September’s BLS Report will likely be significant but, behind the numbers, things don’t look all that great.
Newly released statistics indicate that the economy is slowing down and in danger of slipping into a recession.
TSA agents detained a woman for having the audacity to drink her water rather than hand it over for testing.
An attack on Iran’s nuclear program would be far more complicated than a one-off attack.
Another bad jobs report threatens to undermine whatever good will the President had coming off the Democratic National Convention.
Entirely unsurprisingly, the shooting at the Family Research Center’s office in Washington, D.C. is already being politicized.
The combination of falling oil prices and increased exports has the US trade deficit at its lowest point since December 2010.
An object lesson in bureaucracy and the reason why infrastructure projects aren’t as easy to complete as some think.
Moderate Republicans in the House are starting to become more assertive in voicing their frustrations with how Congress is operating.
Major metropolitan areas are routinely shut down for presidential fundraisers.
One part of the Supreme Court’s PPACA ruling has not received a lot of attention, but it has the potential to have a lot of impact in the future.
As gas prices fall, the politics of fuel prices are changing.
The President’s Cabinet is less a Team Of Rivals and more a Team Of Managers.
Another sign this morning that the economic has been slowing, and may be contracting.
It’s another bad jobs report for May, and time once again to wonder how much slower this economy can get.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is seeking to raise money for toll roads through a user tax on their best customers.
The economic statistics aren’t pointing in a very optimistic direction.
The price of a DC cab ride went up big time recently and neither riders nor cabbies are happy.
At the apex of the last economic boom, we were spending far less as a percentage of our income on food, clothing, and transportation than our predecessors of half a century before, with the surplus going mostly to education and health care.
Marine Sergeant Gary Stein will soon be free to criticize the commander-in-chief all he wants. As a civilian.
No, the Obama Administration is not plotting to nationalize the economy in the name of some “national emergency.”
Huntsman’s tactics reinforced his fellow Republicans’ natural skepticism of his candidacy.
Higher gas prices in the spring could have an impact on the economy, and the election.
Senator Jim DeMint demonstrated clearly today what is wrong with Washington.
Some good news in the December jobs report.
Proving yet again that the plural of anecdote is not data.
A list of international contingencies to worry about in the coming year. Handy as a stocking stuffer!
The much celebrated ban on earmarks isn’t stopping Congressmen from trying to earmark.