Even Paul Krugman can’t put a positive spin on Pelosi’s terrible record as Speaker. The GOP is very happy to run against Nancy Pelosi’s positions.
No one knows the end-game regarding either the current Saudi turmoil in the Middle East or the Bad Actor Sweepstakes in East Asia.
Minimum wage makes people with poor skills unemployable. That may not be a bug but a design feature, because it's great for skilled workers and computer makers.
How a journalistic sleight-of-hand can turn the ugly truth on its head to twist a headline as well as real-world business reality.
WASHINGTON, November 8, 2016 — Almost every poll suggests that Hillary Clinton will win the U.S. presidency tomorrow. But what if Donald Trump wins? While polls say the popular vote is close, the math of the Electoral College favors Clinton. Does Trump have a chance? Some analysts say Clinton’s Electoral College lead is insurmountable; Clinton could get as many as 325 ...
Never Trump? Election uncertainty, oil price drop, another ambiguous Fed announcement leads to heavy selling across the boards in Wednesday Wall Street trading.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign has stated that for her to appeal successfully to millennials, she must suggest policies that are fair and just because millennials want a fair and just world.
The New York Times opposes Trump, saying they may have an obligation not to report on him objectively while ridiculing his "scary," pro-growth economic plan.
It will take a businessman like Donald Trump to jump-start the economy and shake up the sclerotic, costly Washington bureaucracy that's destroying America.
The Obama record on the economy is tepid growth and stagnant wages; in foreign policy, it's mostly failure. Is that a record to inspire voters? Not likely.
WASHINGTON, May 4, 2016 — Amazingly, Donald Trump has essentially won the Republican nomination for President of the Unites States after his stunning victory Tuesday evening in Indiana. While he has gotten the most votes thus far in the nation’s Republican primary caucuses and contests, there are a number of Republicans and even more Independents ...
WASHINGTON, April 23, 2016 — As I listen to the speeches and the advertisements for the various candidates for president, it seems clear that there is a big difference between the message of the Republicans and the message of the Democrats. The Republicans seek voter support by offering a change from the past seven years ...
We have said many, many times here that in today’s politics, if you lie long enough and loud enough, people will think those lies are the truth.
Mrs Clinton also believesNobel prize winning economists who tell her that raising the minimum wage increases economic demand. Which is a lot of poppycock.