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James Freeman

Wall Street Journal

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by James:

Fly Me to the Swamp

Washington is the hot destination for ‘protest tourism.’ → Read More

Businesses Offer Higher Wages, but Who Will Accept Them?

Latest NFIB employment survey shows a continuing labor shortage. → Read More

Pelosi and Florida

Whenever it’s time to hand over the gavel, why not head to the Sunshine State? → Read More

How Many Cuomo Brothers Work at CNN?

News outlets treated the politician like family. → Read More

Biden’s Partisan Pandemic History

The President wastes another opportunity to lead on Covid. → Read More

The Biden Era of Greed?

Democrats’ inflation excuses lead to inconvenient conclusions. → Read More

‘One More at the Table’

High prices and shortages challenge consumers and food pantries, but the joy of Thanksgiving remains in abundance. → Read More

Do Not Talk About Flight Club

Coastal columnists still don’t like explaining why Californians are fleeing to Texas. → Read More

President Biden and American Gratitude

Why hasn’t the White House announced a posthumous Medal of Honor for Alwyn Cashe yet? → Read More

Comrade Omarova vs. Margaret Thatcher

Some aspiring apparatchiks will say anything to seize power. → Read More

The Unhappy Customers of California

Another day, another government-imposed hassle in La La Land. → Read More

Biden at the Bridge

White House math on infrastructure funding foreshadows disappointing results. → Read More

A Buffalo Saber to the Socialist Heart

Leftists discover their ideas aren’t popular. → Read More

Who Will Get Blamed for Wasted Infrastructure Spending?

Buttigieg and Harris well positioned to evade accountability. → Read More

The Congressional Hypocrisy Caucus

Sanders and Warren negotiate a potential tax cut for themselves; a new analysis finds the House bill raises taxes on many middle-income earners. → Read More

When Veterans Come Home

Does their service ever end? → Read More

Mason-Dixon Poll: Americans Still Don’t Like Court-Packing

A new survey finds voters also don’t think much of Biden’s commission on the Supreme Court. → Read More

New Infrastructure Law: Biggest Investment in Climate Until Next Week

U.S. emissions have plunged, but green subsidies will soar. → Read More

The Obama Lesson Democrats Try to Forget

Midterm voters will not reward lawmakers for enacting costly priorities of the left. → Read More

The ‘Hilarious’ Unreality of Bidenomics

The president casts his policies as shockingly effective; his energy secretary laughs at the idea of increasing U.S. oil supplies. → Read More