America’s leading economist of urban life says a return to the workplace is crucial, especially for the young.
The Weekend Interview
Judge Douglas Ginsburg was Reagan’s second choice after Robert Bork’s nomination failed. He says criticism of Justice Alito’s draft opinion reflects constitutional ignorance.
How to revive U.S. vitality and confidence? Economists John Cogan and Kevin Warsh offer a way to think about what made the country prosperous. Pay attention to the ‘three I’s’—ideas, individuals and institutions.
When Elizabeth Warren denounced energy CEOs, Toby Rice, the head of the largest U.S. natural gas producer wasn’t about to roll over.
He reflects on logistics, economics and lessons from building ‘the largest transportation system ever put on the planet.’
The playwright won’t play along with woke signaling, talismanic masking or deference to petty tyrants.
Bill Browder, the man behind the Magnitsky Act, says he’s surprised and delighted with the strength of the West’s sanctions: ‘I was a lone voice for 10 years.’
Matt Pottinger, an architect of Trump’s security strategy, sees Ukraine as analogous to Korea, a ‘hot opening salvo’ in a global conflict between the free world and a bloc of dictatorships.
After invading Ukraine, Putin is now president of ‘North Korea on the Volga,’ says Edward Fishman, an expert on sanctions.
Robert Service, a leading historian of Russia, says Moscow will win the war but will lose the peace and fail to subjugate Ukraine. How Putin could be deposed.
When debt grows so much that people don’t believe the Treasury will pay it, they sell their bonds and buy other things, sending prices through the roof.
Anthony Kronman grew up in an atheist household. Now he’s determined to convince American elites of the existence of ‘divinity.’
The trend toward idleness has been years in the making, says the author of ‘Men Without Work.’ That’s an ill omen for the economy and the culture.
The state’s surgeon general, Joseph Ladapo, on his advice against tests for the asymptomatic, his opposition to vaccination mandates, and life in Los Angeles under lockdown.
The Ukraine situation reminds Cold War historian Sergey Radchenko of the Berlin crisis of 1958-61.
Consumers flush with cash and pandemic restrictions combined to drive demand for goods through the roof. Economist Phil Levy doesn’t see a return to normal until at least 2023.
The left wants to win, he says, but ‘I’m not sure anymore what our side wants.’ That’s a big part of what drew him to Trump.
The novelist discusses the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and urban elites’ illiberal attitudes toward those who live between the East and West coasts.
From suicide prevention to infection tracking, the U.S. military is applying the latest technology to a host of medical challenges.
The First? The Second? No, the 14th—the basis for every claim against a state government for violating individual rights. Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick say it’s time to assert its original meaning.