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Ira Stoll

Ira Stoll

Mar 25, 2023
Scalia's 'Rise to Greatness' Included Rejections
As is so often the case with setbacks in life, though, what matters is less the setback and more the response. Scalia didn’t let the disappointments define him. He didn’t give up. He didn’t become embittered. He kept plugging away.

Mar 14, 2023
4 More Years of Biden? Everything Will Be Up, Except Prosperity
Democrats, Republicans, and independents who don’t want to slog through another four years with Joe Biden in the White House will have to begin rapidly identifying an alternative.

Mar 6, 2023
Ending War on Stocks Could Be Good '24 Fodder for GOP
The thing about stock buybacks is that they offer all shareholders, foreign, domestic, wealthy, non-wealthy, an equal choice about whether to sell or to continue as owners, with an increased share of company earnings.

Jan 23, 2023
Soros Spends Millions on Democrats, 'Reform' Evaporates
This writer's point isn’t that Soros should be prevented from participating in American politics or distributing charitable money. Far from it. There may be issues, such as criminal justice reform or freedom in China, where he’s advancing worthwhile goals.

Jan 10, 2023
Market May Surprise on the Bullish Side in 2023
"Stocks Log Worst Year Since 2008," was the year-end banner headline in the Wall Street Journal. It sounds like a bad-news headline, until one recalls what happened in 2009.

Dec 22, 2022
How Bloomberg Has a Chance Against Warren for '24
If Mike Bloomberg can be "destroyed" by some former Harvard law professor from Cambridge hurling false accusations of racism, sexism, and homophobia, what hope is there in politics for future public-spirited businessmen?

Dec 13, 2022
Sinema Departure Is Defeat for Schumer
The decision by a senator from Arizona, Kyrsten Sinema, to leave the Democratic Party and register as an independent is the latest sign of weakness for the leader of the Senate Democrats, Charles Schumer.

Dec 6, 2022
Is GOP Too Eager to Transform Itself?
Some Republicans seem eager to transform the GOP from a party representing the corporate class to a party fighting against it. Imagine what your retirement account could look like when investors realize that the Republican leadership sounds similar to Sens. Warren and Sanders.

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