She’s continuing to swing at the candidates beating her at the polls.
Paul Volcker, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board who put an end to the rampant inflation that threatened to choke the American economy, has died at 92.
Elizabeth Warren took most of the fire during last night’s fourth Democratic debate, which will likely go a long way toward winnowing down a crowded field.
Can the media fairly parse the statements of those running against President ‘Bottomless Pinocchio’?
President Trump and the Congressional leadership have reached agreement on a multi-year budget deal that that busts through all remaining controls on spending.
The latest Federal Reserve report on the economy shows Trump’s trade policies are having an increasingly negative impact.
As the shutdown drags on, it’s beginning to have an impact on the economy.
Best known as a television host, he served in the Reagan administration and chief economist of Bear Stearns.
President Trump has selected Jerome Powell, a member of the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, to replace Janet Yellen as Chairman.
John McCain has been standing out from his fellow Republicans largely by unleashing on President Trump, and it is unlikely to end anytime soon.
Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellin hinted strongly today that we’re likely to see another interest rate increase this month.
With two votes last night, President Trump’s Cabinet is coming together.
The Federal Reserve Board raised interest rates for only the second time in a decade, but it still seems like it’s chasing an inflation monster that doesn’t exist.
The Financial Crisis was not a problem of macroeconomics, but a cluster of microeconomic problems all acting together.
A Saturday night debate wasn’t likely to get much attention to begin with. A Saturday night debate in the wake of a major terrorist attack, and a major football game for Iowa’s premier college football team, likely got even less attention. That’s probably good news for Hillary Clinton, and bad news for her two remaining rivals.
The final GDP revision for the second quarter showed the economy grew at a nearly four percent rate.
The price of oil is continuing to fall, but it won’t last forever.
More bad poll numbers for the President.
The Tea Party hit another new polling low, but that really shouldn’t be much of a surprise.
The economy of the Euro Zone remains in quiet dire straits, unless you’re lucky enough to live in Germany.
There’s no denying it now. The GOP is being harmed by the events in Washington far more than the President and Democrats in general.
The real world impact of what’s happening in Washington is becoming apparent.
Signs that investors are starting to get nervous about the lack of action coming out of Washington.
The world oil markets aren’t too far away from being hit by the shock of massively increased demand from China. Somehow, we’ll have to adapt.
Because sometimes poorly contructed observations can set a fellow to writing.
Ben Bernanke thinks doing more of the same is just what the economy needs.
A new round of polling has Obama in the lead and shows reasons why Romney’s supporters should be concerned, but it’s unclear how long any of this will last.
John Cole takes exception to my recent summary of recent Obama campaign highlight.
There’s a large group of people out there that like the President, but they’re probably not going to vote.
More evidence of the extent to which Members of Congress have profited from the inside information they receive.
Guess who got advance warning of government actions on the eve of the 2008 financial crisis?
Herman Cain’s foreign policy consists of little more than deliberate ignorance.
With the advantage of hindsight, it’s clear that more creative strategies were needed. But they probably couldn’t have been passed.
In an interview, President Obama says that Americans are worse off than they were four years ago.