Liberal pundits of the world, unite!
Thomas Piketty’s utopian notions and authoritarian inclinations do not seem to rattle the left-wing press one bit.
Data on jobs and income reveal economy still in recovery
President Obama’s political barometer moved from bad to worse this week after his ill-conceived, illegal executive action to rewrite our immigration laws.
Nobody is pushing Thomas Piketty’s policies to combat economic inequality
You don’t see much demand for Piketty policies in other countries either.
Poverty causes crime?
I knew from the first that this was dogma, not truth.
Mixed results for market freedom in midterm elections
The GOP picked up at least eight seats in the U.S. Senate, voters in four states under GOP control approved binding minimum-wage increases.
New job figures are less than what they seem
Last month’s new job figures, despite the news media’s exaggerated response, fell well below the numbers needed to put America back to work.
Study finds smart growth policies are ineffective, unpopular
If regulations are significantly more restrictive, they may encourage development to shift to less environmentally sensitive municipalities.
A return to the JFK-Reagan economic model
Let me optimistically argue that the slow-growth economy can be rescued and the fiscal and monetary mistakes can be reversed.
Hillary Clinton: ‘Don’t let anybody tell you corporations and businesses create jobs’
An even more absurd distillation of Obama’s “You Didn’t Build That” speech, itself a crude reduction of Elizabeth Warren’s theory of the total State.
Some economists are practicing economic malpractice.
Union bosses take big bucks from boilermakers
Three International Brotherhood of Boilermakers officers were paid more than $500,000 during the union’s fiscal year ending June 30.