Consumer spending is the economic engine of our economy.
April 21 marks the five-year anniversary of the signing of the Serve America Act, and neither Congress nor the president have fully delivered on the promises made under the landmark legislation.
The sad truth is the craven desire for increased speed is nothing new when it comes to the chicken business.
American taxpayers and ratepayers have seen little return on their forced investment in wind energy over the past 20 years.
While conservative radio and talk show hosts have predictably lambasted Bush for his thoughtful assessment on immigration, these same Republican cheerleaders ignore the growing relevance of Hispanic voters as well as the growing Latino population.
Camp's scheme does have one glaring flaw. Its laudable attempt to streamline the code goes a step too far by axing some key provisions essential to economic growth and job creation.
More children die from illnesses and disease caused by the lack of safe water and sanitation than war, or TB, AIDS and malaria combined.
The president has been insufficiently committed to ballistic missile defense and overly confident in the efficacy of his “reset” with Russia.
The penalty for failure to file a complete and accurate FBAR or to keep the required records is severe.
Talented immigrants have always been a major source of our country’s competitive advantage.