Religious Freedom: The Supreme Court Can Undo Confusion With Its Ruling On This WWI Memorial: George Will

For decades the Supreme Court has entangled itself in Establishment Clause decisions that have been, in the words of Alice in Wonderland, curiouser and curiouser. On Wednesday, it ... 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 →

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 →