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Your Thoughts on Money and Happiness Jul. 15, 2020

Everyday Cheapskate

In a previous column on the subject of money and happiness, I closed with: "In your heart, do you be... Read More

Washington Bureaucrats Drag Their Feet Against the Virus Jul. 01, 2020

Betsy McCaughey

In a pandemic, government efficiency can make the difference between life and death. You'd expect ou... Read More

Is a Universal Basic Income Program Worth the Costs? Jun. 04, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

Spain is the latest country talking about adopting a universal basic income, or UBI, program in resp... Read More

Alberto Alesina and Austerity's Influence May. 28, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

The world has lost a great economist. Alberto Alesina suddenly passed away from cardiac arrest while... Read More

The One Certain Victor in the Pandemic War Apr. 24, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

"War is the health of the state," wrote the progressive Randolph Bourne during the First World War, ... Read More

Stimulus Spending Doesn't Mean We Can Afford the Progressive Agenda Apr. 20, 2020

Steve Chapman

The coronavirus pandemic has been a massively disruptive event, and one of the things it has upended... Read More

Get Financially Fit With Good Habits Apr. 16, 2020

Everyday Cheapskate

Personal character is made of habits. Bad ones seem to just happen, while good habits are usually th... Read More

Right Now, Fiscal Restraint Would Be Folly Mar. 29, 2020

Steve Chapman

Fiscal discipline was once a durable American practice. But in the 1940s, it went out the window. Th... Read More

Willing to Work to Boost Allowance Mar. 26, 2020

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: I'm 16, and I have great parents. But there's just one problem. My allowance is dismal!... Read More

COVID-19 Could Be Deadly for American Small Business Mar. 19, 2020

Armstrong Williams

Over the last few weeks, the United States has been grappling with the challenges of the global coro... Read More

How to Tear Down Attitudes of Entitlement Mar. 17, 2020

Everyday Cheapskate

Attention readers: The following column is an excerpt from Mary Hunt's book "Raising Financially Con... Read More

March 15, 2020 Mar. 15, 2020

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: Our only child passed away last year after a long battle with cancer. He was in his earl... Read More

Could You Go a Year Without Spending? Feb. 26, 2020

Everyday Cheapskate

A few years back, Eric and Donna Reed shopped for groceries and household products only once a year.... Read More

Sanders' Economic Plan Looks Like a Duck, Despite How Some Quack Feb. 20, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

As Sen. Bernie Sanders looks more and more like the one who may win the Democratic presidential nomi... Read More

Political Bias and Anti-Americanism on College Campuses Feb. 19, 2020

Walter E. Williams

A recent Pew Research Center survey finds that only half of American adults think colleges and unive... Read More

Trump's Budget Follows in the Footsteps of Giant Spenders Feb. 13, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

President Donald Trump's proposed fiscal year 2021 budget has been released. Generally, budget docum... Read More

How to Face Down Temptation and Win Jan. 28, 2020

Everyday Cheapskate

If you've ever stopped by Costco to pick up milk and walked out with a big-screen TV, you know first... Read More

Was 2019 the Year of Peak Entitlement Mentality? Dec. 26, 2019

Veronique de Rugy

Looking back at 2019 is incredibly disorienting. The country is horribly divided. In fact, the presi... Read More

December 23, 2019 Dec. 23, 2019

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: Two years ago, my sister called crying that they were going to lose their house. She did... Read More

The Forgotten Debt Dec. 11, 2019

John Stossel

Congress and the media obsess endlessly over whether President Donald Trump should be impeached. Bo... Read More