Washington never learns. Never. Politicians are like collective Alzheimer’s disease patients. They have no short-term memories. Does anyone remember 2008? It was only 14 years ago. Then, America suffered through one of the most significant and most painful financial crises in our nation’s history — and the worst losses sinceRead More
Washington never learns. Never. Politicians are like collective Alzheimer’s disease patients. They have no short-term memories. Does anyone remember 2008? It was only 14 years ago. Then, America suffered through one of
Last week, the Director of National Intelligence, the data-gathering and data-concealing arm of the American intelligence community masquerading as the head of it, revealed that in 2021, the FBI engaged in 3.4
Government intervention into the day-to-day lives of American citizens has reached new heights in recent years, corresponding to a monumental increase in the power of the executive branch. Our country draws its
Does anyone truly believe that our government — which consistently creates monopoly privileges for companies with its own cronyism — can be trusted to ensure that private markets remain competitive? Apparently so.
The Washington D.C. wheeler-dealers are making patsies out of the rest of us. Members of Congress get million-dollar-plus expense accounts, lifetime pensions and lavish perks, but for the greedy, that’s not enough.
Milton Friedman used to quip that, in Washington, if a government program is working, Congress says we need to spend more money on it. And if a government program is failing, Congress
The infrastructure bill the Senate passed on Tuesday discriminates against whites at every turn. Americans are enthusiastic about spending money on infrastructure — bridges, roads, broadband and green technologies. But this racist
We’re living in truly extraordinary times—and no, I’m not talking about Netflix’s Tiger King documentary. I’m referring to the unprecedented actions taken by the Federal Reserve and national government to deal with