Unemployment, labor force participation, food stamp usage, disability claims, GDP growth, federal debt, and the numbers of people paying income taxes and collecting welfare are not good.
Democrats are avoiding any discussion of spending reform during debt ceiling talks while searching for loopholes to exploit. Their latest idea? Minting $1 trillion platinum coins.
Multiple states have started debating whether or not they should raise the minimum wage as a result of President Obama's State of the Union. Republicans should support the effort.
Obama's minimum wage increase plan wouldn't benefit anyone but the very wealthy and their political lackeys.
Obama once said we can't spend as we please and "defer the consequences to the next budget, the next administration or the next generation." Yet that's exactly what he plans to do.
Conservatives arguing for government cuts in order to tackle national debt offer a misguided approach for economic growth, one that will only worsen the current malaise.
The best way to fix the current economy is to completely eliminate corporate income taxes in one fell swoop.
Weigh in: Ahead of tonight's GOP debate, candidates won't be adequately discussing fiscal policy or how to generate demand to inspire business growth. Do they need clearer policy ideas?