Senators Warren and Sanders have both proposed plans to forgive student loan debt and make public colleges tuition-free. That’s easier said than done.
It’s an interesting idea, although one fraught with moral hazard.
The nature of US parties means that Trump more or less is the GOP at the moment, and hence the GOP will do nothing about Trump.
All of the major sports leagues are trying to stop New Jersey’s efforts to legalize sports gambling. They should not be allowed to succeed.
The Obama Administration’s response to the protests in the Muslim world has been entirely wrongheaded.
Romney eked out a win in the Michigan primary. He’s going to have a harder time there in November.
A story from Tennessee raises further questions about the role of government.
European leaders continue to kick the can down the road on a crisis that could bring down the global economy.
A change to the Bankruptcy Code could go a long way toward alleviating the burden of student loan debt that seems to be motivating some in the “Occupy Wall Street” movement.
On paper, the U.S. lost $1.3 billion on the Chrysler bankruptcy, but the true cost is far higher than that.
Once again, Angela Merkel has held her ground and forced the other EU leaders to accommodate Germany’s policy concerns. This time, it’s a set of amendments to the Lisbon Treaty to deal with sovereign debt emergencies.
In arguing against lifting liability caps on offshore drilling, the Wall Street Journal is arguing against both moral responsibility and the free market.