Voters didn’t reject the Massachusetts senator because of her policy positions; they rejected her because of her penchant for lying about herself.
A response to former FDIC chairwoman Sheila Bair
The terrible effects of the presidential candidate’s plan to ban fracking wouldn’t be limited to the economy.
Elizabeth Warren’s proposed fracking ban was rejected as too radical by the Obama administration—for good reason.
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.