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Bill Whalen talks about CPAC, Scott Walker, and Jeb Bush.
Lanhee Chen discusses what America’s relationship is like with Israel today with what it would have been had Romney won in 2012.
Ed Lazear talks about the Department of Homeland Security Funding bill that was recently passed.
John Cochrane talks about the current Healthcare issues.
The issue: When the congressional budget office "scores" legislation, figuring out how much it will raise or lower tax revenue and spending, it has been using "static" scoring.
My piece in today’s Wall Street Journal “A Recovery Waiting to Be Liberated,” starts with data showing that economic growth last year was in the end disappointing again.
Barack Obama’s foreign policy will go down in U.S. history as one of the most dangerously inept ever.
Democrats have a penchant for falling in love with their presidential nominees. But Republicans have tended to line up behind the one candidate with the most money and organization.
Bad government policy has kept the economy caged. Here’s how to spur growth quickly.
New figures indicate that about 11 million people have signed up for health insurance during this latest sign-up period of Obamacare, of which about half will be from the uninsured population, based on previous estimates.