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Recent articles by Dominic:

Lufthansa Workers Join the Transportation Strike Wave

Reuters reports that the ground-staff union wants a 9.5 percent raise and will be engaged in a one-day ‘warning strike’ to pursue it. → Read More

Truckers Protesting California’s AB5 Block Port of Oakland

These protests and the resulting economic damage are an unforced error by California’s progressive, Democratic state government. → Read More

Bart Barber Is Elected President of the Southern Baptist Convention

Barber’s victory shows that voting representatives of the Southern Baptist Convention do not believe it is drifting into theological liberalism. → Read More

Caterpillar Moves HQ from Illinois to Texas

Even a company with deep historical ties to a state will eventually move elsewhere if that state become uncompetitive. → Read More

Biden Wants the Highest Top Tax Rates in the Developed World

The president is listening far too closely to his far-left allies. → Read More

Virginia Looking Smarter Than New York on Stadium Subsidies

Virginia state senator Chap Petersen has withdrawn his support for a bill that would have provided taxpayer dollars for a new stadium for an NFL stadium. → Read More

House Republicans Were Right to Vote against More FDA Funding

Rewarding one of the agencies that contributed to the current crisis with more funding as a response to that same crisis is how you guarantee more crises in the future. → Read More

Janet Yellen’s Grotesque Rationalization of Abortion

The Treasury secretary’s comments to the Senate demonstrate progressives’ failure to understand that human beings are assets, not liabilities. → Read More

How a Near Plane Crash Led to a Weather App for Truckers

Paxton Calvanese had a near-death experience due to a change in the weather while flying, and saw an opportunity to make things better for other pilots in the future. → Read More

Part of the Senate’s Purpose Is Protecting Voters from Their Own Stupidity

It seems perfectly in line with the constitutional order to proscribe senators from running for president, even if doing so would limit voters’ choices. → Read More

China Will Bear the Burden of Its Brutal Covid Lockdowns

With the Shanghai lockdowns, the CCP is sending a clear message to the rest of the world: We value our political power and our communist ideology more than your business. → Read More

Rick Scott’s Filing Error

Income taxes' progressive structure discourages work and upward mobility, the exact things that conservatives such as RIck Scott should seek to encourage. → Read More

Utter Nonsense from Biden on Gas Prices

A White House fact sheet on reducing gas prices demonstrates the Democrats’ incoherent energy policy. → Read More

Why Do Americans Wildly Overestimate the Size of Minority Groups?

Failures of curiosity and statistical reasoning lead some to overstate, by a lot, what percentage of Americans are black. → Read More

Manchin Opposes Sarah Bloom Raskin for the Fed

Manchin is not on the Senate Banking Committee, but his opposition means Raskin is unlikely to win confirmation before the whole Senate. → Read More

Buy a Truck If You Want One

An argument that’s gaining popularity among some progressives: Large vehicles are senselessly dangerous, and purchasing one constitutes a grave moral failure. → Read More

Despite Shorter Lines off L.A., Container Ships Find New Places to Get Stuck

The shorter lines do not correspond with overall improvements in the supply-chain situation. → Read More

Kevin Drum Misses the Point

With a simpler tax code, the tax collectors would have less to do, which is better for them and better for us. → Read More

Pelosi’s Strange Comments on Inflation

On both the facts and the logic, Pelosi’s statements on inflation don’t hold up. → Read More

The Ocean Shipping Reform Act Won’t Solve the Supply-Chain Crisis

If the OSRA has any effect at all on port congestion and delays, it might make them worse. → Read More