In Elizabeth Warren, Democrats Have Their Thatcher, If They Dare: George Will

Margaret Thatcher’s description of herself as a “conviction politician” alarmed some Britons but delighted others because her convictions were incompatible with ... Continue Reading →

In Illinois, A Looming Battle Over The Bankrupting ‘Blue Model’: George Will | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Not without thy wondrous story, Illinois, Illinois,Can be writ the nation’s glory, Illinois, Illinois.— official state song SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — This state’s story, ... Continue Reading →

The State Of The Union Had Been Canceled Long Before Pelosi Said SoThe Left Canceled The State Of The Union Long Ago

For once, I’m with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — and President Donald Trump, now that he has acceded to her request to postpone the State of the Union. X But I’ll ... Continue Reading →

The Anti-Innovation Peril Of Global Antitrust | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Antitrust regulators from around the world are frequent news items in the United States — almost never for a good reason. Attention has come as the Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC), ... Continue Reading →

Tales From The Cryptocurrencies: The Need For A Smart Regulatory Framework

Democracy and freedom is a two-edged sword. X Free from Old World constraints, entrepreneurs could flourish in young America’s egalitarian economic and political system. ... Continue Reading →

Maxine Waters’ Extreme Agenda: Betsy McCaughey

There’s trouble ahead for banks, Wall Street, and upscale suburbs. Not to mention President Trump. Elections have consequences. One of the biggest is that firebrand Congresswoman ... Continue Reading →

The Coming Tax-Cut Boom | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Economy: To hear some political pundits speak, you’d think that tax cuts now being proposed in both the House and the Senate will only benefit “the rich.” In fact, ... Continue Reading →

The Bolshevik Revolution: A Century Of Death And Destruction | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Until a century ago, Karl Marx was an unpracticed intellectual, a prolix babbler whose thoughts remained an ideal rather than a reality. Then came the Bolshevik Revolution. On Nov. ... Continue Reading →

A ‘Carbon Dividend’ For Global Warming?

On global climate change, I’ve changed my mind — just slightly. I’ve written about this issue for more than two decades, and my theme has been monotonously consistent. ... Continue Reading →

Trump Administration’s Shift In China Strategy Signals Hope For Deal

Last week’s stock market run that had all major indices ending higher for the year was a welcome respite from the volatility of the last few months of 2018. The optimistic swing ... Continue Reading →