Aging 1960s-era hippies were all about freedom. They - and we - might ask today's "progressives": "What happened to that freedom part?"
The V-shaped recovery that started in May continues. Better yet, the October jobs report includes additional encouraging information.
It's notable that none of Joe Biden's faulty economic policies Americans. This is just more socialist economic redistribution.
The current US recession is very deep. But it will likely be short-lived. The first round of Fededral stimulus aid did halt the spring economic decline.
June's job increase figure was 4.8 million. The 11.1% unemployment number exceeded expectations, confirming that the US is in a V-shaped economic recovery.
Despite what Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden claims, the Trump / GOP tax cut did not add one penny to the deficit or the Federal debt.
One thing is certain. Americans are looking for growth. So each presidential candidate should set economic growth as his top priority.
Good news for America: The 2020 recession likely ended in May. This means that the US economic recovery is already underway in June.
America's original trade policy toward Communist China simply isn’t working today. So let’s change the way this relationship works.
How do conservatives view the government views the coronavirus relief packages? With concern. Just how much involvement should the government have?
We should see economic recovery starting in June, however, the United States could be upwards of four trillion dollars, which will need to be addressed.
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?
Notably, Trump's economic policies included strong measures to reverse former President Obama’s economic policy, thus stimulating the US economy.
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.
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.
Obama fundamentally transformed American in a way that stagnated the economy, reduced opportunity for the middle class, and crushed the American Dream.