Commentary

By Henry I. Miller, M.S., M.D. and Andrew I. Fillat The Supreme Court has agreed to hear two more cases challenging the use of race as a criterion in college admissions, as has allegedly happened at Harvard University (a private institution) and the University of North...

The pandemic has laid bare a crisis we’ve ignored for far too long — our chronic doctor shortage. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, the United States faces a shortfall of up to 124,000 physicians over the next decade. This is a supply problem,...

The Affordable Care Act will notch its 12th birthday later this month. To get the measure through Congress and to President Obama's desk for his signature, Democrats had to cut one of progressives' signature proposals—a public health insurance option. But the public option didn't die all...

By Wayne Winegarden and Kerry Jackson California Assemblymember Alex Lee should have studied Europe’s experiences before introducing his wealth tax proposal. Had he done so, he never would have introduced Assembly Bill 2289 that, if adopted, would impose 1% annual tax rate on couples with net worths...

In his State of the Union address last week, U.S. President Biden renewed his call for prescription drug price controls. He didn't argue for the policy on the merits. Instead, he tried to tug on our heartstrings by relaying the story of a 13-year-old boy with...

By Chris Carr Pat Brown, California’s governor from 1959 to 1967, helped make the University of California the world’s pre-eminent public university system. In 1970 he said that he had given “the highest priority to education, because I felt the greatness of California would depend upon...