Big Larry will be talking big issues again, as he does every Saturday, with so many big brains this Mother’s Day weekend, joined on his tremendous syndicated radio show — heard coast-to-coast from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern via your local station, or on the Web (go here and click on “Listen Live,” and catch the show’s archives here) — by none other than Thomas Sowell, NR’s dynamic duo of Robert Costa and Kevin D. Williamson, Keith Hennessey, James Pethokoukis, Lee Munson, Mike Ozanian, Steve Moore, and John McIntyre. What a lineup! And what topical red meat they’ll be chewing: How pro-growth is immigration reform, the shrinking budget deficit, hedge-fund managers hate affair with Ben Bernanke, hot hot Japan, bullish stocks, and much more. If you had a mother (and who doesn’t?!) then you have to listen! An amazing show that awaits you — be there for the fun, wisdom, and your weekly dose of the Kudlow Rule (free-market capitalism is the best path to prosperity!).
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House minority leader Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that she is confident she will be the next speaker of the House, despite a potential challenge from another congresswoman. “I intend to win the speakership with Democratic votes. . . . I have overwhelming support in my caucus to be speaker of the House,” ... Read More
This is a column about impeachment, but first, a confession: I think I might be guilty of insider trading. At this point, I would like to assure my dear friends at the SEC that I do not mean this in any actionable legal sense, but only in principle. Some time ago, I was considering making an investment in a ... Read More
Political consultant Mark Penn wrote in the Wall Street Journal that Hillary Clinton not only will run for president again, but will prevail. He writes: “Mrs. Clinton has a 75% approval rating among Democrats, an unfinished mission to be the first female president, and a personal grievance against Mr. Trump, ... Read More