One of the great enduring stupidities of modern economic life is the belief that buying American is somehow beneficial to the US as a whole, says National Review's Kevin Williamson. » Read More
By: Jake Novak
The GOP health bill effort needs new leadership in the Senate and smarter help from President Trump, says Jake Novak. » Read More
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Critics say Anthony Scaramucci's Wall Street background doesn't prepare him for a job in the White House. Here's why they're wrong, says the National Review's John Fund. » Read More
Zaslav thinks there's more upside in combining assets than throwing money at a new streaming service with unproven demand. He's right, argues Eric Jackson
Last week’s U.S.-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue could mark the beginning of a more constructive trade relationship, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
As major American transit lines & roadways continue to decline there's one major example of a city that gets it right, says Jake Novak.
Two giants, Art Laffer and Steve Forbes, weigh in on a return to prosperity.
Nicaragua's stunning beaches and affordability make it an ideal place to retire, Bonnie Hayman writes in International Living.
Expanding charity care is a small but powerful bipartisan health-care fix, says dentist and USC fellow Joel Strom.
Anthony Scaramucci running communications is exactly what President Trump needs right now, says Jake Novak.
There is a major strategic cost to the US alliance with the Saudis, says the National Review's Michael Brendan Dougherty.
Trump administration's recently released objectives for renegotiating NAFTA are more of the same failed policies we've seen for years.
The 2018 House budget plan starts the conversation America needs to have about spending and politics, says Jake Novak.
Trump and Republican Congress members never tried to write a bipartisan health-care bill, says Matt Yglesias.
Obamacare was a Republican idea in the first place. There is no other option, says Jennifer Fitzgerald.
Trump's desire to work with Russia dangerously conflicts with America's best interests, says Noah Rothman.
Trump's health care efforts failed to accomplish the 'art of the deal, because Trump made these 'rookie mistakes.'
An advisor formulates a bullish thesis on the stock market, then proceeds to swiftly dismantle his reasoning. Why? The FANG stocks.
The GOP health bill failure will hurt Republicans in Congress more than it will touch President Trump, says Jake Novak.