Opinion | Saule Omarova Withdraws

Saule Omarova on Tuesday withdrew her nomination to be Treasury’s lead bank regulator, and the White House is portraying her

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Opinion | Gigi Sohn’s Strange Bedfellows

Does a progressive activist who wants to weaken copyright and speech protections belong on the Federal Communications Commission? President Biden

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Opinion | Build Back Better vs. Small Business

We’ve been telling you about special political favors hidden throughout the Democratic spending bill—subsidies for the press corps, the trial

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Opinion | Courts and the Regulatory State

The Biden Administration is ramping up its rule by regulation. So it’s good timing that the Supreme Court will hear

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Opinion | San Franciscans Get What They Voted for With Chesa Boudin

San Francisco When Chesa Boudin ran for San Francisco district attorney in 2019, he said crime was caused by poverty,

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Opinion | The Housing Gang Is Getting Back Together for Another Bust

When the Supreme Court ruled last year that President Trump’s director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency could be removed

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Opinion | The Great Ohio Opioid Stick-Up

Thousands of local governments and plaintiff attorneys are seeking to extort companies in the drug supply chain by holding them

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Opinion | College Testing Bait-and-Switch

When the University of California moved to drop the SAT and ACT from its admissions process on social-justice grounds last

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Opinion | After COP26, Electric Vehicles Galore!

I’ve become a connoisseur of the ways pundits deceive themselves that the passenger cars you and I drive, which sit

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