Black unemployment falls to lowest level on record
Heather Long, Washington Post
Black unemployment fell to 6.8 percent in December, the lowest ever recorded by the U.S. Labor Department since it began tracking the black unemployment rate in 1972.
Great Moments In Single Payer: Britain Cancels 50,000 Surgeries
Ed Morrissey, Hot Air
The UK’s vaunted single-payer system has collapsed into “third world” conditions, thanks to a lack of resources that has ambulances unable to pick up patients, who would find difficulty in getting an empty bed at a hospital.
Is the free market really so hated?
George Melloan, CapX
Sanders and Corbyn’s politics involves little more than pie-in-the-sky promises.
Reining in Regulations Will Make Americans Richer
Daniel J. Mitchell, FEE
If the current deregulatory momentum is sustained, the United States will rise in rankings and Americans will be richer.