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Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

Alabama Teaches America a Lesson
All of us need to sober up, think about the long term, and be aware of the impression we''re making.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

The U.S. Is Left Behind on Trade
The new Japan-EU deal will hurt a slew of American exporters.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

Beauties and the Beasts
A selfie with Miss Iraq and Miss Israel generates ugly threats.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

The Internet Is Free Again
Killing Obama-era rules will remove the FCC as political gatekeeper.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

Give Bad Faith a Chance in North Korea
Fruitless, drawn-out high-level negotiations could buy time for other, less diplomatic efforts to work.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

Dow 24000 and the Trump Boom
Companies are bringing cash and jobs back to the U.S. To keep that trend going, tax reform is vital.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

What Bitcoin Needs Is a Few Good Regulations
The digital currency—and the tech behind it—is in limbo, as federal agencies make up differing rules.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

Secrets the FBI Shouldn't Keep
Sen. Ron Johnson demands answers about the bureau''s political biases.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

You're a Good Plant, Charlie Brown
My dad brought home a sad little tree, and I put it out of its misery.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

Food Fight
Do Trump Administration officials who bake pies deserve to be believed?

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 14, 2017

Cryptocurrency Can Promote National Security
Why we left government to join the Bittrex exchange.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 13, 2017

When Donald Met Kirsten
Democrats have finally figured out how to turn Trump''s tweets into their own weapon.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 13, 2017

Yellen's Fed Farewell
The central bank seems to think tax reform won''t do much for growth.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 13, 2017

The FBI's Trump 'Insurance'
More troubling evidence of election meddling at the bureau.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 13, 2017

Moore's Law: Kooky Candidates Lose
If Republicans want policy victories, they should stop throwing away Senate seats.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 13, 2017

The Trump Regulatory Game Plan
Message to businesses and families: It''s OK to plan for the future.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 13, 2017

A Booming Economy Will Challenge the Fed
Normal growth will drive up the demand for bank loans and induce lending of excess reserves.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 13, 2017

If You've Heard One Cliché, You've Heard Them All
At the end of the day, the degradation of language is a problem of culture—whatever that means.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 13, 2017

Fusion DoJ
It''s getting hard to tell where the Clinton campaign ends and the federal law enforcement apparatus begins.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

Alabama Sends a Message
Roy Moore''s defeat shows that Steve Bannon is for losers.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

A Google vs. Amazon Antitrust Lesson
Their content spat shows why AT&T''s merger deserves approval.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

'Bigger Paychecks to All'
Americans are in for a pleasant economic surprise.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

Partisanship and the Battle of the Sexes
Republican and Democratic attitudes differ more than men''s and women''s.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

How Justice Went Wrong on AT&T
Comcast-type decrees may be a kludge, but they help to dissipate the political heat.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

Is There a Cure for the Curating Craze?
At the salad bar, you can ‘curate'' a ‘unique culinary experience.''

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

Illinois Drives People Away
The taxpayer migration continues from the Land of Ever Higher Taxes.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

The Qatar Quarrel Benefits the U.S.
It''s not exactly a battle between moderates and radicals, but it could have a moderating effect.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

Do Black Students Need White Peers?
A news report worries about the racial makeup of charter schools, despite their better performance.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

When It's Illegal to Ask, 'How Much Do You Make?'
The question saves time if an applicant''s salary needs are out of line with what the employer can offer.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 12, 2017

Everybody Calm Down About Net Neutrality
The FCC''s vote this week only restores power to the Federal Trade Commission, whose record is strong.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

The GOP's Capital-Gains Tax Hike
The Senate bill would make you sell long-held stocks first.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

Round Up the Usual Tax-Reform Suspects
Hedge-fund managers are an easy target, but we don''t even benefit from the status quo.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

China's Chilling 'Social Credit' Blacklist
A lawyer is barred from buying a plane ticket because a court found

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

Let Mueller Keep Digging
The special counsel''s team raises questions about its own fairness and impartiality.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

Fracking Our Way to Mideast Peace
Low oil prices have so eroded Arab states'' power, they now see Israel as a protector.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

Hooray for Bitcoin (but Don't Buy It)
The price reached $19,000 last week. It is certain to hit zero.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

How to Prevent the Next Mideast War
It''s in Europe''s interest to get tough on Hezbollah.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

Macron's Polling Revival
Could free-market reform actually be popular in France?

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

New York Gets Lucky Again
Three homegrown jihadists have struck the city in 14 months.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 11, 2017

Is CNN Protecting Adam Schiff?
Journalists continue to air his fact-free allegations without requiring evidence.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

Protectionism Is a Negative-Sum Game
Foreign companies operating in the U.S. employ some seven million Americans.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

Democracy Is Far From Dead
In 12 years, the share of the world''s people who live in ‘free'' countries has risen.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

Killing the Electric Car Credit
Are Republicans really going to subsidize the Leo DiCaprio set?

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

Christopher Wray's FBI Stonewall
The new director hides behind a phony excuse for refusing to answer Congress''s questions.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

Can a President Obstruct Justice?
Yes, but not by doing any of the things we know Trump to have done.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

An Attack on My Privacy in Wisconsin's Political War
A rogue state agency took my personal emails and filed them under ‘opposition research.''

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

About That 'Hillsdale Exemption'
We forgo government money in order to spare our students, faculty and administrators the bureaucratic interference.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

Don't Believe China's Trade Hype
Beijing runs with the G-33—poorer, protectionist-minded WTO laggards.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 10, 2017

Hispanic Entrepreneurs Need Tax Reform
Latino Democrats and Republicans ought to agree on that much.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 08, 2017

The Long War on Donald Trump
The president is guilty of something. It''s Robert Mueller''s job to figure out what.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 08, 2017

Leandra English Hangs On
The would-be CFPB usurper still refuses to leave the office.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 08, 2017

The Apple 'Windfall' That Isn't
It''s hard to keep up with all the false tax claims, but this one is a doozy.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 08, 2017

The Economy Revs Up
The jobless rate for non-high school grads is down to 5.2%.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 08, 2017

A Foreign Policy for 'Jacksonian America'
Sen. Tom Cotton has a worldview—even a doctrine—that is hawkish and realistic, though tinged with idealism.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 08, 2017

Lorde of the Flies: Why College Students Reject Reason
Meet the poet who championed subjectivity and what is now called ‘intersectionality.''

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 08, 2017

A Federalist Faces Down Lincoln's Powerful Legislature
‘I''m a big believer in stealing other people''s good ideas,'' says Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts.

Wall Street Opinion
Dec 08, 2017

#RandToo
Victims who have had six ribs broken by people who don''t deny assaulting them deserve to be believed.

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