Joe Biden and the danger of a conventional wisdom foreign policy

Writer Peter Hitchens has it exactly right when he notes, “Conventional wisdom is almost always wrong. By the time it has become conventional, it has ceased to be wisdom and become cant.” It is safe to assume that the overall foreign policy of President-elect Joe Biden — a Washington establishment man if ever there was one — will be...

Atlanta Fed president ‘concerned’ about uneven economic recovery

John Stoltzfus, chief investment strategist at Oppenheimer Asset Management, joins 'Barron's Roundtable.'Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic said Sunday that he's "concerned" the road to recovery from the coronavirus pandemic may be uneven for different sectors of the U.S. economy.Though Bostic acknowledged that the U.S. is "recovering and rebounding in a very robust way" in some areas, he warned that hotels, restaurants, and...

‘They’ve stolen our history’: Why one designer has been fighting for inclusion for 50 years

Cheryl D. Miller is an acclaimed New York communications designer, artist, and theologian. She is the author of the memoir Black Coral: A Daughter’s Apology to Her Asian Island Mother and recently submitted a professional archive of her historic visual design work and writings, the Cheryl D. Miller Collection, to Stanford University Libraries. She spoke to Doreen Lorenzo for...

Your View: A Joe Biden prediction that came true — after 44 years

When I heard about Joe Biden over the years, I often recalled a comment made to me in 1976 while working for a radio station in Maine: Biden, the first-term U.S. senator from Delaware who would speak at the state’s Democratic Convention that year, was a rising star in the party and would go far. That prediction came true —...