Brexit Vote Disaster: No Matter What Happens Politically, Britain Must Leave The EU

Brexit: Don’t be confused by Britain’s Brexit vote. The parliamentary loss by British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan is a defeat for her, not for Britain’s ... Continue Reading →

Sorry Folks, But Gridlock Is Good For The Economy

IBD/TIPP Poll: Americans now rank “gridlock” as their top concern when it comes to the economy. We are reluctant to disparage the wisdom of the masses, but in this case ... Continue Reading →

L. Brent Bozell: Trump-Hating Press Keeps Falling For Racial Hoaxes | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

The liberal narrative on President Donald Trump assumes his election is evidence that America is returning to its racist roots. In the angst-ridden aftermath, the media found vindication ... Continue Reading →

What The Decline Of Sears And GE Teaches Us About Capitalism: Robert Samuelson

General Electric and Sears have fallen on hard times, and that tells us a lot about U.S capitalism. Both were once great enterprises — symbols of American ingenuity and imagination. ... Continue Reading →

Republicans Should Not Abandon the Spending Caps | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Why would a Republican House, a Republican Senate and a Republican president repeal the best weapon against runaway federal spending in 30 years? That may happen later this year if ... Continue Reading →

It’s A Shutdown, Not Armageddon

Shutdown: The media and the left are playing up the economic damage from the shutdown. No doubt, there will be some disruption. But it won’t be economic armageddon, not by a ... Continue Reading →

A Crisis At The Border? The Numbers Say Yes

Illegal Immigration: Democrats and the mainstream press accuse President Donald Trump of manufacturing a crisis at the border. The numbers tell another story. X As soon as ... Continue Reading →

Germany’s Largest Opposition Party Is A Rorschach Test For The Nation’s Politics: George Will

Armin-Paulus Hampel, a former journalist and commentator who now is a member of the Bundestag, is ebullient, affable, opinionated, voluble and excellent company at lunch. But because ... Continue Reading →

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 →
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