Ira Stoll

Sep 15, 2014
For a preview of what the next two to 10 years will look like, check out the video of Bill Clinton’s speech this past weekend at Senator Harkin’s Iowa Steak Fry.

Sep 8, 2014
To understand the story about the owner of the Atlanta Hawks selling his stake in the basketball team after the disclosure of an email in which he urges team executives to hire “some white cheerleaders,” remember this: It’s not about race. It’s about money.

Sep 2, 2014
Even as private sector unionism has declined, public sector unionism is in some ways more influential than ever.

Aug 25, 2014
There’s a dollar store down at the end of the street on which I live. I sometimes shop there. So I’ve been following the three-way corporate merger drama among Dollar General, Family Dollar, and Dollar Tree with more than merely ideological interest.

Aug 18, 2014
Instead of shutting down Obamacare’s insurance exchanges, the government should expand them so that they also include patients who now are covered by Medicaid, Medicare, and veterans' health programs. That’s the gist of a big new healthcare policy proposal . . .

Aug 11, 2014
President Obama is on Martha’s Vineyard this week and next for his annual non-presidential-election-year summer vacation. If the pattern of past years holds, he’ll spend most of his time either holed up in his rental house or out golfing.

Jul 28, 2014
Breathless is exactly the word to describe the critics of the Kansas tax cuts, and indeed there are a number of them.

Jul 21, 2014
Governor Andrew Cuomo just bet $135 million of New York taxpayer dollars on backing GE’s silicon carbide manufacturing efforts and IBM’s gallium nitride efforts.

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