May 23, 2016
In America, more than 230 million citizens are eligible to vote while about 140 million pay income taxes. This is most likely the reason we face the problems we do.
May 16, 2016
Presumptive nominee Donald Trump is refusing to release his tax returns. Despite the deafening criticism, this a decision that demonstrates he is fit to hold the office of president.
May 12, 2016
The inevitable Democratic nominee for President Hillary Clinton has weighed in on the cost of daycare and not surprisingly calls for government action. She believes there should be a program to cap the cost of daycare at 10 percent.
Apr 28, 2016
A recent study concluded that the growth of regulation between 1977 and 2012 reduced economic growth by about 0.8 percent a year. Without all of those new regulations, GDP would be about $4 trillion higher.
Apr 20, 2016
Few technical signals capture the public imagination. Most of the popular signals have ominous names like the Hindenburg Omen, the Titanic Syndrome or the Death Cross. As their names imply, those are all sell signals that dominate headlines when they occur despite their...
Apr 4, 2016
For more than two centuries the U.S. economy has survived wars and depressions. It seemed invincible until excessive regulations began to slowly choke growth.
Mar 31, 2016
A recent television series has refocused attention on the "trial of the century" when O.J. Simpson was cleared of murder charges in 1995. About 7 million viewers are tuning in every week to reminisce about the events that dominated the news twenty-one years ago.
Mar 21, 2016
Oil prices seem to have bottomed and are moving higher after a multi-year bear market.