President Trump is delivering on his promise to the American people by proposing a budget that will pay down our national debt and reinvigorate our economy over the next decade.
Years of bad governance has led Puerto Rico to this point. Years of outspending its resources and borrowing billions of dollars from creditors.
Just over one hundred days into a new administration, what are American businesses thinking? What do they need to succeed? What public policies will help them spur greater economic growth?
The left is has decided to make protest their permanent campaign headed into 2018, but normal Americans have lives, are working, and don’t have time to drop everything to march all the time.
Lost in the shuffle of national news last week was the publication of an assessment by Democratic operatives on why my party lost the 2016 presidential campaign.
The strong economic and labor market indicators overlook at least one demographic that is still struggling: black youth.
With the Trump administration and GOP Congress deconstructing investment-killing business regulations and aiming to cut taxes, the economy is poised to grow faster, and new technologies will support higher valuations over the next several years.
Under the Obama administration, the Department of Labor put out numerous regulations and abrupt policy changes that increased the cost of doing business in America and diminished job opportunities for American workers. People are hurting for change. President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for new Labor Secretary could bring that change.
The NFL is a business, whether it’s negotiating player contracts, televising games or hosting the Super Bowl. And that is something that should be kept in mind, from host cities to fans.
President Trump is already set to move decisively on the economy, but he must scale huge hurdles to accomplish 3 to 4 percent economic growth.