Hoover Daily Report
Analysis and Commentary
Analysis and Commentary

Obama and the Malleability of History

by Victor Davis Hansonvia Tribune Media Services
Wednesday, December 16, 2009

In pursuit of noble goals, Obama ignobly twists the truth. . . .

Analysis and Commentary

The End of the Education Debate

by Chester E. Finn Jr. with Caroline M. Hoxbyvia National Affairs
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The education-reform debate as we have known it for a generation is creaking to a halt . . . .

Analysis and Commentary

Your Stimulus Dollar$ at Work

by Bill Whalenvia Bill Whalen: Politi-Cal
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Here’s proof that sometimes there’s no escaping Washington, no matter how far off the beaten path one travels. . . .

Analysis and Commentary

Dead Men Walking

by Niall Fergusonvia Foreign Policy
Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Why 2009's truly top thinkers are yesterday's news. . . .

Interviews
Interviews

How Big is Too Big to Fail?

with George P. Shultzvia News Hour
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Paul Solman talks to economist George Shultz about the merging of large, naitonal banks and how that could impact the idea that some companies are too big to fail. . . .

In the News
In the News

How Does a Pie Thrown in the Face Sound?

by Lisa Miller with Annelise Anderson, Martin Andersonvia Hoover Archivists' Musings (blog)
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Is it a thwack or more of a splat? . . .

In the News

Is Deregulation to Blame?

with John B. Taylorvia Claremont Institute
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

John B. Taylor's slim collection of essays was rushed to market, but we should be thankful that it was. . . .

In the News

Recession Raises Economy Watcher's Profile

with Robert E. Hallvia Street
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

From a small office between the campuses of Harvard and MIT, a coterie of influential economists at the National Bureau of Economic Research serves as the official arbiter of when these woeful business cycles begin and end. . . .

In the News

World counts true cost of the rescue

with Niall Fergusonvia Financial Times
Monday, December 14, 2009

After a near-death experience, many of the world’s leading banks discovered in 2009 that there was life after the global financial crisis. . . .