These days, attaching the words "jobs creator" to any policy is a surefire way to get it passed. But the practice has gotten ridiculous.
Globalization, technology, union decline, and other factors have caused rich to get rich and poor to get poorer. Immigration plays only a small role.
Through September, taxpayer-funded jobs programs put 240,000 Americans back to work, often in the private sector. With unemployment stuck at 9.6 percent, should Congress subsidize more private-sector jobs?
College tuition and student loans take an average 11 years to make up, says a new study. But college grads still come out ahead.