Another Department of Jobs?

Feature:Opinion | Ken Blackwell

“Floundering. Flopping around like a fish on deck. That’s the best description of the Obama administration this summer.”

Chinese bloggers praise new US ambassador for buying his own coffee - WSJ

Tech | InternAdmin

‘This is what a government official who serves the people should look like’

Obama to tap Locke for China ambassador - AP

Business | admin

President Obama will nominate Commerce Secretary Gary Locke, the son and grandson of Chinese immigrants, to be the next U.S. ambassador to China

How to combat an arrogant China? Maximize economic growth at home.

Opinion | Larry Kudlow

Economic strength will give the U.S. more leverage to deal with China.

Census data released: Texas up. New York, Ohio down. - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

Census data released Tuesday shows Texas will gain as many congressional seats as New York and Ohio stand to lose

Renewable energy and the 'China card' - E21

Energy | interns

Last December, China refused to sign on to the non-binding Copenhagen greenhouse gas reduction goals and in March 2010 was only willing to agree to reduce its “carbon intensity.” Were China a leader in green energy investment and employment, one would expect its government to exploit this competitive advantage by championing a global climate accord.

Obama lobbies House Democrats on health care bill - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

President begins push on undecided House Democrats in an effort to pass his health care legislation

Exporting nonsense

op-ed | Scott Lincicome

Desperate to resuscitate the U.S. workforce and his lagging poll numbers, President Obama has reluctantly called on the global economy for help. Unfortunately, he dialed the wrong number.

White House likely to hit barriers on free trade

Business | Peter Buxbaum

In State of the Union, president vows to strengthen trade relations in Asia and with partners like Panama and Colombia