Ivanka Trump’s foray into the world of fashion is officially coming to a close. The oldest daughter of the president stated, “After 17 months in Washington, I do not know when or if I will ever return to the business,…

Spend some time on Twitter if your diet is low on liberal tears. They’re absolutely fortifying and guaranteed to confer long life and happiness. What’s causing the Democrats to cry today? Let’s create a list. First, it must be noted…

Nothing offends the sensibilities of the New York Times more than the idea of someone getting rich. As such, we see a continuing stream of stories like this one about Silicon Valley founders that, in the Times’s prim and stuffy language,…

Throughout the first quarter of 2017, bureaucrats in Washington, DC issued fewer new regulations on how banks and financial institutions must do business, according to a quarterly analysis of the effects of federal government rulemaking published by Continuity, a business…

According to a Rasmussen telephone survey this week, only 29 percent of respondents believe that most recent college graduates have the skill to successfully enter the work place. We’re entitled to wonder that it’s this high, considering the endless news…

Police officers dragged a doctor off a plane because United overbooked a flight and needed to get a flight crew to another city. No one wanted to give up their seats, even for $800, so United just grabbed a random…

Among the many questions that marked the 2016 election and its result, perhaps the one that dominated was how the U.S. government can best help American consumers, manufacturers, and workers. Merely to ask this question is to invite the artfully…

My purpose here is very narrow. In 2005, when Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was in private legal practice, he co-authored a paper published by the Washington Legal Foundation. (It is an organization, for whom I, too, have written.) This…

The disciplines we call the “hard sciences” such as chemistry and physics inhabit the cold, sterile world of laboratories, uncontaminated by a boundless assortment of potential impurities. Today, economics pretends to be one of the hard sciences, yet the laboratories…

It’s Halloween season, which means it’s that time every year when the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) tries to spook consumers out of wearing costume or decorative contact lenses. According to the FTC’s annual guidance, noncorrective cosmetic lenses can be pretty…

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