Let’s consider more thoughtfully the tradeoffs at stake.
Removing the unquestioned and unlimited supply of federal funding devoid of underwriting would set off the most dramatic price competition in history.
Brian Mattson defended David French against a piece by Doug Wilson here at the Corner yesterday. Doug Wilson offers his reply here.
Providing value to customers and treating workers well are not exactly new concepts.
For a century, the market’s performance has been a reliable indicator of an incumbent president’s chances of keeping the White House.
The last two nights of Democratic debates actually did a lot to establish some obstacles and advantages in the impressions voters have of these candidates.