Unless you’re economically illiterate, ideologically hidebound or just blinded by hatred of Donald Trump, it is impossible to dismiss the policy successes of the Trump administration and their impact on employment.
Obama and his apologists can try to spin the facts of his presidency however they want. But spin isn’t reality.
Rick Perry may or may not be on the ballot in November 2016. But the Texas success formula that he championed should be.
Governor Rick Perry had a bad night in 2012 during one of the countless Republican presidential debates. But he’s had a near perfect run as promoter-in-chief for the Lone Star State.
Year upon year upon year of middling poor national economic data is revealing proof of weak national leadership.
America’s post-war wealth is now gone and in its place stands a mountain of debt that our kids will shoulder all the way to their graves.
For the first time in U.S. history, two metro areas from the same state moved into the top five in terms of population rank according to the Census Bureau. Guess which state.
So now it’s the American Jobs Act and $400 billion in the form of money that we don’t have to be thrown at fixing roads and bridges and job training for the unemployed.
Regulatory capriciousness is putting a chill on business investment. It’s a huge reason that the economy is stuck. Yet Obama will never mention this fact in his Sept. 5 speech on jobs.
When the president delivers his major policy announcement on jobs and the economy Sept. 5, let’s all make it a point to remember last year’s $20 million jobs program in Seattle.