We should all be grateful that Jerome Powell’s decisions matter a whole lot more than Joe Biden’s in getting inflation back under control.
The Port of Virginia had its ‘most productive year’ ever last year, successfully handling a 25.2 percent increase in cargo volume over the year before.
There’s no reason to think the grocery-store industry decided to stop competing and start raising prices in a conspiracy against the public.
It’s barely even concealed anymore that ‘more diverse’ means ‘fewer Asians’ in the context of academics.
The shipping problem is not going away anytime soon.
Each state gets two senators, but that doesn’t mean there are two senators who were born in each state.
Men have been ordered to grow beards, prayers are mandatory, and women are forbidden from traveling significant distances unaccompanied.
Our strange job market persists, with more jobs than people to fill them less than a year after the largest jump in unemployment in American history.
If the amendment to double tax revenue passes, California Democrats shouldn’t be surprised when people move to Arizona or Nevada.
Expect that question to be a theme of the next few years as we consider the outcomes of spending 27 percent of GDP on Covid-related ‘stimulus.’