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Today France, Tomorrow the USA? Dec. 24, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

As that rail and subway strike continued to paralyze travel in Paris and across France into the thir... Read More

It's Labor Day, So Start a Riot Sep. 02, 2019

Marc Dion

It's Labor Day, when we celebrate by studiously not celebrating in hopes that the folks "at corporat... Read More

The Boss Is a Weasel Sep. 18, 2017

Marc Dion

I don't want single-payer health insurance. You know why? Because I think the company you work for o... Read More

In the Fiscal Health Beauty Pageant, Everyone Loses Jun. 09, 2016

Veronique de Rugy

Many states are broke, even though their constituents don't know it. The two main drivers of states'... Read More

Blue vs. Blue Does Not Equal Red Aug. 05, 2014

Froma Harrop

They are all Democrats, blue and blue. But like Republicans, they have opposing visions duking it ou... Read More

Stadium Subsidies Financed By Pension Cuts Jul. 25, 2014

David Sirota

As states and cities grapple with budget shortfalls, many are betting big on an unproven formula: Sl... Read More

Still Fighting: The Delphi Workers Obama Robbed Jul. 25, 2014

Michelle Malkin

The White House pretended to champion American workers this week with gimmicky initiatives on federa... Read More

Private Equity Is Becoming a Public Problem Jun. 06, 2014

David Sirota

A few weeks ago, a top official at the Securities and Exchange Commission reported on what he called... Read More

Christie's Budget Choice May. 23, 2014

David Sirota

The most troubling aspect of 2016 presidential candidate Chris Christie's refusal this week to make ... Read More

PBS Becoming the Plutocrats Broadcasting Service Feb. 14, 2014

David Sirota

In a world of screaming cable television hosts and partisan media outlets, PBS is supposed to be the... Read More

Public-Sector Unions Choke Taxpayers Oct. 18, 2010

John Stossel

"I thought unions were great — until at Chrysler, the union steward started screaming at ... Read More