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When he testified before Congress last week, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell made an interesting comment: "We don't have any basis or any evidence... [Read More]
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Awaiting the start of an economics class during my freshman year in college, I often found the notes left on the chalkboard from a preceding... [Read More]
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Wow. Appalling. Absolutely appalling. In the middle of a series of flat-out racist statements by "The Squad" — four freshman progressives who spew racist and... [Read More]
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That former California Attorney General Kamala Harris is surging in the Democratic presidential polls tells us one not very surprising thing: Democrats are situational when it... [Read More]
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It's increasingly obvious that the Democratic Party is moribund and that its members know it. In a desperate attempt to survive, they have declared war... [Read More]
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Washington I preside from time to time over a supper club called the Saturday Evening Club. It meets in Washington and occasionally in New York. We try... [Read More]
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An alarming trend circulated Twitter last week: people are licking unpurchased products and returning them to the shelves. A tweet with over 13 million views... [Read More]
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Amy McGrath announced last Tuesday that she is running to become the next U.S. Senator of Kentucky. As a Democrat, McGrath has a real challenge... [Read More]
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In a recent speech at the first annual National Conservatism Conference, internet pioneer Peter Thiel said he worries about possible high-level infiltration of companies like Google by... [Read More]
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A billionaire businessman and political outsider ran for president against the establishments of both parties. He promised to bring jobs back to the United States,... [Read More]
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I'll admit something I shouldn't have to, as regular readers of this space already know it, but I'm sometimes a little slow to catch on... [Read More]
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Roger Federer on serve. One point to close and he wins the match. It is hardly any point, and it is scarcely any match, but Federer... [Read More]
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On June 23, The American Spectator's senior editor George Neumayr was told that he was banned from the Basilica of the National Shrine of the... [Read More]
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Nancy Pelosi is obviously having difficulty controlling the increasingly acrimonious infighting between factions of the House Democratic caucus. Most observers assume that the primary cause... [Read More]
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A new book by Politico's Tim Alberta — American Carnage — depicts former Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan, now out of office, snarking as follows about President... [Read More]
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The strains of almost eighteen years of continuous war, Obama's massive budget cuts, and a tide of damaging politics have eroded critical parts of our... [Read More]
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In "The Princess and the Pea," an old queen proves that a midnight traveler is a true princess by hiding a pea under an almost... [Read More]
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Why does California suffer such a scourge of homelessness and poverty? Why do Californians allow it to go on? Where is the outrage that their... [Read More]
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Greatness casts a long shadow. For, even after death, the eminent live on in the legacy they forge. So it is with Antonin Scalia. Scalia... [Read More]
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Washington Alex Acosta resigned as labor secretary Friday morning. It was inevitable once he became the target of all virtuous people in Washington for negotiating... [Read More]
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