Color me not upset that the Triangle--for now--will have to do without light rail..
It turns out that the GAO report badly misunderstood how the market was actually working.
How did that happen you might ask?
This is so true. Nice job by Kevin Williamson.
Which is to say: The things that make people want to put czars in charge of complicated and intractable problems are also the things that make it a terrible idea to put czars in charge of complicated and intractable problems.
Most Americans don't know this.
What is the government's primary function? If you look at the debates that rage each year when the president's budget comes out, you'd think it was defense spending. Or food stamps. Or cancer research. Or student loans.
One less thing to panic about.
Victor Davis Hanson makes wonderful use of "When that did not work".
Coincidence? You decide.
Myron Scholes, Nobel Laureate in economics, argues that the recent inversion of the yield curve that is scaring everybody probably shouldn't.
Who'd thunk it?
(This is why I predict, as soon as the Democratic nominee is chosen, months upon months of "woke" stuff will disappear down the memory hole as the nominee tacks hard to the center.)
Today’s Democratic Party is increasingly perceived as dominated by its “woke” left wing. But the views of Democrats on social media often bear little resemblance to those of the wider Democratic electorate.