Nancy Pelosi’s Stall Tactics Hurt America’s Economy

Stephen Moore, Wouldn’t it be wonderful if for one brief shining moment in Washington, Congress put good policy over politics — and passed a bill that would benefit American workers, investors and businesses? We haven’t had a true bipartisan victory in Washington for seemingly ages, but we are tantalizingly close to getting there. This would

Are Economists and policy makers are ‘sleepwalking’ toward next financial crisis?

Greg Robb, A sense of gloom about the global economy permeated the International Monetary Fund and World Bank annual meetings over the past week in Washington. The international organizations officially slashed their global growth forecasts and warned of dire consequences if the standoff between the U.S. and China over the future of the global trading

Why Aren’t People Moving to America’s ‘Best’ Cities?

Let the federal government tell you where to live.  Earlier this month, real estate brokerage Redfin published a list of America’s most bicycle-friendly cities, slotting Minneapolis first. That should seem a little ridiculous to anyone who has spent a winter in the North Star metropolis. Then again, hilliness and the number of bike commuters were

MATT DRUDGE Goes Off on Twitter Rampage: ‘It’s the Night of the Republican Suicide’

 Conservative internet mogul Matt Drudge unleashed on the Republican Party Friday after the GOP Congress gave Barack Obama sweeping new powers. President Obama won a big victory for his trade agenda Friday with the Senate’s approval of fast-track legislation that could make it easier for him to complete a wide-ranging trade deal that would include

Denninger: “Wake Up America Before You Get Shot… And Possibly (Yes, Literally) Eaten”

Mac Slavo | SHTFplan.com America’s debt problems aren’t going away. America’s debt problems aren’t going away. In fact, they will continue to get worse. Karl Denninger recently cited a Bloomberg report to make his point at the Market Ticker: Driven by higher interest costs, Social Security and Medicare for baby boomers, as well as tax cuts made permanent