Meanwhile, in Canada…
Justin Trudeau went from a favored celebrity incumbent to fumbling laughingstock – eight months before Election Day. Canada had its longest political week in years.
Do Lower Interest Rates Actually Make Income Inequality Worse?
The left and center-left have relied on loose monetary policy for decades. A new paper says it shouldn’t be.
Further Thoughts on the Abortion Issue
When two principles of this much importance clash, the first instinct should be to preserve as much of both as possible. Sadly, that hasn’t been the case regarding abortion for nearly 50 years.
GOP Misinterpretation Leads to Misguided Outrage Against Northam
Is a sensitive issue being exploited?
Governor Northam Blows Up the Narrative With I-81 Upgrade Plan
As the General Assembly prepared to argue about tax itemization, tax refunds, and windfall spending (while finding ways to avoid…
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Begins … Without the United States
Our withdrawal from the TPP was a singular failure of America’s leadership – and President Trump is not solely to blame.
Why Jay Powell Should Stay Right Where He Is
President Trump is asking about getting the Chair of the Fed fired. It would be a serious blow to the Fed’s independence. Moreover, one the need to maintain sound money, Powell is right and Trump is wrong.
Trump Leaves Syria With Fight Against Daesh Unfinished and With Putin Ascendant
Donald Trump lost Syria — check that, he gave Syria away.
Why I Have Chosen the Democratic Party
After spending nearly 25 years in the GOP, why a Republican activist changed parties three years ago
The End of the Weekly Standard
After 23 years, its final issue is Monday