Obama’s plan to regulate the Internet
We’ve heard promises that crushing regulation can deliver cheaper prices and better quality before.
Donald Trump’s Insincere Process Arguments
“Gestapo tactics.” That’s how Donald Trump’s recently installed campaign manager, Paul Manafort, characterized the Ted Cruz campaign’s successful effort to win all 34 of Colorado’s pledged national convention delegates at the long-scheduled Republican congressional district and state conventions.
Ted Cruz: Tracy Flick With A D*ck
Before we begin, can we stop referring to Wisconsin as “Midwestern nice”?
Will Trump Be Swindled in Cleveland, Too?
In the race for the Republican nomination, Donald Trump would seem to be in the catbird seat. He has won the most states, the most delegates and the most votes — by nearly two million.
We Don’t Have to Break It to Fix It
I constantly hear that only Donald Trump supporters can understand the Trump phenomenon, as if it were inaccessible to nonbelievers, like the secret knowledge of ancient Gnostics.
Moonies for Ted Cruz
Congratulations to Ted Cruz for winning his fourth primary!
Campus Lunacy, Part II
Students, often with the blessing of faculty, have discovered that names for campus buildings and holidays do not always fit politically correct standards for race, class and sex.
Stock Markets Decouple from Oil, Manufacturing Up: Bullish Signs?
Commodities rallied, Treasuries rallied and Stocks rallied all in the same week. Dividend investing expert Bryan Perry explains how to take advantage.
Hawkish Fed Chatter Sends Dollar Higher, Oil Lower
Dividend expert Bryan Perry provides insight on the effects of Federal Reserve committee members’ commentary.
Coach Nick Saban’s Use of a Football Chaplain Produces More than National Championships
The value of a sports chaplain may appear elusive to many observers but not to the University of Alabama’s national championship-winning football coach Nick Saban, who Fortune magazine named as the world’s 11th best leader in 2016.
Regulating the Future
We know government understands that new technologies are important. The military invests in robots and traffic cops use radar guns. But when the rest of us use robots or fly drones, government gets eager to put rules in place before things get “out of control.”