With little to no wage growth, high unemployment, and declining disposable income, it shouldn't come as any surprise that most Americans don't believe the economy has truly recovered.
Economy & Budget
Pope Francis is correct when he says that the market cannot, in fact, “do it all.”
Statistics are no substitute for the stories of real people.
Extending the governing laws of the Commodity Futures trading Commission has never been more important than right now.
There is a real need for strong, robust oversight of the payday lending industry.
A better way to improve our nation’s infrastructure is to turn over its development and management to private companies.
The bank operates at no cost to American citizens and in fact earned $2 billion for the U.S. government over the past five years.
Almost every single economist agrees that price controls on housing decrease the quantity and/or quality of housing.
The better academic research concludes that only around 25 percent of Americans are undersaving for retirement.
A recent Harvard study says it’s no easier to climb the income ladder now than it was 20 years ago.