Can The U.S. Meet The Huawei Challenge?

Huawei: When Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday that China’s telecom giant Huawei threatens U.S. relations with Europe, it turned heads. Is this a serious fight against ... Continue Reading →

Over-Zealous Antitrust Enforcement Vs. National Interest: The Case Of Qualcomm And 5G

Our own government is, once again, undermining the nation’s economic and security interests by launching an unnecessary antitrust attack on a leading domestic company.  This ... Continue Reading →

Trump’s Justice Department Takes On Harvard’s Discrimination Against Asians | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

The U.S. Justice Department finally is confronting Harvard University and other elite colleges that blatantly discriminate against Asian-American applicants with a quota system. To ... Continue Reading →

Elizabeth Warren And The False Promise Of Universal Preschool — Mona Charen

Elizabeth Warren, one of the — what is it now, 211? — candidates for president, seems intent on proving that having been a Harvard law professor is no bar to fatuous policy prescriptions. She ... Continue Reading →

Bernie Sanders Adds To Already Crowded Left Field Of 2020 Candidates| Investor’s Business Daily

Election 2020: When Bernie Sanders announced on Tuesday that he was running for president, the only surprising thing was how much competition he’ll have on the far left. The ... Continue Reading →

The Right Way To Kill ObamaCare’s Individual Mandate | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

There are powerful reasons to kill ObamaCare’s individual mandate to buy health insurance. This regressive tax has fallen primarily on modest earners who face a choice of paying ... Continue Reading →

Quality Of Life: How About A Real ‘Green’ New Deal

Hidden in President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address last week — and practically uncommented upon — was the seed of a revolutionary political platform. X “An ... Continue Reading →

John Kenneth Galbraith’s ‘The Affluent Society’ Revisited: Robert Samuelson

I am rereading “The Affluent Society” with pleasure and profit. X Written by Harvard economist John Kenneth Galbraith and published in 1958, “The Affluent ... Continue Reading →

The Latest Tax Cut Lie: The Senate Bill Will Hurt The Poor | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Tax Reform: The Senate tax bill would reduce income taxes for people at every income level — even those who don’t pay taxes. That’s the official conclusion of the Joint ... Continue Reading →

Socialism Isn’t What It Used To Be: George Will

“From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs!” — Karl Marx X Norman Thomas was not easily discouraged. Running for president in 1932, three ... Continue Reading →