Then-candidate Obama called the bank “little more than a fund for corporate welfare” – only to flip-flop after becoming president.
Economy & Budget
A decade after activist groups left Felton behind, hailing it as a marquee victory, water customers have seen their rates double.
Of more than 300,000 U.S. businesses that export, 98 percent are small- and medium-sized businesses.
New terminal facilities, new runways and other airport improvements supported by the PFC help U.S. airports compete.
Eliminating LIFO would make our tax code less fair and would impose taxes retroactively.
Reducing choice and competition through onerous rules is a step in the wrong direction.
Instead of more jobs, “free trade” sends American jobs abroad.
The government should tread carefully as it ponders regulatory changes to the U.S. freight rail system.
Trade is a collaboration, not a competition.
The president’s $51 billion request has not shifted significantly to cover current crises.