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“If You Want to Be Stupid, I Can Be Stupid as Well”

Five Things You Need to Read Today 1. He Who Lives by the Federal Waiver Dies by the Federal Waiver The one really clear achievement of the Trump administration has been its anti-regulatory campaign, particularly its stunning reversal of policy at the EPA. I would like to see more of this made permanent by congressional […]

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The Trump Administration’s Regulatory Reprieve

Are President Trump’s constant Twitter fights a distraction from his failures—or from his successes? The answer is a little of both. While everyone is preoccupied with the latest Culture War skirmish started or inflamed on the president’s Twitter feed, their rage and concern is being directed away from some notable failures to achieve his promised […]

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An Economy with a Government

Amid all the controversy surrounding last weekend’s CPAC conference, not enough attention has been paid to Steve Bannon’s articulation there of the Trump administration’s policy of “economic nationalism.” If you were wondering whether Donald Trump is really going to remake the Republican Party in his image, this is a good place to focus your worry, […]

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