Obesity is a problem that not many like to talk about, but in air travel and other areas, it is becoming an inescapable issue.
Economy & Business
A Wall Street Journal piece exposes the bureaucratic tangle small businesses navigate to get disaster relief during the COVID pandemic.
On the menu today: weaponizing tax leaks, Olympic sponsorship (and its problems), the advertising that dreams are made of, Babe Ruth slices, and more.
Democrats have only 50 votes in the Senate, not 70, and thus can’t actually pass off-the-charts insane spending measures.
How Fed policy is pushing some investors into cryptocurrencies.
A country with a well-functioning government could fix this bridge without also passing $6 trillion in other spending, couldn’t it?
On the menu today: the Fed’s surprising hawkishness, the FTC’s new trustbuster, the anti-Amazon industry, and more.
Or would they harm the economy at home and fail to spark their intended reforms?
Before we herald a new era of trustbusting, we should be careful that the proposed solution isn’t worse than the actual problem.
On the menu today: carbon taxes and democracy, Big Tech and Joe Biden, lending as a (Chinese) strategic weapon, and more.