is easily Investor's Business Daily. IBD publishes easy to read editorials that tout the benefits of Capitalism and Free Markets. A sampling:
Media Bias: A recent Washington Post headline blandly suggested: "It's time to give socialism a try." Sadly, Elizabeth Bruenig, the writer of this piffle, doesn't seem to be too well-acquainted with the headlines these days. Where there's socialism, there's only misery.
Employment: The February gain in jobs — 313,000 — was impressive on a number of levels. But it also confirms something we've been saying for some time: We aren't anywhere near full employment.
Russia Scandal: For weeks, official Washington and many voters have wondered: Why has there been no official investigation of the Justice Department and the FBI for their apparent misconduct in applying to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to spy on the Trump campaign in 2016? Now we know: Quietly, an investigation has already begun.
Gun Control: During a keynote speech in Washington, D.C., Barack Obama started talking about guns, and repeated the completely bogus claim that Parkland, Fla., was the 18th school shooting this year. It's hardly the first time Obama has peddled blatant falsehoods to push gun control.
Big Government: Democrats have a new plan to win over voters in November. Instead of letting taxpayers keep the money they're getting from Trump's tax cuts, they want government to spend $1 trillion of it on wasteful government projects.
Wages: On Monday, CaliBurger started its newest "employee," a learning robot that can cook 150 hamburgers an hour. Flippy doesn't just flip hamburgers, he exposes why raising the minimum-wage hurts workers.