One of the CPFB’s central goals is to help customers by creating and enforcing new rules designed to make various financial products easier to understand without unduly restricting choice. Jonathan Macey of Yale Law School argues that the CPFB’s first major effort along these lines is a failure.
The White House is proposing what would amount to a second estate tax. The one we already have is bad enough.
American men have fewer friends than in decades past. We should dedicate time to fostering friendships. They provide an immediate and enduring reward.
As we experience the pandemic’s toll on the world, we can speculate about its implications for the Chinese regime.
Democrats are treating the infrastructure and reconciliation bills as linked, and so should Republicans and everybody else.
Senator Tom Cotton’s report on the service branch gets a lot right about the upper ranks, but the enlisted side remains in dire need of attention.
College Republican chapters all over the country claim they are being disenfranchised by a president seeking to consolidate power.
Bowser asked the city council to approve $11 million for the hiring of 20 officers for the 2021 fiscal year and 150 officers for the 2022 fiscal year.
How a fight against politicized curriculum led to the expulsion of two students at a prestigious Ohio private school.
A California museum building designed by Peter Zumthor will be elegant, but will the Old Masters languish in storage?
Prohibiting flavored tobacco products won’t improve health outcomes, but it will increase the risks of overcriminalization.
The same lack of research ethics that likely unleashed COVID afflicts other aspects of the nation’s research apparatus.
How a poisonous ideology has made cities more dangerous.