Three ways to commit "pay as you go" rules on the Bush tax cuts
President Obama's jobs programs may put people to work. But stimulus has been expensive and hasn't jump-started the economy.
Continued unemployment claims dropped three percent this week, but initial unemployment claims are up by 2,000
Will an estimated $300 billion in spending fix the economy?
Not the government
Mobile technology is key for tech companies these days. Microsoft and Intel are falling behind in mobile technology, reducing their stock value.
The Obama administration keeps proposing policy initiatives that didn't work the first time
Working out at home is a better deal, and just as effective
The presidential hopeful's jobs plan will result in more upward wealth redistribution, rather than job creation
Less corporate taxes, less regulation, more of the same from the GOP
Some think regulations will hurt the state economically, but companies should be able to adapt to environmental legislation
When it comes to tax policy, Romney veers slightly left
Private non-farm job "openings" increased 2.29 percent since June