Although elements of socialism have slowly crept into the economy, President Obama's calls for wage insurance cross well over the line. Under his State of the Union proposal, American workers could draw benefits merely for taking lower paying jobs, effectively cancelling out the free market in the process.
The International Monetary Fund is urging G-20 nations to consider a coordinated implementation of fiscal and monetary stimulus to counteract signs of a slowing global economy. What does that mean, and does it make sense for the United States and the rest of the world to consider?
Heavy doses of monetary policy have become the norm throughout the Western world over the past few decades, with the lowering of interest rates the most commonly utilized tool. Can interest rates ever go below zero, and if so, what does it mean?
With high levels of inflation and general economic malaise affecting Venezuala, some experts say the country has passed "the point of no return."
Last Friday, the Commerce Department released its initial estimate of U.S. economic growth for the fourth quarter of 2015, and the news was grim for the economy.
The Federal Reserve will not be audited any time soon, but its manipulations may soon lead to a sound money revolution.