Advertisement
God's Hand on America God's Hand on America God's Hand on America

Archive for ‘economy’

Why Most Americans Love the Police

Angry protestors want to turn public sentiment against the police, but their ugly tactics remind all sane observers how much we need the cops. Rioting, looting, arson, Molotov cocktails, graffiti and vandalism demonstrate how vulnerable...

Read More

Could It Be We’re Over-Reacting?

With normal life increasingly disrupted by the terrifying COVID-19 pandemic, millions of skeptical Americans wonder whether we could, possibly, be over-reacting. A new poll from NPR and the PBS News Hour shows only 40% of Republicans and...

Read More

For One Industry, Pandemic Damage May Be Permanent

The COVID-19 pandemic has inflicted disastrous damage on numerous businesses, but for one industry that harm may prove permanent. Many movie theaters have shut down temporarily, others limit ticket sales to ensure that empty seats separate...

Read More

Blaming the Billionaires

An angry New York Times column by Anand Giridharadas—a committed Sanders-nista—expresses the envious rage that drives Senator Bernie’s campaign. The author says the most important question for candidates is whether—at the end of...

Read More

The Question That Will Decide the Election

In the 1980 presidential debate, Ronald Reagan secured his landslide by asking the American people: “Are you better off than you were four years ago?” Today, Congressional Republicans can turn the tide in a close midterm...

Read More

Trump Deserves Credit for the Strong Economy

Why do public opinion surveys show discontent with President Trump’s handling of the economy at a time of record highs in the stock market and record lows in unemployment? The new Gallup Poll gives Trump his highest ratings on the...

Read More

Underrated Presidents, Good Times?

Beyond his legislative failures, despite his futile feuds with professional athletes, GOP senators and members of his own Cabinet, in the face of feeble poll numbers and relentless condemnation from prestigious commentators, President...

Read More

How Video Games Shrink the Workforce

New Research from Princeton and the University of Chicago provides fresh perspective on the painful problems of young men between the ages of 21 and 30 with less than a four-year college degree. A full 22 percent of them did no work at all...

Read More

Brexit: Deferred Benefits, Immediate Damage

Within days after the close “Brexit” vote to leave the European Union, there’s evidence of second thoughts among portions of the British public, with demonstrations to protest the decision, petitions to reconsider it, and efforts by...

Read More

Medhead

Listen Commercial FREE  |  On-Demand
Login Join
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Follow Michael

Subscribe to Medved's Newsletter