To win the 2020 election, Democrats will have to overcome two major obstacles: history and their lurch to the political left. They cannot change the first obstacle, and they seemingly don’t want to change the second.
Putin envisions a kind of “Dark OPEC” that controls enough of the world’s crude oil and natural gas to manage supply, dictate prices and engage in political mischief.
Warren seems to be chasing the progressive movement rather than leading it.
If the president is serious about lowering out-of-pocket drug spending, he needs to shine a light on middlemen and insurer practices.
France's Rollback of Carbon Taxes Seems Like a Setback for Environmentalists, But Progressives Are Determined to Impose Them
Imposing carbon and gasoline taxes is not about ways to pay for needed government services. It’s about progressives trying to fund their climate change agenda.
If administration officials substitute steel tariffs for quotas, American energy firms would still struggle to secure the parts they need.They could be forced to postpone or cancel many pipeline projects.
The genius of private infrastructure is that we can grow the Texas economy without growing the Texas government.
Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown, who just won re-election to a third term in the Senate, recently responded to a question from the Cincinnati Enquirer about a presidential bid, “I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t considering it.”