Willis L. Krumholz
Willis L. Krumholz
Willis Krumholz
Willis L. Krumholz is a fellow at Defense Priorities. He holds a JD and MBA degree from the University of St. Thomas, and works in the financial services industry. The views expressed are those of the author only.
Why Talking To Russia Is Good For America

The current U.S. policy toward Russia is counterproductive and hurts our national security.

Why Trump Is Making A Huge Mistake Keeping The Federal Reserve Status Quo

Senate conservatives need to be tough on Jerome Powell. Bad policy choices at the Federal Reserve that he supports have been toxic for the blue-collar American worker.

Neocons’ Siren Song Has Divorced Republicans From Their Voters

You may have never heard of Robert Kagan or Max Boot, but they are hugely influential to the people you vote for.

Why The Russia On Facebook Narrative Is Overblown

When do the people peddling conspiracies about Donald Trump and Russia lose all credibility?

Why The Russia Story Says More About The Deep State Than It Does About Trump

The great risk is that intelligence bureaucracies become a government unto themselves, wholly unaccountable to elected officials. It’s already happening.

We Still Have Zero Evidence That Trump Colluded With Russia

Russia always interferes in American elections, but the degree to which they did is important, and up for debate.

It’s Good For America, Not Russia, To Stop The CIA From Funding Syrian Jihadists

The idea that Russia orchestrated the Trump administration’s decision to end the CIA’s funding of jihadists is totally corrupt and offensive.

To Really Fix Health Care, Republicans Must Get At What Spurred Obamacare

The Ryan Plan is dead. It’s time to figure out how conservatives can actually fix our health care woes, and not just put another Band-Aid on the problem.

The Media Missed Donald Trump’s Point About U.S. Debt

Donald Trump is right that our debt problems could sink us. He’s wrong to then advocate more government spending.

Why Trump’s Government Spending Will Destroy The Economy

Many GOP voters think they’re getting something new in Donald Trump. Actually, they are opting for Bushonomics and Obamanomics on steroids.

Why Guttmacher’s Absent Unintended Pregnancy Data Point Matters

Planned Parenthood’s Guttmacher Institute has finally responded to queries about how it’s altered its unintended pregnancies reporting.

Guttmacher Erases Data To Protect Planned Parenthood, IUDs

Planned Parenthood’s research arm is hiding data to bolster claims that Planned Parenthood and IUDs are reducing unintended births among poor women.

Yes, Planned Parenthood Targets And Hurts Poor Black Women

Rep. Gwen Moore uses the abortion industry’s bad statistics in an attempt to absolve Planned Parenthood of its crimes against poor, black women.

Blame The Next Economic Crisis On The Fed

Blame slow economic growth, abysmal wage growth, low inflation, inequality, and the next economic crisis on the Federal Reserve.

Planned Parenthood’s Big Bad Business Model

Planned Parenthood’s business model requires it to push abortion on its poorest customers. Republicans in Congress owe it to women to direct Title X family planning funding elsewhere.

China’s Coming Great Depression

China is steering down the same course that took the United States into its Great Depression.

Democrats’ Birth Control Deception

Senate Democrats’ proposal to counter the Republican over-the-counter birth-control bill is a façade. They’re still protecting Planned Parenthood at the expense of poor women.

The Real Reason Planned Parenthood Trashes OTC Birth Control

Planned Parenthood’s business model depends on keeping poor and minority women away from cheap birth control, which means more and higher abortion revenue.

Rand Paul Is Right—Give The Kurds A State

The Kurds are ready to be the peaceful, Muslim democracy the Middle East needs.

Why The Twenty-First Will Not Be The Chinese Century

Chinese fiscal policy is fueling unstoppable debt accumulation and asset bubbles. If Americans sidestep their path, the twenty-first century can be ours.