Published February 19, 2013
President Obama is at it again. Unable to manage the government or the economy effectively, he threatens to victimize taxpayers and stick Republicans with the blame.
Published February 07, 2013
Friday, the Commerce Department is expected to report the deficit on international trade in goods and services was $46 billion in December, a bit lower than November owing to slower inventory build among U.S. wholesalers and retailers and moderating oil prices.
Published February 05, 2013
By suing S&P, and not Moody’s and Fitch, Attorney General Holder and President Obama have failed to exhibit the sovereign restraint necessary to sustain the open and fair criticism of the government to sustain American democracy, and place constitutional protections at grave danger.
Published January 30, 2013
No one can accuse the Democrats of being the party of personal responsibility. Confronted with an economy that contracted in the fourth quarter, Speaker Nancy Pelosi blamed Congressional Republicans for obstructing the president’s agenda and creating uncertainty.
Published January 28, 2013
With corporate profits at record levels and stocks regaining the ground lost during the financial crisis, Wall Street anxiously anticipates the return of the individual investors to equity markets.
Published January 14, 2013
With so many recent graduates serving cappuccino and treading water in unpaid internships, a four-year diploma is not quite the solid investment it once was, and should not be so-often viewed as such a necessity by society.
Published January 04, 2013
The economy would have to add about 12.9 million jobs over the next three years—about 358,000 each month—to bring unemployment down to 6 percent.
Published December 19, 2012
President Obama and Speaker Boehner are cooking up a deal to avert the fiscal cliff that could easily thrust the economy into a deep recession.
Published December 11, 2012
Even if President Obama and Speaker Boehner manage to avert the “fiscal cliff,” Washington’s budget woes won’t be solved. Simply, politicians on both sides are blind to facts and deaf to reason.
Published December 05, 2012
The economy must add more than 349 thousand jobs each month for three years to lower unemployment to 6 percent and that is not likely with current policies.