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Social Security Announces Largest Benefits Increase Since 1982
As inflation continues to climb, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced that social security recipients will see a 5.9 percent increase in their benefits, the largest such increase since ...
October 13, 2021
China’s High-Tech Push Seeks to Reassert Factory Dominance
At a factory in northern China, workers are busy testing an automated vehicle designed to move bulky items ...
September 23, 2021
Railroad Industry Worried About Biden Executive Order
An executive order signed by President Joe Biden that could force railroads to allow other operators to use ...
July 22, 2021
The Center Square
Orange County House Prices Could Drop 15 Percent by 2023
Commentary Chapman University is predicting a 10 to 15 percent drop in the median price of detached single-family ...
June 17, 2021
UCI Professor’s Economic Update Predicts Challenges Ahead
Despite a solid footing heading into the next economic cycle—low interest rates, a hot housing market, and strong ...
June 15, 2021
California Factories Likely to Reach Pre-Pandemic Levels by July, Says Chapman Survey
Commentary The manufacturing sector in California is expected to be fully healed by the end of June, according ...
April 8, 2021
Consumer Sentiment Among California Democrats Rebounds, Worsens for Republicans
Commentary With consumer spending accounting for more than two-thirds of the U.S. economy, the economic outlook of shoppers ...
January 26, 2021
Costs Must Be Weighed Against Benefits
Commentary One of the first lessons in an economics class is every action has a cost. That is ...
December 9, 2020
Walter E. Williams
Walter E. Williams, 1936–2020
Commentary Walter Williams loved teaching. Unlike too many other teachers today, he made it a point never to ...
December 3, 2020
USC: Pandemic Could Cost U.S. Nearly $5 Trillion in GDP Over Two Years
LOS ANGELES (CNS)—The COVID-19 pandemic could result in net losses from $3.2 trillion up to $4.8 trillion in ...
November 30, 2020
City News Service
Australian Treasurer Outlines ‘Sobering’ Economic Impact of CCP Virus
Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg gave a "sobering" account of the economic damage the nation has sustained from the ...
May 12, 2020
Rent Control and Limiting Tenant Security Deposits: Still a Bad Idea
Commentary Profits tend to equalize over all industries, setting aside differential risk. If profits are 50 percent in ...
April 20, 2020
Did the Chinese Coronavirus Start as a Bioweapon Program? | The China Report
In this episode of The China Report, we speak with Casey Fleming, CEO of BlackOps Partners, about allegations ...
February 3, 2020
2020: The Centenary of the Most Important Breakthrough in the History of Economics
Commentary Welcome to the year that sounds tailor-made for an optometrist’s office: 2020. Here’s wishing you all the ...
January 2, 2020
Observations on the Biggest Economic Stories of the Decade
Commentary Earlier this month, the Brookings Institution asked 10 of their scholars, “What was the big story in ...
December 29, 2019
The ‘Nordic Model’ Narrative Is a Lie
Commentary Many socialists don't understand socialism, and many commonly used narratives such as the "Nordic Model" are based ...
August 19, 2019
The Economics of Pro Athletes’ Mega-Salaries
Commentary A generation or so ago, when million-dollar annual salaries in major league sports were starting to become ...
June 20, 2019
A Nobel Economist Behaving Like a Squid
Commentary On April 19, writing in The New York Times, Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz presented a case for ...
May 7, 2019
The Three Meta-Errors That Pervade Progressivism
Commentary Conservatives have so many policy disagreements with progressives that it’s hard to keep track of them all. ...
April 16, 2019
The Green New Deal as America’s Great Leap Forward
Commentary Peggy Noonan, in a recent Wall Street Journal column, pointed to disturbing similarities between our times and ...
March 31, 2019
Journalism’s Role in Reducing Ignorance About Socialism
Commentary One of the most important issues of our time is the choice between capitalism and socialism. The ...
March 21, 2019
MMT: Modern Monetary Theory or Monopoly Money Tyranny?
Commentary Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), and other democratic socialists have embraced a new-old monetary ...
February 22, 2019
Should Children Learn Civics and Economics?
Most curricula and schools have failed to instill these time-tested values into the rising generation.
February 15, 2019
Saying ‘No’ to Janet Yellen and Other ‘Establishment’ Economists
Commentary Something unusual and unexpected happened to me last week: I got an email from Janet Yellen, the ...
January 26, 2019
The Problem With Experts
Commentary You’ve probably heard the saying that the Ark was built by amateurs, while the Titanic was built ...
December 11, 2018
From Production to the Market
People do not know what they might buy until they see what has been produced and brought to ...
May 4, 2018
James H. Nolt
Why Free Trade Doesn’t Work for the Workers
According to conventional economic theory, free trade is a winner for developing and developed countries alike. That's how ...
November 21, 2016
CCP Poses ‘Insider Threat’ to American Companies: Former Pentagon Official
Economists: Worrying Consumer Sentiment Data Suggest Recession Is Looming
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US-Mexico Land Border Scheduled to Reopen in Early November: Mexican Foreign Minister
Rewind, Review, and Re-Rate a Film: ‘The Westerner’: A Brilliant Mix of Drama, Comedy, and Memorable Characters
Win for Virginia Parents After Loudon County School Board Member Announces Resignation
Evergrande Risks Are ‘Controllable,’ China’s Central Bank Says Amid Growing Fears
Epoch Times Journalists Praised for Coverage of Nigeria’s Genocide
Peter Falkenberg Brown
Debate Over Water in Southwest Ignores Immigration
Moscow Says It Is First to Launch Large-Scale Metro Facial ID Payment System