Pete Sepp

Pete Sepp
Trump Administration Should Reject Foreign Prescription Drug Price Controls
By Pete Sepp
In responding to the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump has rightly focused on the tremendous innovative capacity of American businesses -- ...
August 20, 2020
Principled Infrastructure Reform Can Meet Economic Challenges
By Pete Sepp
We’ve been down this road before: Washington seems to agree broadly on legislation to revamp the nation’s infrastructure, only to ...
May 30, 2020
The Economic Futility of Allowing Logging in Tongass National Forest
By Pete Sepp
Thirty million dollars would make anyone sit up and pay attention, especially when the words following include “the government” and ...
March 21, 2020
Enough Already! Taxpayers Deserve Clarity from Washington on Contact Lens Choice
By Pete Sepp
The machinery of the American government tends to move at a moderate speed – and usually, that’s a good thing. ...
December 11, 2019
Command-and-Control Schemes Won’t Fix Prescription Drug Price Increases
By Pete Sepp
Although other types of health care costs are rising more quickly, prescription drugs are a visible target of concern for ...
June 26, 2019
The Pro-Taxpayer Plan for State Infrastructure
By Pete Sepp
There is little agreement between President Trump and Congressional Democrats, but a big price tag for an infrastructure plan is ...
May 24, 2019
TSA Fee Increase: A Flight From Fiscal Reality
By Pete Sepp
In this Congress, the partisan battles surrounding fiscal policy have been fought through a series of “cliffs,” “ceilings,” and other ...
December 04, 2013
Ex-Im Bank President's Hearing Means a Familiar Sound for Taxpayers
By Pete Sepp
Stop the money machine, we’d like to jump off please. That probably sums up what many taxpayers are hoping will ...
May 15, 2013
Time to Close the Ex-Im Bank's Account
By Pete Sepp
When they hear the words “U.S. Export-Import Bank,” many Americans might be led to believe this federal lending agency is ...
April 20, 2012
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