Forty-six percent of Bay Area residents surveyed said they are likely to move out of the area in the next few years, and 61 percent of those plan to leave California.
Though jobs are plentiful, some economists are predicting a downturn, which recalls the truism that economic forecasting makes weather forecasting look good.
The improving U.S. economy appears to be having another ameliorative effect: Talk of the "blue wave" in the Novmber elections has all but disappeared.
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.
Financial expert John Mauldin believes that actions the Federal Reserve will likely take to deal with inflation from government overspending will soon cause a massive recession. by Bob Adelmann
Despite higher gas prices, most Americans won't even feel the increase in gas prices on their vacations this summer.
The AFL-CIO opposes the TPP, and that's good. But they miss the most important reason to oppose the deal: keeping our independence.
High-flying “visionary” Elon Musk is finding that “public-private partnerships” have their risks. Taxpayers are learning that lesson also.
The U.S. economy, as measured by job growth, job openings, and unemployment numbers, is stronger now than at any time in the past 17 years.
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.