Ira Stoll

Dec 15, 2014
How much power should a president have? Anyone who thought America settled that question late in the 18th century with the ratification of the Constitution hasn’t been paying attention to the news.

Dec 8, 2014
I have nothing against Amazon. I think it’s a fine company, and I don’t blame it for trying to pay the least taxes it legally can.

Dec 1, 2014
The recent Chapter 7 bankruptcy and liquidation filing of the Toledo, Ohio-based solar-panel manufacturer Xunlight Corp. has attracted barely any national attention.

Nov 24, 2014
Some conservatives fret about the erosion of the respect for the rule of law that results from allowing immigration law to go unenforced. That is reason to consider revising the law.

Nov 17, 2014
Steven Rattner’s complaint is that our government doesn’t tax and spend enough to even out the inequality of income.

Nov 12, 2014
Drafters of the legislative wish lists may want to be careful what they wish for. If we aren’t cautious, by the time Congress is done they’ll have us all nostalgic for the good old days of gridlock.

Nov 3, 2014
The new Congress hasn’t even been elected yet, but it’s already under pressure to add billions of dollars in new government spending to pay for “infrastructure.”

Oct 27, 2014
If Mr. Obama plans to exercise his executive authority vigorously, expect it to trigger an equally vigorous reaction from Congress.

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