Month: March 2021

Five Facts On Inflation

Inflation has been low in the U.S. for decades. But amid a rebounding economy and a new burst of spending from Washington, some economists are raising concern about the prospect of rising prices. Here are five facts on inflation: The Federal Reserve defines inflation as the “increase in the prices of goods and services over time.” …

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The window for bipartisanship in Washington is narrowing. Don’t let it close.

“To restore the soul and to secure the future of America requires more than words. It requires that most elusive of things in a democracy: Unity.” When President Joe Biden spoke these words in his inaugural address, I hoped he understood that unity would require standing up to the far left of his party and …

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The infrastructure package will be a moment of truth

Over the last few months Washington has seen major legislation travel along two wildly different paths. In late December a bipartisan core of rank-and-file members ushered a $900 billion COVID relief package through Congress despite resistance from leadership. More recently, however, a single-party relief bill was jammed through both houses via reconciliation. The question now …

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Steven Pearlstein Discusses the Left’s ‘Progressive Paradise’ and the Partisanship of Covid Relief

Hear from Steven Pearlstein, who recently wrote his final column for the Washington Post, where he had spent three decades. He devoted his final column to discussing the growing belief on the left that the old rules of economics no longer apply and why he worries that America may learn the hard way, that they …

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The Bible’s wisdom about addressing our political tribalism

It is time to move beyond asking what responsibility former President Trump bears for the attacks on our Capitol building on Jan. 6. That question has now been answered. As Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said after the Impeachment trial, President Trump was “practically and morally responsible” for the attacks and was guilty of …

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