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Traders in Our Midst
by | Dec 11, 2021

Last week marked the 20th anniversary of the bankruptcy of Enron, which at the time was the largest chapter 11 filing in U.S. history and one with economic, financial, law enforcement, and public policy ramifications still felt to this day….

by | Nov 21, 2021

Less than 24 hours after the Congressional Budget Office announced that the “Build Back Better” (BBB) bill will increase the federal deficit by $367 billion, House Democrats passed the $1.75 trillion legislation with no GOP votes. This bill, essentially a…

by | Oct 9, 2021

El Monte, CA Since my first investigative piece on China’s commercial and intelligence operations in March 1995[1], I had published a half-dozen magazine-length articles in The American Spectator that exposed China’s U.S. networks. Some of these involved Chinese intelligence operations…

by | Sep 17, 2021

In a just world, if the reporting of Bob Woodward and Robert Costa in their new book Peril is accurate, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley would be sharpening his ceremonial sword and planning seppuku….

by | Jan 29, 2021

GameStop, the video-game store that every mother of preteens knows like Target, has been struggling in the increasingly digitized world. Enter Reddit. A forum on their chatroom platform decided that GameStop was being driven into the ground unfairly and that…

by | Jan 5, 2021

In their unending efforts to swell the coffers and powers of government, statists continually bleat about tax “fairness,” by which they mean that they intend to begin by increasing taxes on anyone and everyone who is better off financially than…

by | Jan 4, 2021

NEW YORK — Georgia Republicans reportedly are less than gung-ho about wading through molten glass to reach the polls on Tuesday. They all know that control of the U.S. Senate and, potentially, all of Washington, D.C. rides on the re-election…

by | Nov 14, 2019

This week the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) held its annual meeting in Baltimore. The bishops gathered at the four-star Marriott near the city’s inner harbor, a mark of the event’s spiritual unseriousness. The bishops could save the…

by | Aug 29, 2019

Donald Trump continues to pressure the Federal Reserve. He’s not the only one. “The Federal Reserve loves watching our manufacturers struggle with their exports to the benefit of other parts of the world,” he tweeted this week. “Has anyone looked…

by | Jul 11, 2019

It has always puzzled me that anyone would believe that protecting the U.S. market with tariffs is a good idea. Yes, U.S. consumers might increase their demand for domestic goods because duties on imported foreign goods make them relatively more…

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