How is it possible that so many people didn’t know about, or failed to complete applications for, the hospital’s own plan designed to avoid driving people to the poor house?
Stephen Green ambushes Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with the top and bottom stories of the week to get their hottest takes.
During the Trump administration, the media and Democrats spend a lot of time making accusations of Russian collusion in the American political process. Steve Green found it!
A note from an anonymous employee indicates that Apple’s super-sensitive leadership may be using the same old-time manipulation techniques used by less progressive firms.
Should conservatives be more concerned with the violation of these billionaire’s privacy, or the prospect that they pay almost no income tax on their massive earnings?
Nearly every industry has been punished by its reliance on cheap, reliable transportation to get parts to the factory as they’re needed.
Vice President Kamala Harris tries to connect with graduating Sailors and Marines at the U.S. Naval Academy with her pet issues — inclusivity and green energy.
The environmentalist’s electric vehicle Utopian future is entirely reliant on the one thing environmentalists refuse to accept — wide-spread nuclear power generation.
When many people who now hold high-paying jobs find themselves replaced by A.I., how will we cope?
Northwestern University journalist complains that White students fail to make way for him and his Black friends when using the sidewalk. I
Bill Whittle sees in this current conflict in Israel a battle between ancient tribal barbarism and a more humane 21st century way of life.
Walter Russell Mead in The Wall Street Journal says the way to beat China is indirectly — by promoting the ambitions of other Asian nations.
Leftists suddenly discover the value of oil pipelines they have wanted to shut down.