Supply side economic practice deepens the deficit and worsens inequality
Business skills might not necessarily fit with government policy, but business people are good for one thing–dealing with other business people
There are several risk factors for the economy this year, but fiscal drag is one that we can avoid with smart policy
Sure, the recent economic news has been good, but there are plenty of things (like oil prices) that should keep you worrying
Unemployment figures are adjusted for seasonal hiring, but high numbers of courriers and messengers (a result of increased online shopping) may have had a bigger effect on the numbers.
The job market continues to grow, but that growth is too slow, and policy makers aren't helping enough
Employers added 200,000 jobs in the month of December
Because many other factors influence income inequality besides tax policy, tax reform's ability to combat the problem is limited, but its potential shouldn't be entirely counted out.
These days, attaching the words "jobs creator" to any policy is a surefire way to get it passed. But the practice has gotten ridiculous.