With youth unemployment already soaring in America, lawmakers in Washington can either lift the "lost generation" up or sell them out.
Those who believe they're not being adequately rewarded will always flee, so workplace hostility hurts everyone in the long run.
If Wal-Mart and other large employers of unskilled workers don’t raise their wages and benefits, taxpayer money will continue to make up the difference.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, among others, claim that the wealthy should pay more taxes to help reduce the deficit.
While much of the discussion regarding the Cyprus deal has been about Russian tax evaders, many forget the struggle of business-owners, service-providers, and job-creators.
Despite the general optimism steaming from the markets and unemployment news, it is the wealthiest Americans, not the common American person, who are benefiting.
An inability to negotiate a deal that includes tax increases and entitlement reform (now) is the real reason why our government cannot make a grand bargain.