Behind the media's celebratory headlines about a victory over fracking is the plain and simple fact that this verdict was no victory over fracking.

Looking past Friday's rosy jobs report headlines from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals an economy that is far from robust.

The GM bailout debacle cost taxpayers far more than $11 billion, as was reported by the Detroit Free Press.

Wayne Crews, author of the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s annual report on the federal regulatory burden, has a problem: No one can imagine a trillion dollars — much less $2 trillion.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 20 percent of American families have no working members — adding to the already disturbing news about the financial shape of families.