Why perpetuate an incentive for less-than-careful lending, in neighborhoods which most need to avoid default and delinquency?
Economy & Budget
To create jobs and remain competitive abroad, our economy must have an advanced manufacturing sector driven by innovative U.S. companies that make things here.
Washington must reform the GSEs in such a way that shareholders are paid what they are contractually and legally owed -- something that the currently proposed legislation put forth by members of the Senate Banking Committee fails to do.
Today, less than $1 out of every $100 of government spending is backed by even the most basic evidence-based evaluation.
Saving may not be sexy, but it’s a crucial x-factor if we want to narrow economic inequality and help the poor build wealth.
Norwegian Air International's “flag of convenience” tactics should be a red flag for the U.S. Congress.
Sen. Wyden’s backing could push corporate tax reform forward.
The facts show Ex-Im continues to play a critical role helping American companies compete in global markets.
Whatever the merits of payday lending – and there are valid arguments on both sides –it is legal in 36 states. And if payday lenders are today’s target– what category will be next and who makes that decision?
Ex-Im is poisoning the free market and harming American jobs.