Written by American Dream
Once upon a time, the U.S. economy produced a seemingly unending supply of good paying jobs that enabled American workers to buy homes, raise families and live the American Dream. But now all of that has changed. Over the past several decades, there have been some fundamental shifts in ...
Written by Patrick Louis Knudsen
Because most of the fiscal cliff debate focused compulsively on how much Congress would raise taxes, the spending side of the argument nearly became an afterthought. This resulted in another shell game that added net spending and set up another confrontation in less than two months.
Written by George S. Mack
Micro-cap biotechs must have creative, adaptive management first and foremost, says editor Josh Levine of Josh Levine's MicroCap Investor. A second key characteristic is a technology platform that can ultimately generate a suite of products. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report,Levine ...
Written by Brian Sylvester
Gold bugs say the global economy could collapse any day now. But what about investors who see continued growth in emerging economies and a steady, if slow, U.S. recovery? Look to base metals, recommends Haywood Analyst Stefan Ioannou. He expects price runs for 2013–2015, especially for zinc, which ...
Written by from Right Side News
The Tax Foundation has just released an updated version of its Tax Policy Calculator which reflects the new fiscal cliff compromise bill that passed the house last night and will presumably be signed by the President very soon.
Written by Dominick Armentano
I assert that the most intelligent reality show on TV is the History Channel's Pawn Stars . It's a capitalistic feast for a free market junkie like me.
Written by Ron Holland
By any political, cultural or economic measure the nations of the West are in total decline. The historic virtues of hard work, free-market thinking and a common cultural integrity as well as religiousand historical principles are gone. They have been subverted and replaced by an emphasis on ...
Written by Peter Cove
Work, not welfare, uplifts the poor.
Nearly half a century ago, I dropped out of graduate school and enlisted as a foot soldier in America's War on Poverty. Today, I'm still on the front lines, working to move people out of dependency and into employment. But with an important ...
Written by Romina Boccia
Budget policy in 2012 was characterized by deficit spending, major increases in the national debt, and a heated debate over the “fiscal cliff.”
With just days left for President Obama and lawmakers in Congress to avert a major tax hike, sequestration, and other major policy changes, today we bring ...