Lithuania is realizing the price that comes with standing up to China.
We absolutely should be using our other ports more, but just asking carriers to use them doesn’t mean that they will.
There’s not much the federal government can do to help, but there is plenty it could do to make things worse.
The White House’s tariff hike on Canadian softwood lumber will almost surely exacerbate inflation at the worst possible time.
The consequences of the supply-chain crisis are more than just delays and higher prices. It is also warping market signals and harming innovation.
China is clearly a bad actor on trade.
Democrats’ preferred method of solving problems isn’t going to be the reason that our ports get moving again.
The union has held back technological progress on our ports for decades and made them vulnerable to the kind of problems we are now experiencing.