Ramesh Ponnuru

Apr 3, 2020
Many conservatives and libertarians have responded to his broad claims with fury and derision, as he must have known they would.

Mar 29, 2020
If everyone went to work now, the virus would spread faster and more of us would die or suffer severe and long-lasting bodily damage.

Mar 26, 2020
Restricting buybacks has become a good way to win bipartisan applause. But it's not an effective way to improve corporate governance or protect taxpayers’ interests.

Mar 22, 2020
The right way to send checks out fast, then, is to dispense with income tests and give them to all households, at the price of some waste. High-income households should be socially encouraged to donate the money to organizations that are meeting the needs of this crisis.

Mar 18, 2020
The truth is that no health-care system is optimized for handling a once-in-a-generation pathogen.

Mar 13, 2020
Since the Fed sadly lacks access to a time machine, it cannot go back and change its policies over the last few years. But there are several things it can do

Mar 6, 2020
The party establishment fended off insurgent conservatives partly by dividing them and partly by placating them on policy issues such as immigration and abortion.That seems to be what’s happening to progressives now.

Mar 4, 2020
A tightening of money, including a passive tightening that occurs because of Fed inaction as economic conditions deteriorate, reduces future interest rates. By cutting rates now, the Fed has actually stockpiled its ammunition. Let’s hope it has given itself enough.

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