Articles by Stephanie Slade
If there’s one thing both sides can agree on, it’s preserving the wasteful sugar subsidy.
There’s a difference between not paying for something and restricting access to it.
The car service is a cheap way to get to your destination, avoiding the delay-prone Metro system.
The new health law is making life harder on already insured Americans who are just trying to get by.
Who could have predicted that forcing insurers to provide coverage for people who are already sick would lead to rate hikes across the board?
Surely employers should have to help Americans exercise their faith, right?
When did standing on principle become a bad thing?
The real surprise for taxpayers will be a few years coming.
The president can't ensure that Obamacare won't affect those with existing health coverage.
The Republican Party needs to do a better job addressing the everyday concerns of Americans.