Jason Rotstein, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Jason Rotstein
by | Oct 31, 2013

Chairman of the Federal Reserve is arguably the most important unelected office in America. It wields enormous influence over the financial health of the nation, and indeed the world. So it is incumbent upon members of the Senate Banking Committee,…

by | Jul 9, 2013

When federal agencies issue more than 3,700 new rules a year with total compliance costs exceeding $1.8 trillion, the case for regulatory reform practically makes itself. But there is another argument for lightening the burdens: Regulations cause inflation. Here’s how….

by | Apr 26, 2013

Margaret Thatcher’s passing led many around the world to reflect on her legacy. In the United Kingdom, reactions ranged from fond remembrances by supporters to street protests by detractors. In America, Republicans have lionized her, highlighting her strong ideological bond…

by | Feb 28, 2013

President Obama brought the minimum wage debate back into the news in a big way in his State of the Union address, when he proposed raising it from $7.25 to $9.00 an hour. The president’s proposal is bound to face…

by | Aug 27, 2004

When I got the phone call saying that I was accepted into the National Journalism Center’s internship program for the summer, I bounded around my room, waving and pumping my fists, beating down some invisible opponent. The internship anxiety of…

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