The middle market is the quiet backbone of the American economy.
Economy & Budget
Sales to China and poor growing conditions are making milk expensive and steak a special occasion luxury rather than a weekly staple on the family menu.
Loans securitized by private firms had a failure rate that was six times that for loans securitized by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Regulatory accumulation is smothering economic innovation and entrepreneurship in America.
By sharing oversight, the states and the SEC can leverage their resources to make sure the process works for filers and investors alike.
A business having insurance coverage for losses in the event of a fire has less incentive to install a sprinkler system.
We both understand there’s a point at which mindless budget cutting harms the nation’s security in an increasingly volatile world.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have insufficient capital because of Treasury’s expropriation of their net wealth, and to suggest that their lack of capital justifies Treasury’s profit sweep defies logic.
Recent studies have shown evidence that gridlock is the new normal.
No more studying infrastructure projects to death.