The rumored release of Jonathan Pollard, a convicted Israeli spy, has far more to do with Hillary Clinton than the Knesset.
Economics reporters recently insisted a new study discourages reducing government debt. It does no such thing.
Paul Krugman calls for people to admit when their predictions don’t pan out. Everyone, that is, except him.
Is there any compelling reason why Marco Rubio shouldn’t be the Republican to take on Hillary Clinton in 2016?
New York City’s inflexible preschool program is angering families because it doesn’t meet their needs. But it does meet central planners’ desires.
In today’s Washington, the best we can hope for is incremental reform. That’s the best way of describing the Marco Rubio and Mike Lee tax plan.
If Obamacare fails, there will be immense political pressure on both sides. But don’t make the Democrats’ argument for them.
Understanding “unintended consequences” is a key characteristic of a good economist. Those who peddle minimum wage, do not.
Now it’s time for a look back at 2014 to see what policy is worth celebrating and what are reasons for despair.
The Wall Street Journal’s Bret Stephens’ new book, “America in Retreat”, cannot establish a coherent intellectual framework for U.S. foreign policy.
Bullying and hiding information decreases trust in government, and has many effects, including more parents hurting everyone by refusing vaccines.
Politics has a million problems. Too much debate isn’t one of them.
These two ‘nonpartisan’ bureaucracies strive to raise your taxes and expand entitlements. Time for Congress to fix a system rigged against our liberties.
A dark cloud looms behind the silver linings Obamacare’s remaining supporters continue to tout.
Remember: People pay every single penny of tax that politicians impose on corporations.
Wading into the tax fight between reform conservatives and supply-siders.
How non-Hispanic elites decided they were in charge of what ‘Latinos’ are called.
Peter Wehner believes that the movement towards pot legalization is a very bad idea. To prove his point he turns to “science” – by which he means “children.
North Carolina had one of the largest labor-market improvements in the country after ending extended unemployment benefits, and the same has happened nationwide.
Those who opposed the Iraq war should understand that telling people to shut up isn’t exactly conducive to a healthy debate.
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