“From 2010 through 2018, U.S. Soccer paid our women $34.1 million in salaries and game bonuses and we paid our men $26.4 million.”
Economy & Business
The CBO’s best guess is that 17 million workers would see higher pay while 1.3 million would lose their employment.
Fewer than a quarter of Americans reside on this quadrant of the political chart. But they’re more than a rounding error; grant them that.
Beware the stories of “real people” in political debates and of the emotionally charged anecdote.
Over the long run, revenue-neutrality seems unlikely to hold because it is easier to raise a tax that already exists than to create one that…
The Editors discuss the tyrannical proposals of Kamala Harris, the never-ending harassment of a Christian baker, and the implications of Trump’s Mexico tariffs.
Bernie Sanders says nothing about China on his website. Neither do Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Beto O’Rourke, Cory Booker, or Kirsten Gillibrand.
After eleven rounds of negotiations lasting almost one year, China and the U.S. were supposed to be reaching the finish line this month. Instead, the…
In previous centuries, it was common for prices to grow by double digits in one year and to fall at a similar rate just a…
On the Upper West Side, some animals are more equal than others.
Ross Douthat discusses the conservative debate on family income.
It’s been a matter of debate why wage growth has been so slow during the recovery, until recently. This New York Times piece suggests the…
Are we seeing a “fresh wave of populism” in this data, or a longstanding skepticism about our system?
As is typical with cronyism, the law creates diffuse costs and concentrated benefits.