Trinidad and Tobago's Budget 2020-21: 5 Key questions that underline the strategy for regional stability and growth sustainability.
The NYTimes seems to be suffering from a lack of honesty when writing about Donald Trump's economic history and President Trump's economic policy.
WASHINGTON: President Trump has reached the midpoint of his first term in office. Many critics are saying his economic policies are a failure. From Nobel Prize-winning economists like Paul Krugman to noted Wall Street investment firms like Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs, their conclusions say that Trump’s policies are not working. Their conclusions seem to ...
Barack Obama, the gift that keeps on giving, falsely takes credit for the Trump economic recovery while calling Trump supporters racist white supremacists.
After a month of Trump trying to convince people he really was capable of mastering the presidency, most acknowledge that after his Tuesday evening address, he finally looked like a president.
In the effort to acquire developed country status, Trinidad & Tobago should consider international tax neutrality and abandon its online sales tax scheme.
With the news of the FBI reopening the criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, news about the economy is being overlooked.
Krugman praised the latest economic data released by the Census Bureau concluding that Obama’s trickle-up economics works. His delusional view of economic policy continues.
After reading the editorial it looks like it’s the NYT editors that have a scary view of economic policy.
Trump’s economic plans will get the government out of the way allow both big and small businesses to grow,provide jobs and begin to revive America
Speaking in Detroit, Trumps hopes to use the city as an example of what he describes as President Obama’s failed policies, painting Hillary Clinton as a third term for Obama.
Based on what Hillary Clinton said in her speech, the Democrats still don’t understand how to correct this country's grueling 8 consecutive years of economic stagnation.
Doubling minimum wage is a job killer; making it harder for businesses to raise capital is a job killer; retreating behind our borders is a job killer. And Hillary?
WASHINGTON, April 3, 2016 — Writing April 1 in the New York Times, economist/columnist Paul Krugman continues to espouse his delusional view of President Obama’s economic performance. Examining Obama’s policies, Krugman said, “the public is also starting to realize just how successful the Obama administration has been.” It is more obvious than ever that Krugman ...
SACRAMENTO, March 29, 2016 — The state of California is planning on raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour. According to worker group “Fight for $15,” the increase will boost the wages of nearly 6 million California workers who currently earn less than $15. California will join several West Coast cities that have already ...
It looks like Trump will consult Larry Kudlow if he becomes President, which will further boos Trump's economic position.
Bernie Sanders has a number of policies he says will change the “rigged” American system to favor the average American. Sanders’ policies are just plain un-American.
WASHINGTON, October 8, 2015 − Many policy makers seem to live in a dream world. “It is terrible that the working poor have to live on such a low minimum wage,” they say. They address this problem by arbitrarily raising the minimum wage, although many jobs are worth less than the amount they set. This ...
RANCHO SANTA FE, Ca., September 22, 2014 – Whether the Common Core State Standards Initiative is a success or failure, it was spawned by the plummeting performance of the public education system in the United States. Given the plummeting performance of our political leaders, perhaps it is time to consider establishing a set of expectations for those ...
The way to reduce income inequality is not by taking from those who have earned it and giving to those who have not, it is by letting those that make money keep it so that they create opportunities for those climbing the ladder.