We have only way to combat the coronavirus. However, shutting down America is not a months-long solutions. We have to get back to work before a recession.
Payday loans, at low interest and administered by banks, could help Americans economically suffering during the Covid-19 crisis.
President Trump invokes the Defense Protection Act ensuring America's companies, like GM, step up to defend Americans from enemies seen and unseen.
If something isn’t broken, it makes no sense to try to fix it. Yet some are eager to start tinkering with with the vitally important US patent system.
President Trump has criticized major corporations for using the proceeds of the 2018 GOP tax cut for stock buybacks. But Trump is wrong on this one.
The final proposed economic stimulus package will cause the annual budget deficit to hit $2.5 trillion in 2020. Is such a massive stimulus a good idea?
Price controls always sound like a great way to control costs. The government sets a ceiling on price. Nobody can charge more. What could go wrong?
Question of the week: Can the robust Trump Economy survive two potential global economic catastrophes, the Saudi oil threat and the coronavirus epidemic?
President Trump has worked to reverse Obama's regulations and policies leading to a strong economy, high jobs numbers and the ability to fight Coronavirus
President Donald J. Trump is known for being direct, to the point, even harsh in his rhetoric. In the face of CoronaVirus, he is asking Americans to unify.
The court's support of the Presidential use of Executive Privilege is the final nail in the Democrats' impeachment bid. From rallies to CPAC he is strong
Notably, Trump's economic policies included strong measures to reverse former President Obama’s economic policy, thus stimulating the US economy.
President Trump has arguably had his best week in office. It is proof that the Democrats Best Laid Plans of mice, men, and Democrats will go awry.
The Trump administration should stop the Department of Labor lawsuits that run contrary to the U.S. economic growth of the last three years.
Economies follow the policies of the President. Obama, with expanded regulations like the ACA, stifled growth. Trump reducing regs, unleashes GDP growth.
Without a doubt, Fed policy, not Trump's policies, led to slower growth in 2019. But 2020 looks much better, since both policies now appear to be in synch.
Democrats spent the last two years ignoring Obamacare, spending taxpayer dollars trying to destroy the President. SCOTUS decision may be the final nail.
President Trump's manner of speaking is what has landed him, and America, in this Impeachment kerfuffle. Will he now adjust his free-flowing communications?
Trump's new China trade deal marks a monumental first step toward free and fair trade that addresses problems in key US farming and industry sectors.
Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs fishing expeditions offer continuing examples of the pervasive Federal overreach affecting government today.