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Oct 14, 2018

Think You're Smarter Than Your Boss?
Management is a thankless task, and it can't be taught. Few people can do it well.
Oct 14, 2018

I Failed the Bar, So I Became a Lawyer
On the importance of figuring out what not to do with your life.
Oct 14, 2018

Why Kill Jamal Khashoggi?
The most charitable interpretation is that this was an abduction that went horribly wrong.
Oct 14, 2018

Who's Attacking Political Norms Now?
Democrats target the ‘legitimacy' of the Supreme Court.
Oct 14, 2018

Jack Dorsey's Homeless Mugging
The Twitter CEO makes sense on taxes, gets pounded by the left.
Oct 14, 2018

Cuba Holds the Keys to Venezuela
A political prisoner is killed Castro-style in Caracas by state intelligence agents.
Oct 14, 2018

An Asian-American Dissident at Harvard
Of course I'm grateful to have been admitted despite my background. But why shouldn't I be critical?
Oct 14, 2018

Technology for Older People Doesn't Have to Be Ugly
‘Big, beige and boring' is out. A new emphasis on aesthetics is in, and it could transform elder tech.
Oct 14, 2018

Tariffs Are Like a Knife in a Gunfight
The laws that let Trump impose duties unilaterally were made for an era when the U.S. dominated trade.
Oct 12, 2018

When the Fever Passes, Learn From Trump's Taxes
The tax code isn't just the rates but the loopholes and gray areas.
Oct 12, 2018

A Royal Saudi Mess
The disappearance of a journalist could mean a crisis in U.S.-Saudi ties.
Oct 12, 2018

How Sears Lost Its Mojo
No amount of financial wizardry can make up for lost customers.
Oct 12, 2018

Freedom for an American Hostage
Trump used his leverage to bring pastor Andrew Brunson home.
Oct 12, 2018

Revolt of the Tipped Masses
D.C. restaurant workers educate the City Council on economics.
Oct 12, 2018

The Scourge of 'Diversity'
A onetime liberal, Heather Mac Donald now believes identity politics threatens higher education and civilization itself.
Oct 12, 2018

Is 'First, Kill All the Lawyers' the Democrats' New Credo?
Their cries that the Supreme Court has been ‘corrupted' evoke the rhetoric of totalitarians.
Oct 12, 2018

Marsha Blackburn's Tennessee Turnaround
The Democrats' treatment of Kavanaugh may end up saving Corker's Senate seat for the Republicans.
Oct 12, 2018

What if Obama Voters Remember How Lousy the Obama Era Was?
The left worries that young people and minorities don't hate Trump enough.
Oct 12, 2018

Who Is Michael Sussmann?
The FBI's general counsel met with a Clinton lawyer in September 2016.
Oct 11, 2018

Italy Issues a Euro Dare to Germany
Rome would be foolish to leave the currency, but it could accidentally goad Berlin to push it out.
Oct 11, 2018

Scott Walker's Education Dividend
A new study shows the 2011 reforms led to better math scores.
Oct 11, 2018

Judges on the Ballot
McConnell locks in a deal to confirm 15 more federal judges.
Oct 11, 2018

The Price of BernieCare
Democrats object that Republicans are telling voters the truth about single payer.
Oct 11, 2018

Voices of Reason---and Unreason
Susan Collins put on a clinic in thoroughness and justice. Democrats need to stand up to the screamers.
Oct 11, 2018

Who Is Michael Sussman?
The FBI's general counsel met with a Clinton lawyer in September 2016.
Oct 11, 2018

Defining Defense Down
Across the spectrum of military technologies, the U.S. is losing its edge as competitors gain ground.
Oct 11, 2018

Is a War Memorial's Cross Illegal?
Three federal judges decide a century-old monument violates the Constitution.
Oct 11, 2018

Is There a Doctorate in the House?
Save the honorific for physicians, dentists and veterinarians.
Oct 11, 2018

First, Do No Harm (to ObamaCare)
Senate Democrats vote to take away insurance from people with pre-existing conditions.
Oct 11, 2018

A Leftist Mob 'Polices' Portland
The real cops hold back for fear of changing ‘the demeanor of the crowd for the worse.'
Oct 11, 2018

A 'Hero's Journey' and the U.S. Economy
Kanye West and the world's investors size up the Trump presidency.
Oct 10, 2018

Democrats Sing, the ABA Dances
Will the lawyers' guild try to delegitimize the new Court Justice?
Oct 10, 2018

'That's What You Want to Hear'
At least Trump is honest about his lousy new gift to ethanol.
Oct 10, 2018

Ben Bernanke's End Game
As ‘financial repression' ends, risk assets are likely to get riskier.
Oct 10, 2018

'You Cannot Be Civil'
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree on the current state of the Democratic party.
Oct 10, 2018

Next Month the People Vote on Kavanaugh
GOP candidates must be ready to repudiate Democratic talking points on the trail.
Oct 10, 2018

Watch Your Kids, Not Your Phone
They'll never grow up again, so don't let yourself be distracted.
Oct 10, 2018

Government Can't Rescue the Poor
Federal programs have reduced material poverty at the cost of promoting idleness and dependency.
Oct 10, 2018

Open the Door to Venezuelan Migrants
The Western Hemisphere should share responsibility for casualties of the socialist dictatorship.
Oct 10, 2018

Is Trump Making Democrats Regret Their Bernie Sanders Crush?
Few voters want to destroy Medicare and private health insurance.
Oct 09, 2018

The Menendez Method
The Senator who abused his power is now distorting his opponent's record.
Oct 09, 2018

Ending the Nominations Blockade
Keep Democrats in D.C. until every pending nominee is confirmed.
Oct 09, 2018

Nikki Haley's Example
The Ambassador got along with Trump even when she disagreed.
Oct 09, 2018

China Grows More Repressive
America long hoped trade and engagement would encourage Beijing to open up. It hasn't happened.
Oct 09, 2018

U.N. Ignores Economics Of Climate
New Nobel laureate William Nordhaus says the costs of proposed CO2 cuts aren't worth it.
Oct 09, 2018

Justin Trudeau's Canada Turns Right
Conservatives win in Ontario and Quebec and may soon lead as many as six of 10 provinces.
Oct 09, 2018

Democrats Rage Against the Judiciary
Their campaign against Kavanaugh failed, so they resort to smearing the Supreme Court itself.
Oct 09, 2018

America's Economy Isn't Overheating
It's still recovering. The labor market has more room to expand before achieving full employment.
Oct 09, 2018

America Has Too Much Law
Democracy can also die in brightly lit courtrooms.
Oct 09, 2018

On Climate, Listen to the Nobel
And not the media's hysterical and confused response to the latest IPCC report.
Oct 09, 2018

Democrats, Don't Succumb to Retribution
The deepening rift between America's two parties will heal only if one takes the lead.
Oct 09, 2018

Hey, Little Spenders
Outside of Washington, a few politicians manage to restrain government budgets.
Oct 08, 2018

Democrats, Try Some Self-Restraint
Will they keep pandering to their angry, radical base, or try to win over marginal Trump voters?
Oct 08, 2018

A Nobel Economics Prize for the Long Run
Americans Paul Romer and William Nordhaus study growth and how to sustain it.
Oct 08, 2018

What's the Matter With North Dakota?
Think the Senate is too Republican? You can always move.
Oct 08, 2018

Brazilian Swamp Drainer
A conservative populist charges ahead in the presidential race.
Oct 08, 2018

North Korea's Baby Steps
Kim still hasn't turned over a list of his nuclear facilities.
Oct 08, 2018

California Breaks the Internet
Sacramento wants to regulate the web nationwide.
Oct 08, 2018

Japan's Tsunami Recovery Holds Lessons for the World
It's the largest engineering project ever undertaken, budgeted at $315 billion over 10 years.
Oct 08, 2018

Mike Pence Announces Cold War II
The administration is orchestrating a far-reaching campaign against China.
Oct 08, 2018

Oscar Wilde's Catholicism
The church has always been a place where sinners are welcomed and offered refuge.
Oct 08, 2018

Columbus, Churchill and Melania
The left's endless media assaults on Western Civilization—and Trump.
Oct 08, 2018

Antifa Appropriates a Creepy Mascot
Keep your Marxist hands off Gritty. He belongs to Philly.
Oct 08, 2018

George Soros's March on Washington
Saturday's protests and unlawful disruptions were brought to us by a well-funded network.
Oct 08, 2018

Europe to Terrorists: It's No More Monsieur Nice Guy
Long seen as weak, the continent in recent years has hardened its defenses against jihadists.
Oct 08, 2018

Lessons From an '80s Trade War
Good riddance to low-margin businesses. The U.S. invests up the margin chain.
Oct 08, 2018

Notable &Quotable: Advice for Justice Kagan
‘Kagan's argument is that it should always be conservative jurists who go towards Kagan's wing of the court, and not the other direction.'
Oct 08, 2018

Jamal Khashoggi's Fate
A Saudi journalist is said to have died in his country's consulate.
Oct 08, 2018

Why Central America Stays Poor
Environmental activists succeed in closing a silver mine despite no violations.
Oct 08, 2018

To Bring Back U.S. Manufacturing, Get the World to Dump the Dollar
America's role as provider of the international reserve currency has driven up the price of American goods.
Oct 08, 2018

The Next Kavanaugh Stakes
Lessons from the confirmation fight as Election Day nears.
Oct 08, 2018

The Political Distortion of Language
The left turns a headline about the Constitution into a ‘rape joke.'
Oct 05, 2018

The Last Temptation of Elon Musk
He could have built an electric-car business that wasn't based on green hot air.
Oct 05, 2018

Suffer the Little Children
Philadelphia sacrifices Catholic foster services to identity politics.
Oct 05, 2018

Trump Courts Disaster With Iran
The administration's strategy alienates Europe and risks war in the Mideast.
Oct 05, 2018

When Carter Page Met Stefan Halper
A timeline that contradicts claims by Justice and the FBI.
Oct 05, 2018

Remember the Pueblo, Mr. President
More than 50 years later, North Korea should return the ship.
Oct 05, 2018

Rough Social Justice at Evergreen State
The Washington college's enrollment plummets as even the left sours on protest-mob politics.
Oct 05, 2018

Facebook Tips the Scales in Ireland's Abortion Referendum
The social-media giant deals a last-minute blow to the campaign against repealing restrictions.
Oct 05, 2018

Europe Is Feeling Trumped
No U.S. president has been as loathed. But the Continent knows it still needs America.
Oct 05, 2018

Bacon, Doughnuts Pose New Health Risks for Alaska's Bears
NBC News and the Associated Press are all over it.
Oct 05, 2018

Before Meeting Kim, Trump Had to Repudiate the Iran Deal
Otherwise North Korea could have demanded the same lenient terms, and negotiations would fail.
Oct 05, 2018

A Right To Try Arrives
Congress resolves its differences on access to experimental drugs.
Oct 05, 2018

Dogs Bite Men and Trumps Duck Taxes
Nobody hands over 55% of his life's work to the IRS. The real revelation is dad's role in the Trump myth.
Oct 05, 2018

Good News Is Bad News?
Faster growth keeps producing jobs even with a low 3.7% unemployment rate.
Oct 05, 2018

Susan Collins Consents
The Maine Republican restores reason to the Kavanaugh confirmation.
Oct 05, 2018

Kavanaugh May Be the Democrats' Waterloo
The Supreme Court has always been political, but this time the demagoguery got way out of hand.
Oct 05, 2018

Iraq Gets a Government---and It Was Worth the Wait
The May election seemed to turn out badly—but the new government is as good as it could have been.
Oct 05, 2018

Connecticut Voters Wonder Who'll Stop the Rain
GOP nominee for governor Bob Stefanowski thinks he can get the economy back on dry land.
Oct 05, 2018

Democrats Have Another Problem in New Jersey
It's not just that their senior senator was indicted.
Oct 05, 2018

John Paul Schumer
The former Justice plays last-minute confirmation politics.
Oct 05, 2018

How It Feels To Be Falsely Accused
My high-profile clients know the painful personal costs of defamation.
Oct 05, 2018

I Am an Independent, Impartial Judge
Yes, I was emotional last Thursday. I hope everyone can understand I was there as a son, husband and dad.
Oct 05, 2018

Kavanaugh: An Easy Vote
A ‘no' would alienate Republican voters and invite the smearing of future nominees.
Oct 05, 2018

Kavanaugh and the Senate's Honor
The judge is a distinguished nominee. The charges against him are uncorroborated.
Oct 05, 2018

Cyber Criminals in the Kremlin
Putin's spies are exposed in cases around the world.
Oct 05, 2018

Gita Gopinath and India's Brain Drain
High-profile Western-trained economists no longer appear welcome in Narendra Modi's government.
Oct 05, 2018

The Bond Market's Signal
The rise in the 10-year Treasury yield means strong growth but more danger for riskier assets.
Oct 05, 2018

The Book of Donald
‘So the Amerikites revealed themselves, one to another, and it was not a pretty sight.'
Oct 05, 2018

Tomorrow's Elite Lawyers Disavow Due Process
Law students at Yale and Harvard, triggered by Kavanaugh, skip class and file Title IX complaints.

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