by Hussein Aboubakr Mansour
July 11, 2022
General strike in Tunisia prompts warnings of imminent social tension
The ultra-Orthodox parties are more concerned about ultranationalist lawmaker Itamar Ben Gvir, who appears to enjoy growing popularity among their voters, than anti-clerical politicians like Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Finance Minister Avigdor Liberman.
If new elections are called this week, the opposition Joint List will be hard pressed to convince its electorate it has its own agenda worth supporting.
Brad Littlejohn | National Affairs
As conservatives today confront unhappy election results, along with rampant atheism and fanaticism in the halls of power, it's time they learned anew from John Jay's serene confidence and tireless labors to give a fractured nation a new lease on life.
Paul H. Kupiec | Hill
Assigning the Fed more mandates, especially ones as politically charged as combating climate change, implementing an “equity” agenda, and designing and issuing a new retail Federal Reserve digital dollar, would guarantee it fails on its primary task of achieving price stability with maximum employment.