A soft default is the least bad option. And we ought to bite the bullet now before we rack up even more debt.
Sanders and the other socialist sympathizers running for president must be clear-eyed about the limits of the federal bureaucracy that they are all too eager to put in charge of virtually every aspect of American life.
Research shows that work requirements for welfare recipients who are able to work have powerful impacts on those receiving benefits, taxpayers and the economy.
The “Big Apple” is on the cusp of economic failure -- a recession would be the final tipping point.
Is President Trump's 2020 budget cruel for suggesting people work in exchange for welfare benefits?
Trump $4.7 trillion budget proposal is hard to digest.
It is increasingly apparent that the FDA does not want the public to be educated on the better and far-less risky alternatives to smoking cigarettes.
The proposal appears to be part of a larger White House led effort to cut down on wasteful spending.
The federal government loves shellfish apparently.
The White House budget has made some unrealistic forecasts that will cost inflate our deficit, according to the CRFB president.
The administration wants more able-bodied people to work in some capacity.
Trump's top economist is brushing off concerns about rising budget deficits and slowing economic growth.
Even if they did, the political dynamics that enabled bipartisan deficit-cutting deals has disappeared.
Yes, Trump’s policies undoubtedly impact the global economy. But none of that makes a material difference to the timing of the next recession.
Now that they again control the House, Democrats are proposing to 'fix' health care. Their solution is the same.
Representative Kevin Brady (R-Texas) says Republicans and Democrats need to come together and stop unnecessary spending.
Unlike the Green New Deal, this clean-energy save-the-world initiative backed by real 'green' money -- from Bezos and Microsoft -- could become a reality.
Consider the math when looking at a few of the Green New Deal's unrealistic demands.
Indeed, stories of millennials and today’s youth having favorable views of socialism are everywhere. There is a reason why.
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman offers Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez a lesson after snubbing Amazon.