is easily Investor's Business Daily. IBD prints easy-to-read editorials that show the benefits of free markets and Capitalism. A sample:
Corruption: The Democrats have complained that the Benghazi hearings have been a partisan exercise. They easily forget that the White House's attempt to cover up the cause of the Benghazi attacks is as partisan as it gets.
The Law: The Justice Department declined to file charges against IRS enforcer Lois Lerner, who singled out Tea Party groups for scrutiny on political grounds. With no accountability, it's now open season on dissidents.
Medical Overhaul: Open enrollment for ObamaCare plans starts in less than a week, and the administration is seriously downplaying what to expect. And for good reason, since the program is in worse shape than ever.
Politics: After obstructing probes for years, Hillary Clinton testified to the House Benghazi Committee that the hearing was politicized. It was about politics, all right: How her politics trumped competence in office.
Economics: Those struggling to explain stagnant middle-class wages and sluggish economic growth may be overlooking a key ingredient — fewer people are getting married. That's the finding of a new study.
War On Cops: As President Obama's ex-chief of staff blames "fetal"-position police for growing violent crime, another cop murder explains why officers may be backing off high-crime areas. They're afraid for their lives.
Entitlements: At least Bernie Sanders is an honest liberal, er, socialist. On ABC's "This Week," Sanders admitted that to pay for all his freebies for the middle class, he'll have to tax — you guessed it — the middle class.