This week, members of congress are supposedly spending a recess to converse with town hall voters in their respective districts. Like eight years ago, that
In the nineteenth century, the English poet John Godfrey Saxe penned The Blind Men and the Elephant. The poem was based on an Indian fable,
As the Presidential election enters its final week, it is worth considering which parts of the stock market are helped by which political party. In
As this election draws to a close, an effort to establish historic parallels is insightful. It would seem that this race most closely approximates the
Manufacturing Jobs Are Not Coming Back No Matter Who is Elected President: Rational Talk about Employment in America.
Aside from the wholesale exportation of immigrants, the central economic thesis of the Trump campaign is the return of manufacturing jobs that were taken out