Opinion | Can Congress Tax Wealth by ‘Deeming’ It Income?

Charles and Kathleen Moore have done well, but they certainly aren’t billionaires. Yet the couple’s constitutional challenge stands to slam

Read more

Opinion | Putin Tests Biden’s Cyber Vow

Barack Obama’s misadventures in Syria showed that a President shouldn’t draw red lines he isn’t willing to enforce. President Biden

Read more

Opinion | Fall of the JEDI

Pentagon procurements are often roiled by political interference, and the massive JEDI (Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure) cloud-computing contract is another

Read more

Opinion | Antitrust Can Hurt U.S. Competitiveness

When it comes to technology and the economy, the U.S. is grappling with two contradictory goals: competing with China in

Read more

Opinion | Untraceable Bitcoin Is a Myth

By Ezra Galston June 16, 2021 12:27 pm ET Photo: edgar su/Reuters How did the Justice Department recover $2.3 million

Read more

Opinion | Reopening Is Inflation’s Cure, Not Cause

The rise in inflation doesn’t stem from booming demand associated with the reopening of bars, restaurants, concert venues and stadiums,

Read more

Opinion | Mark Cuban Knows Crypto

After my recent column on buying devices like iPhones but not really owning them, Mark Cuban, as he sometimes does,

Read more

Opinion | The Monopolist Worm in Apple

There is a lot to admire about Apple, but my company, Spotify, has seen another, brutish side. Apple designs, develops

Read more

Opinion | Russia’s Hackers Unwisely Mess With U.S. Gas Prices

Newt Gingrich would like to send SEAL Team Six busting through the doors of whoever authorized the Colonial Pipeline hack.

Read more

Opinion | Xerox Is an Inspiration to Late Bloomers

Whenever someone tells me it’s too late to try my hand at something new, or that I’m too old to

Read more