Ramesh Ponnuru, Pioneer Press

Ramesh Ponnuru

Pioneer Press

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Ramesh:

Ramesh Ponnuru: Family-friendly federal policy should be a priority

Why have U.S. birth rates been dropping? → Read More

Trump Blames Extreme Pro-Lifers for Republican Midterm Defeats

Voters punished Republicans more for their close ties to Trump than for their opposition to abortion. → Read More

How Musk Is Beating Trump

A good point from Joshua Green on how Elon Musk has taken away Donald Trump's 'media mojo.' → Read More

How Republicans Plan to Take on ESG

Rep. Andy Barr, a Kentucky Republican on the House Financial Services Committee, has plenty of ideas. → Read More

Ramesh Ponnuru: Strengthen the child tax credit before expanding it

The credit is shrinking in value. Protecting it ought to be the top priority. → Read More

Strengthen the Child Tax Credit Before Expanding It

Supporters of the benefit need to focus on ways to ensure that it retains its value in a period of high inflation. → Read More

All the Single Democratic Ladies

Some context for the voting proclivities of unmarried women. → Read More

The Democrats Now Have a Structural Advantage in the House

Surely progressive complaints that the electoral system is biased against them will get a little quieter, right? → Read More

Trump Is on the Defensive for the First Time in Years

The former president still hasn’t come up with a plausible way to explain why he isn’t responsible for last week’s Republican defeats. → Read More

Ramesh Ponnuru: Republicans have plenty to celebrate

That starts with the record of the Biden administration. → Read More

An Old Myth about Justice Thomas and Affirmative Action

It turns out he never said affirmative action was of ‘paramount importance to me.’ → Read More

Ramesh Ponnuru: The email that every campaign is sending right now

Friend, we haven’t heard from you in a while. → Read More

The Email That Every Campaign Is Sending Right Now

As Election Day draws closer, candidates are getting increasingly desperate to raise money. → Read More

Ramesh Ponnuru: Democrats are focusing on the wrong issues

If Democrats have a catastrophic election, there’s a reason. → Read More

Ramesh Ponnuru: The moral case for higher interest rates

Pay now or pay a higher price later. → Read More

Sorry Slate, the ERA Revival Is a ‘Brazenly Unconstitutional Joke’

Perhaps Susan Matthews and Mark Joseph Stern hope that some gratuitous conservative-bashing will distract their political allies from what they are saying. → Read More

What FDR’s Example Really Shows about the Courts

Jeff Shesol writes that President Biden should follow FDR’s example in fighting the conservative majority on the Supreme Court. → Read More

The Moral Case for Higher Interest Rates

The human toll of unemployment, while severe, must be balanced against the more diffuse costs of ever higher inflation. → Read More

Ramesh Ponnuru: The pro-life movement needs to be realistic

The democratic debate over abortion policy is happening. → Read More

The Pro-Life Movement Needs to Be More Realistic

Opponents of abortion should remember the approach that got them to where they are today: incrementalism. → Read More