Friday’s report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) was so filled with disclaimers that one will have to wait another month to get a true picture of how the economy is performing under President Trump, but there's more good news than bad news. You just have to dig for it.
It didn't take long for Stephen Moore, CNN economics commentator and distinguished fellow at the Heritage Institute, to move from a limited government conservative to a funder of big government.
Concerns over U.S. trade gaps or imbalances or deficits should focus on barriers to free trade and how to eliminate them, as well as laws within the country that stop businesses from being competitive.
Harvard's new endowment manager, Narv Narvakar, has shaken things up after a dismal performancee, but he is repeating the mistakes of the old manager.
In commenting on the current state of economic decline in our country, the Heritage Foundation is following the First Rule of Holes: If you're in one, stop digging.
The impact of the 15-percent “foreign buyer transfer tax” levied by Vancouver, Canada, was felt almost immediately: Real estate prices started falling, builders are cancelling, workers are being laid off, and the negative ripple effect is rolling ever outward.