Conservatives Risk Underestimating Ocasio-Cortez And Elizabeth Warren

Yeah, OK, conservatives. Guffaw all you want at 29-year-old political rock star Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The young lady is a gaffe machine. X “Three chambers of ... Continue Reading →

House GOP Plan Would Cap Mortgage Interest Deduction | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

If you want to understand why the tax code is so hard to overhaul, consider the case of the mortgage interest deduction. The issue is so sensitive that the House and Senate are dealing ... Continue Reading →

Get Rid Of The Electoral College? It Would Lead To The Break-Up Of America, Or Worse

Electoral College: The first acts of a new Congress usually hold great significance. They set a tenor, a tone, for what is to come. If so, Americans should be very worried about the ... Continue Reading →

Let’s Repeal And Replace The Tax Code | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

The Republicans’ tax bill would somewhat improve the existing revenue system that once caused Mitch Daniels (former head of the Office of Management and Budget, former Indiana ... Continue Reading →

Today’s Germany Is The Best Germany The World Has Seen: George Will

BERLIN — In one of contemporary history’s intriguing caroms, European politics just now is a story of how one decision by a pastor’s dutiful daughter has made life miserable ... Continue Reading →

New Revelations Undercut The Jamal Khashoggi Hero Story: L. Brent Bozell

The gruesome murder of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi shredded the idea that Saudi Arabian royalty should be praised for reforming itself. Princes who chop political opponents ... Continue Reading →

Victor Davis Hanson: Remembering Stalingrad 75 Years Later | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Seventy-five years ago this month, the Soviet Red Army surrounded — and would soon destroy — a huge invading German army at Stalingrad on the Volga River. Nearly 300,000 of Germany’s ... Continue Reading →

FTC Displays Its Anti-Innovation Folly

Anchoring antitrust law in standard economic principles, as United States courts overwhelmingly did for the past four decades, largely prevented government officials from using antitrust ... Continue Reading →

Victor Davis Hanson: Remembering Stalingrad 75 Years Later | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Seventy-five years ago this month, the Soviet Red Army surrounded — and would soon destroy — a huge invading German army at Stalingrad on the Volga River. Nearly 300,000 of Germany’s ... Continue Reading →

In Illinois, A Sign Of Intelligent Life Among Democrats: George Will

If Republicans have a lick of sense, they are alarmed by a recent sign of intelligent life in the other party. The sign is the election by Democrats in the House of Representatives ... Continue Reading →
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