Does anyone in Washington, D.C., have the intestinal fortitude to avert disaster?
A liberal pitches a tax-and-spend idea with no basis in economic behavior or statistics. Ho hum.
The proposal is an anti-free market prescription for choking off capital and entrepreneurship.
Three slight adjustments is all it will take ... and it won't cost a penny.
The Obama-Santelli controversy is grounded in the natural animosity between the markets and D.C. bureaucracy.
Henry Paulson's "solutions" are mostly aimed at propping up his Wall Street pals.
It is questionable whether the congressional bailout deal will do any good whatsoever.
The people Obama wants to tax are the very people whose wealth drives innovation.
Which U.S. presidential candidate is best equipped to tame it?
Trashing speculators is all the rage, but let's separate the myths from the facts.