A recent poll found the majority of Americans view the economic and political system as stacked against them.
Economy & Budget
Small businesses are the economic engines that drive our nation. Take craft brewers, for instance. Although they may be small, these breweries provide a big economic boost for this country. The more than 2,800 craft breweries in the U.S. provide...
Workers who make $117,000 or less per year pay a higher Social Security payroll tax rate than the 5.6 percent who make more.
Lawmakers have called for a component of this year’s legislative agenda to be “Make It In America.” Everyone supports more U.S. job creation and a Made in the U.S.A. label, but the reality is that millions of American jobs are supported by...
To understand the return on investment to U.S. taxpayers of tackling challenges like infrastructure funding, improving education, and expanding obesity prevention, Congress really needs the long-term picture.
Since the U.S. business tax credit for research and development (R&D) was enacted in 1981, U.S. innovators have had to wait 15 times for it to be extended. That’s 15 times that progress was slowed, new ideas were stifled and unknown...
he airlines are attempting to overturn the current full-fare advertising rule that requires advertisements feature the full cost of travel, including mandatory taxes and fees.
Radical policies coming from this administration are acting like a straitjacket holding back potential.
There has never been a drop in the poverty rate that wasn’t associated with a rise in the employment rate.
While the media often characterizes this plan as “ending” Fannie and Freddie, most of their functions would simply be transferred to a new giant government entity, the Federal Mortgage Insurance Corporation (FMIC).