When a book made the case that hundreds of millionaires and billionaires are begging to be taxed more, the WSJ put it on the shelf of banned books.
To combat the economic burden of household debt, the Federal Reserve should initiate QE3: a new round of quantitative easing targeted at American debtors.
Economist Jeffrey Herbener lays out the case for a gold standard before congress, but there are some problems with his theory.
Money is often referred to as "capital," but in fact money and capital are two different things. The business cycle results from confusion over their separate roles in the economy.
President Obama, Mitt Romney, and Ron Paul each offer economic plans with strengths and weaknesses. Who's plan best addresses our current economic rut?
Ron Paul hauled Krugman behind the woodshed on national television.
In a recent debate on Bloomberg TV, economist and New York Times pundit Paul Krugman debunked Ron Paul's bizarro economic theories.
The growing income disparity in America is becoming a bigger issue in politics. The real sources of this disparity highlights an area where liberals and libertarians can agree.