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Wall Street Opinion
Mar 20, 2019

Bernie Sanders and Venezuela
The Vermont socialist tries to pretend he didn't encourage a brutal regime.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 19, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Isn't Qualified to Teach History, Either
The ‘ideas' candidate is now exploring slavery reparations.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 18, 2019

McCain and Trump
The late Vietnam War hero made enormous sacrifices for our country. His handling of rumors about the President wasn't one of them.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 15, 2019

America's Most Inspiring Bureaucrats
Believe it or not, encouraging words from federal regulators.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 12, 2019

An Army Hero
Travis Atkins will receive the Medal of Honor posthumously for saving lives in Iraq.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 11, 2019

Please Howard, Don't Hurt 'Em
Are media pundits afraid Schultz will help re-elect Trump, or that the former Starbucks CEO will pull Democrats toward the center?

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 08, 2019

Bernie's Bet: $32.6 Trillion Is Not Enough
Rival Democrats are afraid to offend Sanders voters; he's not worried about turning off moderates.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 07, 2019

Small Business Hiring Breaks Record
February NFIB survey finds historic job creation.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 06, 2019

Republicans, Democrats and 'Decent' Guys
Are any 2020 candidates interested in civility?

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 05, 2019

Is Team Trump Getting Along Too Well with France?
A bad tax idea gets a surprise U.S. endorsement.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

Keeping Talent America Trains
A study shows that foreign grads don't steal American jobs.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

Hickenlooper Up the Middle
The Coloradan won't ban fossil fuels. Can he persuade Democrats?

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

Kenneth Kiyul Lee's White Privilege
Liberals play the race card against a Korean-American immigrant.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

About Trump's 'Failure' in Hanoi
The president has left his negotiators better positioned for a good deal with Pyongyang.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

Allies Worry Over U.S. Public Opinion
The gap between voters and foreign-policy elites shows little sign of closing.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

'Old' the Phone, Another Scammer Is Calling
As soon as I turned 70, offers rolled in for wheelchairs, cruises and cremation plans.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

Tax Reform Unleashed the U.S. Economy
The surge in private investment has brought big returns for households as well as the government.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

Behind China's Desire for a Trade Deal With Trump
President Xi's nationalism is running into the reality of slower growth and a fear of political instability.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

What Your Doctor Isn't Allowed to Tell You
Badly designed electronic records can be hazardous to your health, but a gag clause protects the makers.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 04, 2019

Will Democratic Primary Voters Tolerate a Liberal?
A former Colorado governor will test whether the Sandernistas have taken over the party.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

A One-Sided Treaty With Colombia
State and Justice want to extradite Mr. Arias in the interest of their war on drugs.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

California's Weather Cycles
There's a lesson in the Golden State's wet and stormy winter.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

Oregon, the Rent Control State
Salem enacts a housing policy that is sure to limit new housing.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

Washington's 'Emergency' Hypocrisy
Trump didn't grab power from Congress. Lawmakers surrendered it in 1976.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

Adding to Social Insecurity
House Democrats propose to increase the entitlement burden.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

When You Buy or Sell a Home, Realty Bites
Regulators should do more to encourage competition from sites like Zillow.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

The Boy Who Cried 'Coup'
Cohen's worry that Trump will refuse to concede is far from the first such fantasy.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

The U.S. Is Ceding the Pacific to China
While Washington's focus is elsewhere, Beijing plays the long game—that means preparing for war.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

Leave Opioid Lawsuits to State Attorneys General
Local governments are making a mistake when they join forces with private plaintiff lawyers.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 03, 2019

How to Handle Rejection When You Never Applied
‘There's something worse than going 0 for 1.'

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 01, 2019

The Plot Against Low-Income Students
Robert Shireman sold Cuomo on a plan to kill for-profit schools.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 01, 2019

Jay Inslee's Climate Infomercial
Washington's Governor will run in 2020 on ideas his own state rejected.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 01, 2019

Trump vs. a Republican Senate
The national emergency vote could hurt GOP incumbents in 2020.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 01, 2019

Crazy Elon vs. the SEC, Round Two
A diabolically innocuous tweet from Tesla's CEO succeeds again in baiting securities regulators.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 01, 2019

Trump and the Revolt of the 'Somewheres'
The new nationalism appeals to those who feel left out by the rise of ‘declarative government' by judges and bureaucrats.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 01, 2019

William Neely Escaped His Union, But It Wasn't Easy
The Janus ruling was supposed to liberate government employees. Check the fine print.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 01, 2019

Jussie Smollett and the Hazards of Moral Sentimentality
Narratives about ‘racism' and ‘homophobia,' stoked by news and social media, stir self-affirming rage.

Wall Street Opinion
Mar 01, 2019

The Partnership to Beg Bezos
With a vibrant national economy, why is New York still pleading for an Amazon location?

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Trump Walks on Kim
Give him credit for refusing to accept less than denuclearization.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Nigeria's Democracy Survives
Sunday's election was far from perfect, but it's still good news.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Thank You, Tax Reform
Kevin Hassett was right about growth in 2018. Larry Summers wasn't.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Boomtown for Hoaxers
A Michigan man is accused of burning down his own home.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Burger-Flipper Arbitrators
The legislation would effectively abolish at-will employment in chain restaurants.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

The Phony Retirement Crisis
Contrary to the alarms, household savings are growing. But government plans are underfunded.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Taking Back Some Other Guy's Control
Political insurgencies have yet to show a willingness to take responsibility for any tough decisions.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Japan Grows Nervous About the U.S.
It fears China's advance, America's retreat and South Korea and Taiwan becoming compromised.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

388 Days in Senate Limbo
That was the wait for a unanimous ‘yes' vote. It's time to change the rules.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Michael Cohen Makes History
There's no precedent for such an attack on the essential nature of an American president.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Poland, Judaism and Historical Memory
It's a complicated story, and politicians too often attempt to simplify it.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

Declare Victory, Not Emergency
Congress gave Trump $1.4 billion for his wall. He wouldn't take yes for an answer.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 28, 2019

What Does Kim Want?
The Trump sales pitch depends on persuading the ultimate crime boss to go legitimate.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

The Right Hurts Its Own
Here's the back story on Sen. Josh Hawley and nominee Neomi Rao.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

Cohen in the Colosseum
The legal fixer unloads on his former boss, with little new information.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

Beer, Bras and Brats
Don't tell Kraft, InBev or Victoria's Secret that capitalism is rigged.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

How Debt Makes the Market Volatile
Stocks are becoming more sensitive to interest-rate hikes because the global economy is overleveraged.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

Italy Institutes a Universal Basic Income. Is the U.S. Next?
Conservatives who hope the Democratic nominee is ‘unelectable' should be careful what they wish for.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

Even the Fiercest Social-Justice Warrior Should Learn Mercy
Modern activists' focus on group identities and past wrongs deepens divides rather than erasing them.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

How Much Does the Public Need to Know?
Releasing the full Mueller report would hurt people who haven't been charged.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

The Democrats' Fake Outrage
The survival of three Virginia Democrats is grand hypocrisy—and a return to sanity.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

Trump Base Wants Immigration Compromise
His backers are the likeliest to support a wall-for-DACA deal.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 27, 2019

Joe Biden's Opportunity
His top Democratic competitors stake out another radical position.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

Trump's Pyongyang Pivot
Accepting the idea of a nuclear North Korea, he seems more focused now on reducing the risk of war.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

A Supreme Court Cross-Roads
The Bladensburg cross case tees up the Lemon test for overturning.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

Socialism Is Back
But what is it? And what should one make of it? Students respond.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

The Media Wanted to Believe Jussie Smollett
Victims of gun violence in Chicago get almost no coverage, while his tale got hours and hours.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

The Geeks vs. the Infantrymen
Microsoft employees lament that a military system will ‘help people kill.' Damn right it will.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

Ocasio-Cortez Is an All-American Socialist
She's gone from bartender to international political star in a year. Land of opportunity, indeed!

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

Two Ways Democrats Can Win in 2020
Go for diverse Sunbelt states, or reclaim the Midwest with a moderate candidate.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

The Media Will Re-Elect Trump
They would rather believe tall tales about Russia than hear what voters said in 2016.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

My Mother's Second Childhood
Her memory keeps deteriorating, but her identity is intact.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

Brexit Delayed or Denied
Chaos around a deal with the EU obscures bigger debates.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

AT&T Wins by Knockout
Even the liberal D.C. Circuit doesn't buy Justice's antitrust case.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 26, 2019

The AOC Primary
Will Democratic senators running for President decline to vote for the Green New Deal they just endorsed?

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

High Nuclear Stakes in Hanoi
Anything can happen when Trump and Kim get together again.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

Stick to Your Guns, Microsoft
The company should ignore a petition to drop defense work.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

Josh Hawley's Bad Judgment
The GOP freshman joins the left in trashing Neomi Rao.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

The Saudis Hedge Their American Bets
God may be great, but for Riyadh's temporal purposes, Xi Jinping apparently is greater.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

A Nobel Prize for Trump
Alas, the Norwegians don't reward leaders who see a bad deal and walk away.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

The Obama-Trump Economic Boom
The current expansion may soon be America's longest, and neither inflation nor tariffs are likely to stop it.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

Cold Wash Espionage
A dissident's fate for my Rolling Stones T-shirt at mom's KGB Laundry Service.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

Bad Science May Banish Paper Receipts
California lawmakers seek a ban, based on a scare over BPA that was debunked two decades ago.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

Bernie Sanders Needs to Move Left
He no longer stands out now that Democrats have all embraced his ideas.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

The Nuclear Option Is the Real Green Deal
A coal plant produces about as much toxic waste in an hour as a nuclear plant produces in a year.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 25, 2019

Who's Deplorable Now?
Democrats wonder if they still need the Midwest.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

Trump and Huawei
Dropping charges as part of a trade deal would damage the rule of law.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

No Friend-of-the-Court Senator
Sheldon Whitehouse doesn't disclose his own donors, while he tries to stifle other amicus briefs.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

Wise Rethink on Syria
Some 400 U.S. troops will stay in the country to deter ISIS and Iran.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

Maduro and Cuba Lose
The dictator closed the border—but Venezuela's democrats won the day.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

Superheroes Are Rescuing Hollywood
You can thumb your nose at CGI slugfests, but their success buoys the sinking industry.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

Puerto Rico and the Constitution
A court ruling could devastate the U.S. territory unless Congress acts.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

How to Negotiate With Kim Jong Un
No more generalities and sweet talk. It's time to hold the North Korean leader to specific promises.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

Investigate McCabe's 25th Amendment Tale
It's a crime to conspire to ‘impair, obstruct or defeat' government's function using dishonest means.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

Troops in the Mideast Keep Terror Away
It's tempting to draw back from the world, but the enemies of America aren't about to reciprocate.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 24, 2019

My Son's Terrifying Leap
It was good he didn't tell us ahead of time—a heads up would have led to a transoceanic fight.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 22, 2019

Crash on the Autobahn
Europe can't afford new car tariffs—so the U.S. President can't either.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 22, 2019

Startups Grow Up
Smart deregulation is helping more companies test the public markets.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 22, 2019

Vote Fraud, in the Flesh
North Carolina throws out an election after a mail-in ballot fiasco.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 22, 2019

Are Hate-Crime Laws Helping?
Such statutes seem to encourage dubious claims like Jussie Smollett's more than they promote justice.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 22, 2019

Standing Up to the Comedy Scolds
Veteran comic Colin Quinn on the encroachments of political correctness and the trials of Louis C.K., Aziz Ansari and Kevin Hart.

Wall Street Opinion
Feb 22, 2019

A Mad Dash for City Hall in the Windy City
Chicago is a fiscal wreck, and none of the 13 candidates for mayor have a serious plan to fix it.

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