In order to survive politically and prevent the United States from taking on unsustainable amounts of debt, the Tea Party needs to stick to their guns.
Debt will again be at the front of global economic headlines this year, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
As we approach yet another debt ceiling fight, let's take a deep breath and remember that our battle in Congress over the debt ceiling is arguably our longest civil war.
Austerity has been defining the European political agenda for the past couple of years. Shall we consider our right to culture violated when the cultural sector is placed on the chopping block?
2012 saw an increase of 87 million hours of paperwork and $216 billion in regulatory costs. It's time to repeal some of these regulations.
In a continuing quest to determine exactly how stupid we are, some, like Paul Krugman, have come up with a truly idiotic plan: to use a $1 trillion platinum coin to fund the government.
Barack Obama's pick for secretary of the Treasury, Jack Lew, received a nearly $1 million bonus at Citigroup mere months after the bank was bailed out by the government.
Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, at the University of Michigan on Monday about the Fed's policies, and answered a few questions from the audience and Twitter.