Is Right About The Middle Class, But Her Ideas Would Make It Worse

Opinion | Milton Ezrati
Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee member Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) questions Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill June 10, 2014 in Washington, DC. Cordray was delivering the CFPB semi-annual report. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

More government favoritism would just tilt the playing field more.

Is Inequality Worth Fixing?

Opinion | Jim Huffman

Would you really want to get rid of the incentives that create innovative companies, and MLB sluggers?

Report: Thomas Piketty 'Cherry Picked' Data In His Book Critiquing Capitalism

Business | Breanna Deutsch

It’s full of ‘mistakes and unexplained entries’

Equality! DOJ says boys' baseball field is nicer than girls' field, must die

Education | Robby Soave

‘I can’t believe we are tearing something down as opposed to building something’

President Obama is Mister Inequality

Opinion | Ken Blackwell

‘Never before was so much said by so few that was so hurtful to so many.’

Fed's QE policy imposes $360 billion tax on savers

Business | Neil Munro

The tax creates multi-trillion-dollar stimulus, fattening Wall Street and hastening inequality

World's worst librarian wants nine-year-old kid to stop winning reading contests

Education | Eric Owens

‘Other kids quit because they can’t keep up’

A tale of inequality in the rainforest

Opinion | Max Borders

In honor of Milton Friedman on what would be his 100th birthday.

Freedom vs. fairness: Will America succumb to the politics of envy?

Opinion | Andrew Wilson

There is a new obsession in American political life — a rising concern over the issue of “fairness.” But how fair is “fair”?

The inequality myth

Opinion | James Poulos

America’s inequality isn’t measured in income. It’s measured in independence.