Climate Change Can't Excuse Electric Car Subsidies

Opinion | Alan Reynolds

Do the math: Personal vehicles account for 18.7 percent of U.S. greenhouse gases, U.S. greenhouse gases are 16 percent of the world total.

Karl Marx on Obama's jobs plan

Feature:Opinion | Alan Reynolds

The president’s plan is so irresponsible that even Marx would object.

GE's Immelt on the hot seat

Editorial | Larry Kudlow

Can Obama’s new advisor shine a light on corporate tax cuts?

The Business of America Is Business

op-ed | Larry Kudlow

Profits up, rates down, tax cuts, and a stock rally. Things are looking up.

Alan Blinder and Mark Zandi's Keynesian black box

Opinion | Alan Reynolds

We should have learned from the White House’s reliance on Mr. Zandi’s forecasts in January 2009 that magical “multipliers” yanked from some forecaster’s black box are evidence of nothing

Obama stumbled on Wall Street

Opinion | Alan Reynolds

Do threats of tighter regulations and higher taxes on banks sound like a way to increase lending? President Obama seems to think so

A bone to pick with Bartlett on federal spending

Opinion | Alan Reynolds and Benjamin Zycher

Former White House official’s arguments against federal spending limit don’t stand up

Tyler Cowen’s uneasy case for managed care

Opinion | Alan Reynolds

I am usually a big fan of George Mason University’s innovative economist Tyler Cowen. But something peculiar seems to come over free-market fans when they start writing for The New York Times

The truth about health insurance premiums and profits

Opinion | Alan Reynolds

The president’s health insurance proposals hoped to use stern command-and-control techniques to run the health insurance system