Commentary

EDITORIAL: Staying at home can carry a high medical price tag By: Las Vegas Review-Journal The debate about whether coronavirus lockdowns did more harm than good is well underway. But there can be little disputing that the stay-at-home recommendations created their own set of problems. It’s no secret...

America’s biopharmaceutical industry dwarfs most other economic sectors. It’s one of our nation’s single biggest job creators, supporting close to a million positions across the country. And its products save countless lives each year. Yet for some reason, politicians in both parties seem determined to snuff...

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pitches himself to American voters as a reasonable and pragmatic centrist. But he's stocked his campaign team with some of the Democratic party's most prominent—and extreme—left-wingers. Last month, Biden announced the creation of several policy task forces designed to bring the...

By Henry I. Miller, M.S, M.D. and Andrew I. Fillat With the world in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic, most of the short-term focus is now on how to avoid surges of infections and get the economy functioning so people can go back to work. Hindsight...

The economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic has prompted the biggest spending spree in American history. The House of Representatives just passed an additional relief package worth $3 trillion. That's on top of $2.2 trillion in spending that Congress and the president green-lit in...