is Investors Business Daily. IBD prints easy-to-read editorials that show the obvious benefits of Free Markets and Capitalism. A sampling:
Economy: The economy racked up another dubious achievement in January, when personal income suffered the biggest drop in 20 years and disposable income suffered its biggest decline in more than 50.
Press Bias: "WoodwardGate" is snowballing into a Washington press corps obsession. But all Bob Woodward did was report facts, and he is among numerous journalists threatened by this White House.
Guns: An Illinois court has ruled that the Second Amendment means what it says and has ordered the state legislature to adopt a law by June that lets citizens bear arms in self-defense, not just keep them.
Homeland Insecurity: The attorney general says the threat from local jihadists is now worse than terrorist plots hatched overseas. He warned Americans not to grow "complacent." Tell it to the media.
Energy: How do you keep the power on when the wind won't blow and the sun won't shine? As California has discovered, it's a problem that's neither easy nor cheap to solve in the brave new world of renewables.
Budget: Even before sequestration hits, the administration has been releasing hundreds of illegal aliens scheduled for deportation, jeopardizing public safety in a demagogic attempt to scare us into not cutting spending.
Politics: Here's a pretty good sign that President Obama is losing the sequester fight: Even his best friends in the press are starting to chafe at the desperate and deceptive warnings coming from him and his administration