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by | Apr 17, 2019

President Trump’s nomination of Stephen Moore and Herman Cain (full disclosure, both are friends and Moore an occasional professional colleague) to the board of governors of the Federal Reserve has become something of a cause célèbre in Washington. Moore’s and Cain’s attackers…

by | Jan 15, 2019

Hello, Tim Draper. Break California up into three States? High time! What might be the larger implications of tugging on a loose thread of the sweater that is the Megastates that dominate the world? They weave a garment that has…

by | Jun 20, 2018

Hello, Tim Draper. Break California up into three States? High time! What might be the larger implications of tugging on a loose thread of the sweater that is the Megastates that dominate the world? They weave a garment that has…

by | Aug 25, 2017

Earlier this week, I spoke to a local Republican women’s group, and one topic of conversation which came up is something often discussed in this space; namely, the Left’s tone-deaf insistence on cultural aggression as a form of power politics….

by | Feb 7, 2017

The elite media is currently awash with fascinated hogwash about Steve Bannon, President Trump’s White House strategist. Time magazine devotes its current cover to an intentionally unflattering cover photo of and snarky cover headline about him. Time is joining the…

by | Sep 26, 2016

Hillary Clinton is not a communist. That said, she is certainly running to the left. What’s left? That’s actually an interesting question. People throw around the terms “left” and “right” with an instinctive, imprecise, sense of their meanings. It’s good…

by | Apr 21, 2016

An unexpected free-market triumph for wind and solar energy entrepreneurs. Read Part II here.   This Earth Day is different. Something BIG is changing fast… and not just the climate. To everyone’s surprise, the war on climate change just morphed…

by | Dec 16, 2015

Editor’s Note: An ambitious but largely aspirational agreement comes to us, out of Paris, leaving wide open the question: how, exactly, should carbon reduction be accomplished, and how should that be financed? Fortunately, a new, intriguing supply-side answer to both…

by | Nov 19, 2015

Secretary of State John Kerry backtracked from his remarks to U.S. Embassy in Paris that there was “a legitimacy” or “rationale” to January’s terrorist attacks against Charlie Hebdo.: Now, let me make my point as clearly as I can:  There are…

by | Nov 12, 2015

Paul Ryan’s tenure as Speaker has so far shown a remarkable discipline and ability to handle tough issues without losing the consensus of the House. With the looming threat of a government shutdown about to make Ryan’s job substantially more…

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