Policymakers in both parties should consider the growing economic ramifications of inaction.
Economy & Budget
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.
The United States lags behind the following major markets in total export credit authorizations: China, Japan, Canada, South Korea and Germany.
The so-called “War on Poverty” has to be the longest and most disappointing struggle America has ever waged.
Families should have enough money from Social Security, pensions and savings to stay economically in control of their lives as they age.
Democrats seem to be setting the stage for more tax increases. Republicans do not seem to acknowledge the importance of transportation and roads for economic growth.
Stealing the name of small business to support a big business agenda? Let’s call that what it is: Political Identity Theft – P.I.T.
Losing your home to foreclosure can be bad for your health.
The economy has created only about 6 million new jobs during the Bush-Obama years, whereas the comparable figure during the Reagan-Clinton period was about 40 million