Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine are wrong when they argue that the Bush tax cuts led America into recession.
Donald Trump, a Wharton school graduate, should know better than to advocate for protectionist tariffs.
While surging prescription-drug prices are certainly a cause for concern, more regulations including price controls, as advocated by Hillary Clinton, are not the answer.
Bush’s plan focuses on alleviating the current economic maladies of anemic GDP growth, stagnant middle-income wages, and rising income inequality.
As states try to improve their fiscal outlook and credit ratings, film tax credits can be put on the chopping block without incurring a major economic setback.
This tax-filing season marks one of the largest tax hikes on the poor in more than 20 years, thanks to the Affordable Care Act signed into law five years ago. ...