Violent crime is rising because of feckless and misguided leadership and legislation in America’s large cities and states.
America’s ports are extremely productive, with ILWU workers in California, Oregon and Washington breaking all-time records month after month during the pandemic.
What an appropriate front page article for Memorial Day weekend.
Stop-and-frisk was successful by any standard.
To ensure future readiness, policy solutions should increase visibility with the Strategic National Stockpile.
Individual investors in Exxon Mobil effectively have no say in the company’s governance thanks to this crazy proxy system.
The real reason for the Constitution State’s overflowing rainy-day fund is a 2017 bipartisan budget deal which happened when the state Senate was tied, and which included spending and volatility caps which are paying huge dividends today.
Supporting students’ mental health is foundational to supporting their academic success, as well as promoting their healthy development.
The cost, the crime and the constant feeling that there was a better way led to the move.
U.N. human-rights experts expressed concern that the National Security Law does not conform with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The less journalists actually know about the veracity of a story, the more defensible their legal position.
These ideas are a romantic path to socialism. All economic assets, like land, labor, capital, metals, water, etc., are scarce by definition. Who in this romantic world will decide what, how, to whom, and from whom to take what is being distributed?
While it is unfortunate that Mr. Reiners’ proposed ban mimics the Chinese approach, it is also technically impossible.
Where has crime exploded in the past 18 months? In 2020, homicides were up 74% in Seattle; 56% in Chicago; 45% in New York City, which also saw a 97% increase in shootings.
Rural America used wind before electricity was available. Most farms had a windmill.
“We shape our buildings and afterwards our buildings shape us.”
Expect opaque and unmeasurable admissions criteria to replace objective and rigorous standardized testing.
The magnitude and velocity of demand for “clean-energy” minerals to meet the administration’s aspirations will necessarily come from imports because new mines in America couldn’t possibly be opened fast enough—even if that were the plan.
Subsidies are always suspect, but when showered on industries that are thriving, they are beyond doubt inexcusable.
For the first four months of this year, the seasonally-adjusted consumer-price index is rising at an annualized rate of 6.2%. Without the seasonal adjustments, it is rising at 7.8%.