Why it’s important that the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement includes strong intellectual property protections.
Does the president want a “level playing field” or not?
An aggressive free trade agenda would help revive the U.S. economy.
Lawmakers blast opposition with tear gas after free trade deal with US gets pushed through parliament
In Suicide of a Superpower, Buchanan offers solutions to America’s most pressing challenges.
It’s good that the agreements were passed, but it’s worrying that it took Congress five years to pass them.
Tariffs on American distilled spirits in South Korea, Panama and Columbia will ultimately be eliminated
Partnerships with South Korea, Colombia and Panama are the first of their kind in four years
Korea and Panama deals likely have enough support to pass, but it’s uncertain if Colombia’s record on workers rights will derail third
Business groups and Republicans have pressed for passage of the trade agreements, saying they will increase revenue and create jobs
Instead of providing leadership, the president is providing empty campaign rhetoric.
Frankly, I am tired of hearing people say: “The jobs are gone, and they are not coming back.”
Why Congress should reject the president’s demand for increased trade adjustment assistance in exchange for passing pending free trade agreements.
Approving the trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea would create 100,000 new jobs.
Inactivity on trade is leaving U.S. small businesses behind - Rep. Allen West
In order to spur job creation, Congress should pass the pending free trade agreements with Panama, Colombia and South Korea.
President Obama will sign off on three free trade deals so long as Congress extends benefits for outsourced work
If NAFTA is any guide, the Colombia, Panama, and South Korea free trade pacts aren’t cause for concern.
The proposed U.S.-Korean trade deal is profoundly unconservative. So why do so many conservatives support it?
In a last ditch effort to avoid catastrophic electoral losses, Democrats are fanning the flames of xenophobia.