Republicans in Congress appear to be at an impasse in their efforts to reform health care programs.
Much has been rightly said about recent attacks on conservative, libertarian, and other non-leftist speakers on college and university campuses around the country.
Elizabeth and Ed Clarke were incredibly brave and willing to sacrifice. They were courageous: Speaking out against communism and socialism in the 1960s and 1970s was not popular.
Last week, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Janet Yellen was awarded the Radcliffe Medal at Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. At a lunch in Yellen’s honor, Lizabeth Cohen, dean of the institute, praised the Fed chair’s “steadfast commitment to robust growth” and the way the she “steers our economy,” guided by the philosophy of her Yale mentor, Keynesian economist James Tobin.