HQ2: Here’s Why Amazon Ditched New York

Business Un-Friendly: Amazon’s decision to pull the plug on the New York half of its “HQ2” shows just how inhospitable the state has become to businesses. Even a ... Continue Reading →

Social Security: Democrats Want To Hike Payroll Taxes By $1.5 Trillion

Amid all the hoopla about Democrats wanting to raise taxes on the rich, they are quietly working on a bill that would increase taxes on every working family in America. Why? To fund ... Continue Reading →

College Basketball Season Begins Under Odiferous Clouds | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Although it is plausible to suspect this, it is not true that the Credit Mobilier scandal of the late 1860-early 1870s (financial shenanigans by politicians and others surrounding ... Continue Reading →

Robert Mueller Scheduled For Democrats’ ‘Two Minutes Of Hate’

Robert Mueller: Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is winding down, the Justice Department says. It now appears likely, but not certain, that Mueller will close ... Continue Reading →

MIddle Class: There’s A Revival Going On Under Trump

Middle-Class Economics: USA Today ran a surprising story on Tuesday headlined “Can the middle-class revival under Trump last?” It’s surprising — shocking really ... Continue Reading →

Donald Trump Notches Another Win On Trade As China Slashes Tariffs | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Trade: President Trump’s much-derided Asian tour earlier in the month received widespread criticism in the mainstream media. What they won’t report is that, like it or ... Continue Reading →

U.S.-China Trade Deal: Not Much At Stake, Except The Global Economy

U.S.-China Trade: This week’s U.S.-China trade talks won’t likely result in a final resolution of all trade disputes between the two countries. Even so, President Trump ... Continue Reading →

Illinois Gov. Pritzker’s Rookie Mistake: Hiking Taxes On The Rich

Illinois: The state of Illinois has struggled for years with its finances. As with other troubled states, it boils down to a simple formula: Too much spending, especially on government ... Continue Reading →

Victor Davis Hanson: China Seeks Asian Dominance, Just As Japan Once Did | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

A few weeks ago, Chinese President Xi Jinping offered a Soviet-style five-year plan for China’s progress at the Communist Party congress in Beijing. Despite his talk of global ... Continue Reading →

International Trade And The Limits Of Power: George Will

Soon, in a federal court that few Americans know exists, there will come a ruling on a constitutional principle that today barely exists but that could, if the judicial branch will ... Continue Reading →
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