Hoover Institution fellow Victor Davis Hanson discusses his recent book The Case for Trump, and notes that this past election was a matter of the forgotten masses of rural America revolting against the arrogance of the ruling elite.
Hoover Institution fellow Thomas Sowell says just because there are biases does not mean the biases cause disparities. And, Sowell notes that facts in the world of reality raise the crucial question as to whether the redistribution of income or wealth can actually be done.
Hoover Institution fellow John Yoo discusses the Foreign Agents Registration Act violations that the DOJ is reportedly looking into concerning the lobbying work that Greg Craig performed for the Ukrainian president in 2012 -- a case initially probed by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Hoover Institution John Yoo discusses the constitutionality of changing the Electoral College and notes that if the Electoral College is racist then our whole constitution is racist. Yoo notes that the Civil War and the three amendments after the Civil War, should have wiped out the original sin of racism that many people claim when criticizing the US.
State and local governments all around the country have failed to set aside enough money to pay for the pensions they have promised to workers in the public sector. They’re also making unrealistic assumptions about their future investment returns, further risking their budgets and the ability to pay for promised pension benefits. Confronting the true cost of future pension payments would force state and local governments to save more now and prevent budget problems in the future.