The U.K. has had a tax on stock trades for decades, yet remains one of the world's financial powerhouses. That tax raised is pure gravy for Britain's budget.
The media pay attention to personalities and haven't been attending to Bernie's message—or to its resonance among voters of all stripes.
Both tax plans from the GOP front-runners would either explode the national debt or cut Social Security, Medicare and assistance to the poor.
Republican efforts to stall the nomination of Scalia's replacement until after November defy the Constitution.
American corporations no longer make many products in the U.S. for export. Most of what they sell abroad they make abroad.
Without a Republican Party, nothing stands between us and a veritable "Star Wars" barroom of presidential wannabes.
That American health care is superior to Canadians' is not borne out by evidence.
In the 1980s, the Democrats began taking campaign funding from big corporations, Wall Street and the very wealthy.
Politely countering arguments from hidebound conservative relatives needs a little preparation.
They live in their own separate America and want to elect people who will represent them, not us.
The benefits of corporate citizenship should be removed from any company that abandons America.
The GOP wannabes have a responsibility to calm people with the truth rather than stir them up with lies.
Ridding the world of jihadists should not entail curbing liberties at home.