Trump's idea would raise prices for all in order to bring yesterday's jobs back to a few; it's not just infeasible, it's a bad idea.
In Krugman's view, ACA is great, the economy is great, everything is great. Down here among the regular people, it's not looking so great.
The real winner of the Republican debates last week was Carly Fiorina.
If Democrats continue to advocate for more government control, more government intervention, less personal freedoms and more government ownership, then it is no wonder that Chairperson Schultz could not explain the differences between Democrats and Socialists.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3, 2015 − Four months ago, Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price decided to pay every one of his employees at least $70,000 per year. The move was widely hailed in the media as an idea whose time has come. But the actual results for this credit card processing company have been that experienced employees ...
Without government interference, the entire financial crisis would have been avoided.
The reason for Obama’s poor performance is simple. President Obama doesn’t understand the role of economic policy.
WASHINGTON, July 27, 2015 − Last week, 2016 Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton proposed raising the tax on capital gains upward from its historical rate of 15 percent to a maximum of 43.4 percent. The rate would decline as the time the investment is held increases,so that, if the investment is held for a total of six ...
WASHINGTON, July 25, 2015 − In his July 23 New York Times column, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman makes a feeble attempt to justify even greater increases in federal government spending. He says this action is necessary and based on a “resurgence” of economists who follow the Keynesian view on government fiscal policy. This resurgence is led by ...
Ultimately, the Cadillac tax has to go, as do a number of other provisions in the ACA. These and other healthcare matters will become key issues during next year’s presidential campaign.
Drs. Merkel and Krugman disagree on how best to treat their Greek patient. Each makes good points, but one offers rehabilitation, the other, a sugar rush.
If Hillary is elected president she will continue the policies that have led to a stagnant economy.
The reality is that her tax policy will have exactly the opposite effect, and will tend to make income inequality worse, not better. The reason for this is easy to see.
When does tolerance turn into letting others walk all over you? How far should standards bend, and where's the line between respect for law and lawlessness?
Income inequality has increase; Wages are stagnant, the top 10% of income earners continues to grow. Is this a result of the free market or is it a result of too much government?
With a message of “truth, growth and opportunity” Chris Christie is differentiating himself while delivering exactly the message that Americans are eager to hear.
Now that Obamacare is firmly in place as the law of the land it's a bit late to start thinking of its costs, but the costs are mounting. Let's think about them.
Can parties to a contract later alter the terms and claim it's justified by intent? That is just what John Roberts' majority opinion in King v. Burwell means.
Apparently, like Hillary Clinton, the New York Times editors believe that business doesn’t create jobs and grow the economy.
WASHINGTON, June 21, 2015 — Most of America’s economic problems can be directly traced to President Obama’s policies, which have directly resulted in a prolonged period of virtual economic stagnation characterized by economic growth rates barely above normal population growth rates. This is the stark reality of Obama’s “lack of opportunity” economy. When Obama was sworn into office as president, ...