Bryan Dean Wright, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi appeared Sunday on Fox News to defend herself and the Democratic Party’s new initiative – dubbed A Better Deal – aimed at rebuilding her party’s standing with the nation’s voters. Pelosi’s pitch was straightforward: our economy is rigged against America’s workers and only Democrats can fix it.
David Limbaugh, It is enormously frustrating that conservatives can’t capture the moral high ground from the phony virtue-signaling factory that is the modern Democratic Party. Conservative policies not only work better but also are morally superior. Democrats depend on cliches and false narratives to obstruct true reform — which includes shaming many Republicans from believing
Ed Feulner, “Drain the swamp!” It was the battle cry of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. Many Republican members of Congress echoed that call as well, riding it to victory — and control of both legislative chambers. The American people rallied around the cry because it reinforced their impression of what Washington had become: a swamp
Michael Reagan, The stock market is soaring. The economy is improving and employment is up. But all you get from the Fake News Media (FNM) every night is more Trump bashing. Night after night, as one phony scandal involving the president, his family or his administration fizzles into nothing and is replaced by another, TV
Newt Gingrich, President Trump’s speech Thursday was extraordinarily important and powerful. He set the stage for a new, practical common-sense approach to a better environment with a better economy. He also re-established the sound principle that an American president’s first obligation is to the American people and the American nation. Finally, he brilliantly concluded his
Steve Forbes, While all eyes on are on Washington these days to see how well the bold Trump agenda advances, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is quietly creating a case-study in how to achieve economic growth and create the jobs of the future. He is luring high-tech innovators, attracting scores of start-ups, and incentivizing corporate expansion.
John Carney, The American job creation machine was re-ignited in April after a disappointing March. Payrolls grew by 211,000 jobs in the months and unemployment fell to 4.4 percent, the lowest since May 2007. The consensus forecast of economists was for job growth of 185,000 and for a slight increase in unemployment. A broader measure of
Donald Lambro, The U.S. economy plummeted to its weakest quarterly growth rate in two years in yet another bleak reminder of former President Obama’s failed fiscal policies. The Commerce Department reported last week that the nation’s gross domestic product, the broadest measure of the economy’s health, barely grew at a dismal 0.7 percent annual rate
Colin McNickle, Job growth of any kind is welcome, of course. But all growth is not created equal, remind scholars at the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy. And Pennsylvania’s tax collection numbers are most instructive in that regard. The Lincoln Institute’s recent spring survey of commonwealth businesses suggested there is a more optimistic view of
Jamie White | Infowars, We will have a national currency like all other countries, she said. Nationalist presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has declared the “euro is dead” and said France must bring back the Franc, its former national currency, to regain control of France’s economy. Le Pen, who campaigned on leaving the eurozone and
One hundred days ago, when my father stood in front of the American people and took the oath of office, an American resurgence began. After eight years of endless talk and speeches, sluggish growth at home and weakness abroad, a sense of optimism and opportunity is taking hold. In the first one hundred days of
French voters began to flood the polls Sunday under heightened security to kick-off the start of a tense first-round poll that has been seen as a test for the spread of populism around the world. Security around the more than 60,000 polling stations was tightened up in wake of the deadly shooting on the Champs-Elysses