What Yellen told Congress means big trouble for your wallet in 3 key areas
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen delivered a lot of spin before the Senate Finance Committee this week. Yellen spoke about Silicon Valley Bank and President Joe Biden's budget.
Let's celebrate Black entrepreneurs in Black History Month. They are the real race revolutionaries
Black History Month is observed in February and the focus is often on activism. Instead, we should look at entrepreneurship as a proven pathway to economic and personal success.
Want to be an antiracist? Be a capitalist
When we look at Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream for America it creates racial progress by uniting us, not dividing us. Capitalism and the free market are the way to bring us together.
America's small businesses need help. Here are 8 commonsense solutions our political leaders should embrace
Inflation is creating major problems for America's small businesses and they are confronted by other hurdles. Our plan will give entrepreneurs the help they need to thrive.
Moderate Democrats' should spike the Inflation Reduction Act and stand up for our small businesses
On Friday, the House of Representatives is expected to vote on Democrats' Inflation Reduction Act. They should not approve this bill to pass.
Commerce Department confirms recession -- Team Biden can run but they can't hide
Team Biden has been working hard this week to spin the bad economic news they knew was coming from the Commerce Department. Bu it's clear now the U.S. is in recession.
Small business pain points to recession
Historic inflation is not mainly a result of Russia's war in Ukraine, and the Federal Reserve's interest rate hikes may cause a recession.
Biden can't sidestep accountability at home by focusing on Russia, Ukraine in State of the Union address
At Tuesday night's State of the Union address, President Biden will no doubt try to distract from his failures at home by focusing on Russia's war in Ukraine abroad.
Supreme Court's employer vaccine mandate stay a big win for small businesses
The Supreme Court confirmed what we have long argued: OSHA does not have the authority to implement this sweeping regulation that will burden American businesses.