Jan 23, 2023
This writer's point isn’t that Soros should be prevented from participating in American politics or distributing charitable money. Far from it. There may be issues, such as criminal justice reform or freedom in China, where he’s advancing worthwhile goals.
Jan 10, 2023
"Stocks Log Worst Year Since 2008," was the year-end banner headline in the Wall Street Journal. It sounds like a bad-news headline, until one recalls what happened in 2009.
Dec 22, 2022
If Mike Bloomberg can be "destroyed" by some former Harvard law professor from Cambridge hurling false accusations of racism, sexism, and homophobia, what hope is there in politics for future public-spirited businessmen?
Dec 13, 2022
The decision by a senator from Arizona, Kyrsten Sinema, to leave the Democratic Party and register as an independent is the latest sign of weakness for the leader of the Senate Democrats, Charles Schumer.
Dec 6, 2022
Some Republicans seem eager to transform the GOP from a party representing the corporate class to a party fighting against it. Imagine what your retirement account could look like when investors realize that the Republican leadership sounds similar to Sens. Warren and Sanders.
Nov 28, 2022
If invaders ever approach the Vatican, the Pope would need a military defense. In that scenario, even the pontiff could find himself grateful that someone has stayed fully invested in the weapons business.
Nov 16, 2022
Partisanship aside, the nice thing about the New York story is that the Republican gains in New York resulted not from drawing districts designed to be safe for Republicans, but from districts designed to be competitive, where voters had an actual choice.
Nov 2, 2022
For all the talk of special Jewish genius or immigrant hustle, Israel's economic miracle was really an implementation of the economic policy playbook implemented by Reagan and Thatcher and even, in the case of welfare reform, as Netanyahu points out, Bill Clinton.