans this past year. Hundreds of thousands have been lost in ...
May 12, 2021
The PRO Act Puts Unions First and Workers Last
By Daniel Savickas
Unions have certainly been in the news this past year. They loomed large in discussions about the prudency of reopening ...
April 30, 2021
Electric Vehicle Subsidies’ Surprising Appearance in Infrastructure Bill
By Daniel Savickas
After passing a $1.9 trillion COVID relief package, Congress is far from being done spending money this year. Next on ...
April 09, 2021
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