Last year around this time I wrote an article entitled “The Horrors of a Noninflationary Thanksgiving.” In it I showed that consumers
Sometime in the coming week, President Biden will follow his predecessors in a ceremony that spares a life. But little notice will
Reprinted from the Independent Institute Feast and football. That’s what many of us think about at Thanksgiving. Most people identify the origin of
New orders for durable goods rose 1.0 percent in October, following a 0.3 percent gain in September. Total durable-goods orders are up
Sales of new single-family homes rose in October, increasing 7.5 percent to 632,000 at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate from a 588,000 pace
Initial claims for regular state unemployment insurance jumped by 17,000 for the week ending November 19th, coming in at 240,000. The previous
The final November results from the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers show overall consumer sentiment declined for the month, holding near
The Biden administration has launched a full-scale economic offensive against China. Although the US has the stronger, more-advanced economy, victory will come
News that The Walt Disney Corporation’s former CEO, Robert Iger, would return to the helm of the firm surprised Wall Street, Disney
Reprinted from the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal Many people believe that if a college or university is accredited, that’s the
In 1964, President Johnson declared an “unconditional war on poverty in America.” Two decades later, Ronald Reagan declared that poverty had won.
Jubilation erupted in Washington this summer as industrial policy came back into fashion. Congress passed Biden-backed legislation known as the CHIPS Act
Reprinted from RealClearMarkets Up front, the minimum wage should be less than zero. Some say it should be zero, but as Oklahoma State
Political pressure is mounting against Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to curb his inflation fight by limiting further interest rate hikes and
Legislators in the European Union, who have long been losing the game of innovation to the USA and China, claim to have
Reprinted from Law & Liberty Between scandals, impeachments, power-grabs, and disastrous foreign wars, America’s most recent presidents don’t hold up very well when compared to the American Founders.