Lack of action on key trade and tax issues is having a direct and chilling impact on the ability of U.S. economic interests to compete in the Asia-Pacific region.
Only with trade promotion authority (TPA) will the administration be able to negotiate the best possible deal.
Negotiations on an environmental goods trade agreement are currently taking place between more than a dozen of the world’s leading economies.
There are ways for the Republicans to help the U.S. trade agenda despite the administration’s bungling.
Oil prices that spike at every sign of global unrest are the overwhelming driver behind rising fuel prices, not the RFS.
The government has already tried, and failed, at the family detention project.
Families should have enough money from Social Security, pensions and savings to stay economically in control of their lives as they age.
It is time go beyond stereotypes and to recognize that this continent is a colossus and a rapidly developing economic powerhouse.
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.