In a recent debate on Bloomberg TV, economist and New York Times pundit Paul Krugman debunked Ron Paul's bizarro economic theories.
Lost amid all the chatter is any conversation about our growing income inequality problem. Once we accept it is here to stay, we can begin to work on ways to minimize its impact on the economy.
Free people decided all on their own that precious metals made for good money.
The Dow Jones hit 14,000 on Friday for the first time in five years. Unfortunately this latest rally has been driven by cheap money more than anything else.
Neither party is correct about the fiscal cliff. When it concerns taxes and economic consequences for the majority of America, a political victory for either side is a defeat for all of us.
Low demand, not government policy, is to blame for slow job growth.
If libertarians had been calling the shots in Washington in the fall of 2008, the United States might now be in a second Great Depression.