Thank gridlock for economic turnaround
The Obama Boom is finally here.
What Would Our Grandparents Think
Please join me on a whirlwind tour around the zany world of modern leftism. Many stops are available, so the following ones were just the first ones I saw. Seeing as President Obama and his fellow leftist ideologues can’t permit | Read More »
More Proof of Gold’s Brilliant Shine
Expert investor Doug Fabian explores one of the hottest investment opportunity – gold and why it may or may not be suitable for you.
Treasury’s Fannie and Freddie rip-off
Gigantic government’s complexity and opacity provide innumerable opportunities for opportunists to act unconstrained by clear law or effective supervision.
American Workers Matter: A Chicago Wake and Wake-Up Call
Circle this date on your calendar: April 22. I’ll be in Chicago that day attending what may be a very significant milestone in American politics and domestic policy.
Slash Corporate Taxes First, Then Yellen Can Normalize
Speaking before a packed audience at the prestigious Economic Club of New York, Fed chair Janet Yellen basically announced that there would be no rate hikes for quite some time — maybe once before year end, maybe not.
Trade Deficit Angst
Let’s look at the political angst over trade deficits.
2 Percent Growth Is a Loser for the Angry Middle Class
The good news is that the economy is growing at 2 percent and that there’s no recession in sight (barring a complete collapse of profits). The bad news is that the economy is growing at 2 percent. It’s been doing so for nearly 15 years under Democratic and Republican administrations.
Flint’s Water Poisoned by Federal, State and Local Government Failures
The town of Flint, Michigan is facing an emergency health crisis after repeated warnings about the contaminated state of its water supply were ignored.
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 »