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Floating Exchange Rates Add to Economic Uncertainty
Instability brings problems for the U.S. and Europe—and serious crises to the developing nations.
A Recession by Any Other Name
An economic downturn is a political problem, so the White House is playing semantics by redefining the term.
The U.S. Is Serving Up Pork to Semiconductor Manufacturers
Biden and the Destruction of Wisdom
The Biden regime is decoupled from both the past and reality, and quite capable of destroying Americans’ lives as they have known them.
Build Back Better is Better off Dead
Biden and Oil: Destroy America in Order to Save It
Our current oil shortage did not arise from a foreign war or tsunami, but from a deliberate policy to curtail oil production to force a more rapid transition to battery-powered transportation.
Economists Should Know Better than to Support Big Government Democratic Policies
San Francisco Boots Boudin
The recall of San Francisco’s pro-crime district attorney could be a promising sign for November.
The Cultural Pessimism of 1619
The 1619 Project distorts the scholarship on slavery, finance, and U.S. economic history.
Congress Must End the Federal Mask Mandate Once and for All






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