Elizabeth Warren is right. That doesn't happen very often, writes A. Barton Hinkle, so it's worth taking note of before discussion of the Cromnibus—the $1 trillion spending bill Congress passed this past weekend—fades in the rearview mirror. As Hinkle explains, Warren has correctly denounced the Cromnibus because it gives aid and comfort to the forces of crony capitalism.
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