The celebration over the recent movements in the dollar may have been a bit premature, if the past two weeks are any indication.
Obama’s repudiation of the laws of economics is as dangerous as his assault on religious liberty.
The holiday may improve our relationships, but it won’t improve the economy.
On Wednesday, Romney reaffirmed his support for automatic raises in the minimum wage.
Romney needs to run on a message of economic empowerment.
According to New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, in recent decades the French economy has grown faster than ours.
President Obama’s new industrial policy mirrors the localist “Grannynomics” movement of Chicago’s South Side.
If the Occupiers thought about what goes into creating a job, they’d be tea partiers.
We need to give President Obama trade negotiating authority.
Hundreds of large infrastructure projects are caught in bureaucratic bottlenecks.
Why Herman Cain’s tax plan won’t hurt lower- and middle-income workers.
The best way to jumpstart our economy is to cut spending, not increase it.
A good ISM reading doesn’t change the call.
As Winston Churchill famously quipped, “However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.”
The 2009 stimulus was a boondoggle. There’s no reason to think this one won’t be, too.
Government figures show that consumer demand is higher than it was in mid-2007, before the recession.
The federal government should allow unemployment insurance recipients to work as unpaid interns.
Our politicians need more faith in markets and everyday people.
Obama’s upcoming speech is his chance to announce bold policy changes. Will he seize the opportunity?
As Spain has learned the hard way, subsidizing renewable energy companies actually destroys jobs.