Ira Stoll

Jun 26, 2017
Democrats, after opposing Donald Trump in the 2016 election partly out of what they claimed was concern about his incivility, now pursue a debate about healthcare legislation in Washington, D.C. by characterizing the Republicans who disagree with them about policy as mass murderers.

Jun 19, 2017
Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian influence on the 2016 presidential election is both a preview of Hillary Clinton’s 2020 presidential campaign and a re-run of the insider-trading litigation of the past decade.

Jun 12, 2017
Boston represented a bet for GE on innovation and ingenuity, not big government. All of Immelt’s ties to Obama, Trump, and the Kennedys ultimately weren’t enough to keep him in his CEO job. Let it be a cautionary lesson for any corporate leader who hopes the route to profits runs through Washington.

Jun 5, 2017
Rather than pile-on against Mylan, maybe The New York Times might consider exposing readers to unconventional thinking. If the EpiPen were priced higher, it would create more incentives for competitors to enter the market with alternatives. Competition is good for consumers.

May 22, 2017
What does it say about Donald Trump that the book that captures him best so far is a novel written nearly 40 years ago by a Jewish author imagining the first Jewish president getting elected in 1988?

May 15, 2017
It’s worth taking a careful look at the techniques that the press uses with the effect of distorting the debate about the Trump tax cut.

May 8, 2017
Beyond alarmism and the possibility for outcomes that are better than the warned-of catastrophes, welfare reform and healthcare have in common some political characteristics. Not only can entitlement programs be rolled back, but politicians who do it can even get re-elected.

May 1, 2017
Corporate executives visiting the Obama White House saw their companies' stock price rise. If government decisions were less important, companies might decide to spend less time and money trying to influence Washington, D.C. and more time on on serving shareholders, customers.

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