The Journal of Commerce celebrates a birthday, its 160th, Sept. 1. That makes it by far the oldest b
As the United States has become the world's largest debtor nation, some observers have questioned wh
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THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES effectively voted this week not to abandon $10 billion in national asse

That, in a nutshell, is the question behind the Federal Communication
CREDENTIALISM IS RAPIDLY reaching epidemic proportions. Ability, skill and experience, it seems, cou
MINIMUM WAGES ARE out of fashion in the free-market environment of the 1980s. But as Congress debate
A pension plan time bomb is ticking in our economy that has led to ill- conceived legislation being
Of the various elements of today's economic scene, three are of major importance not only for the tr
Enacting a trade bill will not cure the trade deficit. Even avid proponents of trade legislation exp
FOR UNDERSTANDING amid confusion, humans often lean on the crutch of history.

The bitter pol
WILL SAIPAN BE the next Hong Kong?

That unlikely prospect is the latest worry of the U.S. cl
Our planet is suffocating from an overdose of humbug.

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As the free trade talks between Canada and the United States drag on, doubters on both sides of the