Sen. Obama in 2008 called the Ex-Im “little more than a fund for corporate welfare.”
Economy & Budget
Anyone who is 48 years old or younger roughly expects to retire after the system pays depleted benefits.
Emegency "patch" funding reduces the economic value of the very investments we are making.
Evidence of behind-the-scene activity on Capitol Hill on SSDI reforms is beginning to emerge.
The nation’s critical transportation needs will not be adequately addressed through one-off, stop-gap measures.
Rep. Brady's repeal bill has 221 cosponsors, exceeding the number of votes required to pass on the floor.
The shareholders who chose to invest in Fannie Mae and freddie Mac are still waiting for their payment.
Policymakers in both parties should consider the growing economic ramifications of inaction.
There are simple, common sense solutions to cut our deficit now.
Legislators should implement policies to spur what was once the greatest economic growth engine on Earth.