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Tax and Regulatory Reform Will Mark the End of Obama’s War on Business

Larry Kudlow, On the very day President Donald Trump’s incentive-based tax and regulatory policies are put in place, Barack Obama’s war on business will have officially come to an end. No longer will American companies be punished by uncompetitive rates of taxation and unnecessary rules and regulations. Business tax rates are coming down from roughly

Under Republican President Trump, the Media Rediscovers Its Purpose

Larry Elder, Only hours into his new job, White House press secretary Sean Spicer attacked the media for what he called “dishonesty” and “deliberately false reporting.” He specifically challenged the reporting that said President Donald Trump’s inauguration had a smaller audience than the inaugurations of President Barack Obama and that Trump removed the bust of

Factory activity hits two-year high as orders surge

U.S. factory activity accelerated to a two-year high in December amid a surge in new orders and employment, suggesting some of the oil-related drag on manufacturing was fading. Other data on Tuesday showed construction spending hitting a 10-1/2-year high in November, which could provide a lift to fourth-quarter economic growth. The reports suggested president-elect Donald

Time for Congress to come clean and tell you what its budget proposals really cost

Sen. Steve Daines, Can you imagine sitting around the dinner table considering purchasing a car or a new home, but not factoring in the cost of the interest on the loan?  Yet, this is what Congress does with its legislative budget estimates – one more example of why Washington is broken. To restore the public’s

Trump’s path to economic success blazed by Kennedy, Reagan

Sean Hannity, President-elect Donald Trump won’t take the oath of office until Jan. 20, but that is not stopping him from trying to clean up the economic mess his predecessor is leaving behind. On Wednesday, Trump met with tech titans to discuss job creation and innovation. Just before that roundtable discussion at Trump Tower, the

Mr. Trump, you know that free trade has failed us. Here’s how to finally get trade right

Peter Morici, Free trade has failed America, and nothing would do more to restore economic growth than finally getting international trade right—especially with China. The economics behind free trade is simple. Lowering tariffs and other barriers to global commerce should foster more specialization among nations. Workers in America don’t stitch garments and assemble iPhones but