Debt now equals total U.S. economy - Washington Times
Obama predicts that the national debt will reach $15 trillion, equal to the entire U.S. economy
Dow: Best January in 14 years - MarketWatch
Encouraging news for the US stock market as Dow numbers indicate best January in years
Since the government takeover the government has been footing the legal bills for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Wall Street indexes started the new year with sharp gains on Monday, extending the late-2010 rally on optimistic signs about a global recovery
K-Mart and Sears are coming together to start a movie download service, which will offer film rentals for $3.99 and new releases at $19.99
We can either pass a balanced budget amendment now or wait for China and others to impose a more abrupt and painful balanced budget upon us.
Young people have the most to lose from Washington’s out-of-control spending.
GARY JOHNSON: The tax cut bill is just not good enough - TheDC Opinion
Attaching tens of billions in spending to the tax cut extension simply doesn’t make sense.
Hardworking Americans shouldn’t be demonized for their success.
Funny money - Boston Herald
A printing gaffe has affected $1.1 billion worth of new hundred-dollar bills and could cost taxpayers up to $120 million
The plan is a compromise between the left and the far left.
Automakers report sales gains in November
Democrats shouldn’t be playing politics with tax cuts.
HERMAN CAIN: Americans aren't stupid - TheDC Opinion
Most Americans see through Democrats’ class-warfare rhetoric and know that extending the Bush tax cuts for everybody makes sense.
The debate over extending the Bush tax cuts for high earners is revealing the left’s true colors.
Wal-Mart throws itself into the holiday season shipping fray to revive sales
Obama says he fears economy could enter ‘new normal’ of low job growth
Dow climbs to highest since Lehman, 30-year bond slides on Fed
In the two years following a government takeover, the taxpayers’ tab for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac stands at about $134 billion