Capitalism Promotes Equality

Capitalism Promotes Equality

by Barry Brownstein Highway traffic began to slow outside of Boston as we made our way to the airport. My wife was driving, so I took out my $100 Android phone and opened Google Maps. Google Traffic instantly showed me, in real time, the best route to avoid delays and...
Thoughts on the Cruz Victory

Thoughts on the Cruz Victory

Last night Ted Cruz won the largest number of votes ever cast for a candidate in the history of the Iowa caucuses. Moreover, he did it in an eleven-candidate field. This time a year ago — and six months ago, and three months ago — most of you thought he...
Is Ted Cruz Electable?

Is Ted Cruz Electable?

Letters, I get letters. The other day, I received one that goes roughly like this: I believe in the Buckley Rule, which is that we should nominate the most conservative candidate who can also win the general. I believe Marco can and Cruz can’t. I also get a...
The New(est) War on Cancer

The New(est) War on Cancer

by Patrick Cox In the president’s State of the Union speech, he vowed to cure cancer, likening the effort to a new moonshot. I have no doubt he’s sincere, just as he was sincere when he promised that the Affordable Care Act would reduce healthcare costs without the...