If New York's problems were caused by a tidal wave, an earthquake, or a hurricane, Americans would help as generously as they have always helped victims of unavoidable disasters. New York's troubles, however, are of its own making. Nine out of the … [Read more...] about NEW YORK DEFAULT?
Why in the world did Henry Kissinger go to Red China? If it be said that his principal function was to prepare the way for President Ford's visit later this year, then the same question can be asked about that trip. Certainly they cannot be trying to … [Read more...] about KISSINGER IN CHINA
Early this year, 34 key scientists, ten of them Nobel prize winners, signed a manifesto attesting to the urgency and importance of nuclear power as "a clean, inexpensive and inexhaustible domestic fuel." They added: "We can see no reasonable … [Read more...] about NUCLEAR ENERGY
One of the unfortunate social results of inflation is the quarrels it has instigated among different groups of American citizens. City dwellers blame the farmers and middlemen for high food prices. Farmers blame the unions for the high cost of what … [Read more...] about RESTAURANT PRICES
Unemployment in the United States today is the highest in 35 years. There is no way the Federal Government can provide any significant number of the jobs needed, and the current trauma in New York City shows that we cannot look to states or cities … [Read more...] about INVESTMENT CAPITAL