Kevin Williamson demolishes “rich-getting-richer” truisms by observing the income of real people, rather than income groups.
David Beckworth makes the case for a Fed policy of targeting a nominal-GDP growth rate of 5 percent per year.
Jason Lee Steorts continues the same-sex marriage debate with a reply to Sherif Girgis’ rebuttal of Steorts’ rebuttal of Girgis et al.’s seminal Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy article.
Robert VerBruggen argues against masking school vouchers as “donations.”
Michael Barone observes public sentiment actually influencing public policy, from Wisconsin to Washington.
Phyllis Schlafly and Suzanne Venker speak to Kathryn Jean Lopez about their new book, The Flipside of Feminism.
Kathryn Jean Lopez highlights what other Republicans can learn from The Donald.
David Kahane celebrates Chuck Schumer as the conscience of our nation.
Ronald D. Utt reports on how a high-speed-train initiative was derailed in Florida.