The New York Times has hired conservative (but anti-Trump) ex-Wall Street Journal opinion writers Bret Stephens and Bari Weiss, and now The Washington Post has responded in kind.
Oh, look. It's Megan "Jane Galt" McArdle, excitedly tweeting <a href="http://editors.talkingpointsmemo.com/archives/2013/05/why_gop_scandal_mongers_cant_have_nice_things.php?ref=fpblg">a completely discredited story.</a>
We are hearing far too much of this from our elite news media: And the fact is that the American people, who want all the benefits and want the free lunch, and don't want a single gray hair on the beautiful head of Social Security or
Here we go with the waaaaahmbulance over Wall Street bonuses. Poor Wall Streeters. Poor, poor babies. After reading Thomas Frank's newest book, "Pity the Billionaire", let me just answer Megan McArdle's title question from a post on Wednesday. She
Matt Taibbi has done a stellar job of researching and really digging down into the causes of the Wall Street meltdown. When Megan McArdle faces off with him over whether Goldman Sachs deserves to face criminal charges for their participation,
Matt Taibbi has a new article on Rolling Stone on the recent hearings in the U.S. Senate and whether or not Goldman Sachs executives should be facing criminal trials or not in the wake of ongoing investigations into their part in the financial