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Making college affordable and responsive to student needs has to be about more than adding middle managers with new titles. Activists would be wise to focus on changing the incentives that lead to scarcity of opportunity in the first place.
Although long-term savings are expected on paper from the ACA’s Medicare productivity adjustment factor, this yearly cut in hospital payments will eventually lead to losses, making it unsustainable over time.
Even if the vetting process were perfect, it does not account for the more than 1 in 10 refugees who may not be ISIS operatives, but are ISIS sympathizers – and thus potential ISIS recruits down the line.
Xi Jinping’s summit with Ma Ying-jeou shows that China may have changed tactics, but it is still committed as ever to pressuring Taiwan back into the fold.
According to legend, if not actual historians, Harold Macmillan was once asked what he most feared could derail his agenda. The British prime minister allegedly said, “Events, my dear boy, events.” Macmillan may never have actually said it, but the quote endures because it gets at a fundamental truth of politics (and life). Facts on the ground can deliver a fatal blow to one’s most cherished plans. The line kept coming to mind as I listened to President Obama’s remarkable news conference Monday from the G-20 meeting in Turkey.
Conservatives should be appalled by the implications of Trump’s signature policy — because of what his deportation force might accidentally do to US citizens.
Democrats attack Republicans as shills for big business, then Democrats go out and approve billions in corporate welfare while raking in the lobbyist cash. The case of the Export-Import Bank is another example of the status quo.
| National Review
If history serves as any guide, Hillary Clinton’s calls for price controls in the pharmaceutical industry, which made an appearance in the first Clinton election to win the presidency, will wreak havoc on the pharmaceutical sector of the U.S. stock market.