In 1993 President Bill Clinton promised that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) would create “a million [American] jobs in the first 5 years.” He also said NAFTA’s “side agreements” would “make it harder . . .
Alex Nowrasteh is many things. He is the Cato Institute’s senior immigration policy analyst. He is a self-described “radical” open borders advocate. And he is Tucker Carlson’s punching bag. But most importantly, Alex Nowrasteh is . . .
Remember when Bill Kristol said the Iraq War would last two months? It (officially) lasted nine years and cost Americans over $2 trillion—and we’re still there. How about when Kristol boldly stated that Barack Obama . . .
Had I as many souls as there be stars, I’d give them all for Mephistophilis. ~Doctor Faustus Spectators claim that Satan himself appeared on stage during the opening performance of Christopher Marlowe’s play Doctor Faustus . . .
On July 15 President Trump tweeted: the European Union is America’s “foe” because of “what they do to us in trade.” The European Council President Donald Tusk frantically responded: Europe and America are the “best . . .
Last month Harley-Davidson announced that it would move production for its European customers overseas, in order to avoid the European Union’s (E.U.) new import duties. President Trump slammed the move, and accused the company of . . .
Remittances Sent by Illegal Immigrants Cost America $30 Billion Annually The year is 1788. Paris. The air is heavy with the scent of impending revolution. Some praise the king in hushed whispers, others shout “Liberté! . . .
the wisdom of irony The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) is not democratic—it’s barely even a republic. The same goes for the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic . . .
Understanding Karl Marx on Free Trade What do David Ricardo, Ben Shapiro, and Karl Marx have in common? They’re all free traders. No, this is not a tongue-in-cheek jab designed to smear Ricardo or Marx. . . .
According to The Hill, a new study shows that “isolationist trade policies” could cut $2 trillion from America’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 2022. As such, President Trump’s tariffs will not make America great again—they . . .