Opinion & Commentary from The Wall Street Journal.

New York
Joined July 2007
987
146
110
681
An insane conspiracy theory might be as good an explanation as any of how Trump somehow keeps coming to the rescue of the Democrats just as they look to be burying themselves in their own extremism, hypocrisy and unfitness for office, writes @gerardtbaker on.wsj.com/3prQLMo
3
3
0
12
Inflation is like Covid: If it gets loose, it will dominate our politics. It causes great unhappiness but also makes new things possible, writes @HolmanJenkins on.wsj.com/3nk4v9t
3
2
0
16
Public policies that give priority to the interests of lawbreakers only lead to more lawbreaking, and by extension to more economic inequality, writes @jasonrileywsj on.wsj.com/2Zdzlb8
0
3
0
13
Win or lose, Terry McAuliffe has handed the GOP a powerful midterm issue and shown the potency of education, writes @KimStrassel on.wsj.com/3GajYRX
2
6
1
29
A union referendum follows a series of corruption scandals. Direct election may not end corruption, but it can’t do much worse. on.wsj.com/3juhWm2
0
1
0
6
The Biden administration is trying to sell its Build Back Better agenda by demonizing the superwealthy, but that’s just the sales pitch. The actual product is a tax bill sent mostly elsewhere, writes @CliffordAsness on.wsj.com/3C8NHbs
4
8
1
24
Letter to the editor: Community and civic volunteerism is a powerful and essential virtue rooted in the privilege of American citizenry. on.wsj.com/3jsy87i
1
3
0
10
Biden was never Demosthenes, and all Presidents stumble in speech. But his frequent public confusion about the major issues of the day is a reason for the growing public concern. on.wsj.com/3vFU0RE
22
25
5
99
South Dakota has become the target of a false narrative of corruption with the political goal of expanding taxes over generational savings. on.wsj.com/3B6SBoa
1
5
0
5
The public school system weighs on parents, writes Philip Hamburger. It burdens them not simply with poor teaching and discipline, but with political bias, hostility toward religion, and now even sexual and racial indoctrination. on.wsj.com/30UuaxV
9
29
11
76
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen still wants to whack U.S. companies through her global tax deal. And she is planning an end-run around the Constitution to do it. on.wsj.com/3m8jyU0
7
5
3
13
White House handlers shield President Biden from the press as much as possible, and Thursday’s town hall on CNN shows why. on.wsj.com/3jvkTmd
8
15
2
62
The real political goal here is to create a mechanism for triggering audits—probably through an algorithm—so the IRS can rifle through all of a taxpayer’s business and other financial records. on.wsj.com/3nq0xw6
2
10
2
18
If anti-Semitism is the socialism of fools, what to make of anti-Zionism? asks @ElliotKaufman6. It is increasingly in vogue on the left, and throwing its weight around. on.wsj.com/3B6xp1u
4
6
1
9