Whose Rights Matter More Before The Supreme Court: A Man’s, Or A Frog’s?

Property Rights: Suppose for a moment you owned 1,500 acres of land that your family had owned and worked for generations. Then, out of nowhere, the federal government said you could ... Continue Reading →

A Blow For Climate Sanity: Trump Gets Rid Of Obama’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Climate: The Environmental Protection Agency says it will repeal President Obama’s Clean Power Plan. Just plain get rid of it. To which we say, heck, what took you so long? The ... Continue Reading →

Let ‘Em Merge! Why Regulators Should Approve T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

Federal regulators approved a merger between AT&T and Time Warner earlier this year, a deal that will benefit the industry and its customers. On deck for major telecommunication ... Continue Reading →

Dems Spend Millions To Mislead Voters About Pre-existing Conditions

Health Reform: Democrats want health care to be a major deciding issue in the midterm elections and are spending a fortune running campaign ads. Too bad most of the ads make the ... Continue Reading →

Democratic And Republican Extremists Seem Determined To Lose The Next Elections | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Almost no one disagrees that our two major political parties, the oldest and third-oldest in the world, have become increasingly extreme and estranged over the past decade. It’s ... Continue Reading →

Who Gains From Tax Reform 2.0? Middle-Class And Low-Income Workers

Tax Reform 2.0: There’s little question among serious economic thinkers that the tax cuts that went into effect this year have given the economy a major boost. Despite what ... Continue Reading →

Why Are Mainstream Charities Funding The Anti-Trump ‘Resistance’? | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Uncharitable Rage: Among the more volatile, extreme and dangerous political movements to arise within a major American political party in recent U.S. history is the so-called “resistance” ... Continue Reading →

Will America’s Refusal To Curb Spending And Debt Cause Next Meltdown?

Budget Malfeasance: Two recent stories caught our eye. One noted that, even after President Trump’s tax cuts, Americans spent more on taxes than they did on food and clothing. ... Continue Reading →

The Kavanaugh Circus Shows That All Politics Are Now Sexual

“And I just want to say to the men in this country, just shut up and step up. Do the right thing — for a change.” X Thus spake Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, last ... Continue Reading →

Trump Not Letting Media Turn Puerto Rico Into His ‘Katrina’: Larry Elder | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

President Donald Trump punched back hard against the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, who accused him of insufficient concern about her island. In doing so, Trump shows that he learned ... Continue Reading →