More and more U.S. companies are using benefits from President Trump’s tax reform program to enhance their employees’ benefits, from paying more of their health insurance premiums to contributing more to their retirement plans.
President Trump’s celebrated huge second-quarter GDP gains, and on cue, the naysayers came out of the woodwork, explaining why the second quarter’s numbers were so strong.
Trump the negotiator most likely welcomes Chinese difficulties as leverage to get a fairer trade deal for the United States.
The jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released on Friday showed more than 600,000 people entering or re-entering the workforce.
The U.S. economy continues to hum along, according a report by the human services company ADP, and likely to be confirmed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) on Friday.
Tuesday’s sharp drop of two dollars per barrel for crude will, within weeks, push gas prices back down, perhaps to as low as $2.50 a gallon by the end of July.
The Koch brothers are launching a multimillion-dollar campaign to get Congress to rescind President Trump's ability to renegotiate or withdraw from multinational trade agreements and impose tariffs.
Illinois has dropped from the fifth most-populous state in the union to sixth, due largely to the state taxing them out of their homes.
High-flying “visionary” Elon Musk is finding that “public-private partnerships” have their risks. Taxpayers are learning that lesson also.
While free-market Americans might think the decision by the Federal Court of Canada is something to like, they should consider the implications for America's national sovereignty.