In the WSJ, Greg Ip says don’t fear the automation apocalypse.
In the WSJ, Sam Goldfarb and Ben Eisen discuss the array of fears stirring up markets.
The WSJ reports Gary Cohn is unlikely to be named Fed Chair.
The WSJ reports Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer will step down.
In The Federalist, Jimmy Sengenberger says Congress should eliminate loopholes to broaden the base in conjunction with cutting rates and reducing brackets.
In The American Spectator, Andrew B. Wilson and Rex Sinquefield discuss how crony capitalism thrives.
In National Review, Michael Tanner explains why hurricanes are bad for the economy.
Investor’s Business Daily reports Congress is working fast – to spend more money.
From Forbes.com, Sally Pipes tells us what single-payer advocates don’t want us to know.