President Trump celebrated the opening of a new coal mine in Pennsylvania as an example of what can be accomplished when government eliminates crippling regulations.
The announced retirement of Ford’s CEO Mark Fields — his position to be taken by the head of Ford’s autonomous vehicle division — caught many by surprise. It shouldn't have. By Bob Adelmann
After doing “some research,” Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh changed her mind and her position on a bill that would raise the city's minimum wage to $15 an hour, saying instead that “I am vetoing this bill.”
Trump poltiical strategist Stephen Bannon has dismissed Austrian economics as not "real world." On the contrary, adherence to its tenets would improve the economic "real world" of millions of Americans.
The Raiders are leaving Oakland because that city refused to give the billionaire owner of the NFL team a subsidy for a new stadium.
Once again the price of economic ignorance will be borne mostly by those who are ignorant. By Bob Adelmann
With union pension plans on the route to going broke and unions looking to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, it should be asked, "And just who backs up the PBGC?"
Although forecasters are surely correct that the deficit spending that the country has been engaging in cannot last forever (and will likely end in turmoil), the trick to forecasting is getting the date right.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Fox News on Sunday that cuts in entitlement programs — i.e., Social Security and Medicare — won’t appear in the president’s budget.