None of the candidates at Thursday night’s Iowa debate meaningfully engaged with supply-side ideas.
Envy and resentment eclipse hope and change.
The question is: Can Romney sizzle too?
Another round of low-tax repatriation of foreign corporate profits could yield the U.S. over $500 billion of new capital.
Both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue are moving toward growth.
Ronald Reagan would approve of the Obama administration’s recent shift toward supply-side policies.
Did Obama swindle Republicans with his tax-cut compromise?
The new Tea Party GOP must maintain a message of economic growth.
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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.
Increasing business revenues is the most effective way to reduce the debt.
A new investment strategy built on pro-growth tax cuts.
Republicans should offer to compromise on the Bush tax cuts in exchange for across-the-board spending cuts.
Other items can wait; our economy needs to be priority number one.
Pro-growth incentives will fix this dismal unemployment picture.
The plan is a compromise between the left and the far left.
Why do so many conservatives support the Simpson-Bowles proposal?
Government planners have created a stagflationary growth recession.
Why are stocks rallying on bad economic news? Because that bad news is increasing the likelihood that Republicans will win big in November.
Obama’s reliance on class-warfare and statism punishes success and hinders recovery.