Willis Krumholz is a writer for The Federalist who lives in Minnesota. You can follow Willis on Twitter @WillKrumholz.
A better situation with North Korea could be another check on China and a crowning achievement of Joe Biden’s foreign policy.
The consequences of fatherlessness are devastating, especially for children, yet the government continues to disincentivize marriage in its welfare programs without recognizing the pitfalls.
One factor in a bunch of Americans opting for Donald Trump in 2016 was his promise not to start a new war in the Middle East — but the D.C. establishment secretly kept troops in Syria, and lied about it to the president.
This is an incredibly dangerous moment for the country and may be a pivotal point in the future of America’s democratic republic. Did we just cross the Rubicon?
No, Christians shouldn’t tie themselves to the GOP. But it’s farcical to equivocate the records of Republicans and Trump to the Democrats on abortion.
What makes Trump look worse before the election: trying to get a deal with no success, or pointing out that the other side doesn’t want a deal for political reasons and pulling out of talks?
China has tried to pull Europe away from America, but the strategy isn’t working. Turns out, Europeans have the same concerns as America over China’s behavior.
Not only is this the right decision on principle, since judicial nominations are the duty of the president, but it is also the right political move.
The Democratic Party long ago abandoned working-class blacks and whites in favor of identity politics, corporatism, and cultural leftism. It’s time for the GOP to step up by returning to its roots.
Congress has created a policy cocktail, authored by both Republicans and Democrats, that may keep our unemployment rate elevated throughout 2020.
Violence directed at cops is being ignored, and innocent victims aren’t having their stories told when it won’t fit the media’s narrative. It has to end.
Police have been shot, stabbed, run over, and hit with objects across the country since the death of George Floyd in the custody of Minneapolis Police. These injuries and deaths have been unreported by the national media.
A Democratic effort is underway in at least 16 states to overturn restrictions on mail-in balloting and third-party ballot harvesting.
Because of the coronavirus bailouts, the federal deficit is now expected to be $3.7 trillion for fiscal year 2020. This is a huge drag on Americans’ earnings and retirement security.
In the face of asymmetric intolerance, such as communist China’s bully tactics, corporations rationally take the path of least resistance and slide into corporate leftism.
Behind the scenes, congressional Democrats’ main priority is bringing back a big tax loophole for rich people in high-tax blue states: their donors.
What to do about the U.S. economy in the wake of the Wuhan virus? The answer requires a mix of both short-term suppression and then long-term mitigation.
The economic implications of the virus are most concerning of all, and require a level of seriousness from the White House that was missing for much of last week.
The Trump administration wants more funding for states’ child care welfare, but the program is prone to fraud, waste, and abuse, and it carries massive marriage penalties.
Treating child predation like a disease has put too much focus on rehabilitating criminals and too little focus on keeping children safe.
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