Why America’s most iconic automaker plans to drive their passenger sedans into the sunset.
Protectionist impulses will only hurt our industry—and the American consumer.
One San Francisco lawmaker wants more affordable housing. Cue the fury from NIMBY leftists.
Real estate speculation doesn’t create wealth, it sets up a game of musical chairs–and we now know what happens when the music stops.
They destroy jobs, distort markets, and trample on liberties. It’s time we directed technological change rather than the other way around.
Stressed-out farmers today only grow food for global consumption, and that is leading to a crisis at home.
It might be the end of a chain—or the end of an era.
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That position has often been linked to the left, while protectionism has just as often been associated with the right.
From McKinley to Reagan, Donald Trump has plenty of precedent if he’s looking for it.
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Wait for the retaliation from affected countries to begin—call it mutual assured destruction.
Published 40 years ago, Bork’s book on antitrust law fundamentally changed America’s economy for the worse.
As the stock market corrects and interest rates go up, Jerome Powell can either make or break our monetary policy.
And because of that, the Europeans have taken the high ground—at least for now.
Free trade is seen as the domain of elites, but punishing select industries will hurt, not help, the everyman.
They, of all people, should want to protect the planet for the living and unborn.
They keep accommodating the Treasury Department’s excesses. Will the new chairman continue to say one thing and do another?