The one who would
Mich. Gov. Rick Snyder isn’t worried about Detroit
When will they see that this is one bad recovery?
Since World War II, this recovery has been by far the weakest. The question is why.
Summers’s end — Obama inadvertently buries his man
Perhaps Obama will consider a Fed candidate who understands the importance of policy rules and consistency for a strong King Dollar.
Another brutal “jobs” report.
Camp talks tax reform
Obama’s proposal to plow more money into public works projects isn’t going anywhere in this Congress.
Bankrupt cities descend long road to the bottom
Judge Steven Rhodes last week froze three lawsuits challenging the decision by that city’s emergency manager to seek bankruptcy protection
Detroit’s death by democracy
It is a myth that Detroit is simply a victim of “de-industrialization”
Detroit proposes using Obamacare as bailout
$5.7 billion in outstanding retiree health costs could simply be shifted elsewhere.
Low taxes earn Florida No. 1 rank in wealth migration
Since 1992, no other state has benefited more from wealth migration than Florida.
The American Dream turns nightmare
Four out of five U.S. adults struggle with poverty
The Obama economy’s lowered expectations
The U.S. economy appears to be weaker than many economists had thought.
Obama economy emphasis
is all talk
Most voters believe Obama’s policies have retarded rather than stimulated economic growth and job creation.
Obama hands Republicans an opportunity — and they’re already blowing it
The GOP has to do more.
Stalled Motor City
All Detroit’s mayors since 1962 were Democrats who were eager to micromanage. And spend.
A Kemp growth plan for Detroit
Detroit should be made a tax-free enterprise zone
Obama’s environmental agenda will crush small businesses
Environmental regulations: what’s the cost?
Cruz, Rubio discuss America’s spending addiction
Cruz and Rubio contribute to discussion on the need for spending reform.
Why forcing Wal-Mart to raise the minimum wage is a bad idea
From Sam Staley, managing director of the DeVoe L. Moore Center, where this piece first appeared.
For too many Americans
30 is the new 20
The economy is extending childhoods and parents don’t really mind.
America can have a huge impact on the rest of the world even without deploying the military or government-funded foreign aid.
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