Nov 23, 2015
After Thanksgiving, we can all go back to complaining. Our country and the world have plenty of room for improvement. Here’s hoping that taking time to appreciate what we have makes further progress within reach. We might have even more to be thankful for next Thanksgiving.
Nov 16, 2015
A little humility would go a long way. Maybe the politicians should just let customers and bankers decide the composition of the banking market rather than trying to push in the direction of small banks against large ones.
Nov 9, 2015
The news that Fox News’s Neil Cavuto will be one of the moderators for this week’s Republican presidential debate should reassure anyone fearing a replay of last month’s CNBC debacle.
Nov 2, 2015
If Mrs. Clinton is already making centrist, free-market oriented appeals during a Democratic primary and caucus dominated by left-leaning activists, imagine how she’ll pivot to the center in a general election campaign. She wouldn’t be the first Clinton to take the middle path to the White House.
Oct 26, 2015
Hillary Clinton, who back in Nixon’s day was a congressional lawyer, finds herself on the receiving end of congressional inquiries. The prize for a Carson, a Trump, or a Rubio who wins? Being the next to reap the bitter harvest planted by young Hillary Rodham on the Watergate Committee.
Oct 19, 2015
Sunday’s Times Fed book review will feature a review by a chairman of the executive committee of Citigroup during a period when that bank required a taxpayer-funded rescue.
Oct 12, 2015
If there’s a hope that Kemp’s ideas will again help turn the country around, it may depend on them finding at least a few allies outside the confines of the Republican Party.
Oct 5, 2015
The left will keep talking about greedy drug companies. The right will keep talking about excessive regulation. Clinton may try to control the price of medicine, but even she hasn’t yet come up with a way to control the prices of drug-company stocks.