Monday, February 19, 2018
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College Graduates and Spectrum Relief are Resources for Urban Growth

A reliable knowledge base is necessary for post-recession America.

What GDP Will Mean for the Next Jobs Report

Graduating students have six months before starting loan repayment plans. Hopefully, they'll find a job - yeah, right.

Why Mitt Romney’s Etch a Sketch Makes Him Stronger

The former moderate, centrist Governor of a blue state is itching to get his real game on

Hey, Washington Fam: We Don’t Need Coal in Our Stockings

It’s that time of the year. Washington is preparing to give America another treat by the end of the month. “Santa Claus is coming...

Democrats Should Ditch Tax-the-Rich Rhetoric

While we have finally dashed the nonsense about Bill Clinton being the first Black president (well, with the exception of some on the Cain...

Rick Perry, the Only GOP Candidate Who Appreciates Tech and Job...

Mr. Perry has shown a greater appreciation for technology’s potential role in the nation’s economic improvement as opposed to Mrs. Bachmann or the other declared front-running candidate, Willard “Mitt” Romney, former Republican governor of Massachusetts.

Stock Markets Take a Hit With Poor Economic News and No...

As predicted, the U.S. stock market is feeling the effect of gridlock in Washington. The fight over raising the nation’s debt ceiling, combined with dismal...

For Good Economy, There’s Nothing Like a Man In Uniform in...

Since the Employment Act of 1946 began shifting more actual responsibility for managing the economy from the Congress to the president, 12 men have...

GOP Taking America Back to the Fiscal Dark Ages

I get the feeling that the GOP and its Tea Party pals do not fully comprehend the role that government spending plays in our gross domestic product.

Obama Enjoys Second Full Year of Positive Economic Growth

The nation’s economic output grew at an annualized rate of 3.2% according to a report released this morning by the U.S. Department of Commerce.