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Dominic Pino

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Past articles by Dominic:

What Do We Want from Bank Regulation?

Until we change the way we regulate, expect big banks to keep getting bigger. → Read More

Paul Tucker Breaks Down the Changing World Order

A Capital Writing interview with the author of Global Discord. → Read More

Jim Boeheim Done as Syracuse Men’s Basketball Coach

All told, he was part of Syracuse basketball in one way or another for about 60 years. → Read More

Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh Stepping Down

Walsh is stepping down from the Biden administration to become executive director of the NHL Players’ Association. → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: Reagan and the Debt Limit

Grover Norquist writes about Ronald Reagan, and Judge Glock covers the debt-limit fight. → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: The Fed, the Coin, and the IRS

Check out Capital Matters today for offerings from Steve Hanke, Caleb Hofmann, Jon Hartley, Jackson Mejia, and Jim Harper. → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: ESG and the Fed

It’s a Fed-focused Monday over on Capital Matters. → Read More

Railroad Companies Aren’t So Evil After All

Freight-rail workers are getting more sick benefits, no thanks to grandstanding politicians. → Read More

Survey: 0 Percent of Black Georgia Voters Had a Poor Voting Experience

Zero percent of black voters in Georgia said they had a poor experience voting, and 72.6 percent of black voters said their voting experience was excellent, almost identical to the 72.7 percent of white voters who said so. → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: School Choice and a Special Section

Alexander William Salter covers school choice in Texas, and Capital Matters has a special section in the February 6 print edition. → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: ESG and Taxes

Russ Greene reviews former BlackRock executive Terrence Keeley’s book, ‘Sustainable.’ → Read More

Matt Lewis Podcast on Edmund Burke

A conversation about Burke’s life, his relevance to today’s politics, and what it means to be an elected representative. → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: Tax Relief and ESG

What can the Senate do for tax relief? → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: Adam Smith 300, and the Trillion-Dollar Coin

Capital Matters kicks off the series Adam Smith 300, a year-long celebration of his tricentennial, and looks at the idea of the trillion-dollar coin. → Read More

Population-Bombers Are Going Extinct

The 60 Minutes segment with Paul Ehrlich might be a sign that his hard-core alarmism is dying off. → Read More

The GOP House Infighting Is Fine

It’s not the end of the world if a legislative chamber takes a few days, or weeks or months if needed, to elect an officer. → Read More

The Right Way to Do Foreign Sports in the U.S.

Major League Cricket will succeed if it avoids the demands for conformity that soccer proselytizers often employ. So far, it seems to be doing so. → Read More

Samuel Gregg Is Optimistic about America

“The power of those ideas that lie at the heart of the American experiment in ordered liberty ideas of universal import,” says Samuel Gregg in an interview. → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: Phillips Curve and Permitting

Alex Salter writes about the Phillips curve and Ben Zycher covers a possible permitting-reform deal. → Read More

Today in Capital Matters: Government Financial Data

Marc Joffe writes about ways to limit government waste. → Read More