By Fred Siegel | 08/21/14 06:55 PM
The virtue of disruption, academics and observers argue, is that it gives African Americans a crisis with which to bargain. But after 50 years, what has this bargain achieved, except to cultivate a community that excels in resentment?
By Jared Meyer | 08/14/14 04:41 PM
A proposed federal food safety rule would drastically increase costs for American onion farmers and consumers, without any improvement in public safety.
By Diana Furchtgott-Roth | 08/07/14 05:10 PM
My adventure with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration began May 28, when a high school senior rammed into the side of my 1995 Jeep. I learned not only how strong was my Jeep, but how totally inefficient is Maryland's Department of Motor Vehicles.
By Nicole Gelinas | 07/31/14 06:52 PM
Ending "too big to fail" doesn't just require Congress to make a better banking law. It has to do with us, and weaning Americans from their addiction to debt.
By James R. Copland | 07/24/14 06:40 PM
On June 30, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued new rules clarifying the duties of proxy advisory firms that guide institutional investors voting their equity shares. Left unresolved by the SEC is an April rulemaking petition by business groups that asked the agency to reconsider its...
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