Thank gridlock for economic turnaround
The Obama Boom is finally here.
Government Slowly Kills the Private Sector – And Blames the Victim for Its Sputtering Demise
One of the advantages Big Government advocates have in their efforts to end the private sector is the size of the victim. A $17-trillion-a-year economy is so huge, it almost always takes a lot of time to dismantle. It’s like | Read More »
Hillary Clinton’s Economics: Suddenly It’s 1947
Like it or not, Hillary Clinton is the single individual most likely to be elected the next president. So it’s worthwhile looking closely at and behind her words when she deigns to speak on public policy, as she did in | Read More »
Financial Fallout Mounts from Baltimore’s Riot
Insured property damage caused by the recent rioting in Baltimore has hit $23.9 million and is destined to rise, especially with business interruption claims still unknown, according to the latest figures from the Insurance Information Institute.
Economic Slowdown Confirmed by Gross Output and B2B Data
The U.S. economy is slowing but thus far is avoiding a recession, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Rising Foreign Ag Subsidies Hurting American Farmers
As the US dollar grows stronger vis a vis the Euro, American companies grow worried that despite a stronger dollar’s signal that the American economy is finally showing some anemic signs of life, that this also means that US exports | Read More »
Why The Republican Budget May Not Pass
This week in Congress is all about the budget. Both the House and the Senate are preparing to debate different House and Senate crafted budgets for fiscal year 2016.
Clinton is clueless when it comes to the economy
She’s talked about some issues, from income inequality to wage stagnation, and embraced bogus ideas President Obama has offered, such as raising the minimum wage.
Why capitalist virtue beats cronyist sin
What do members of the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street have in common?
Why six-figure salaries don’t make you wealthy
Instead of obsessing over who is in the middle class, the nation should turn its attention to improving the lives of every single person, regardless of where each is starting from.
Republicans attacking Janet Yellen should be careful what they wish for
There’s an interesting backstory here.