Congressional criticism of Apple for using perfectly legal tax loopholes is lazy and misguided.
California and Illinois, states where unions have long held influence over lawmakers, are drowning in red ink. Recent events show that even Democrats are now pushing back against union greed.
As youth unemployment continues to ride high, where should millennials go to find work? States that embrace low taxes, free market policies, and limited government.
Rumors of America's manufacturing renaissance are greatly exaggerated. Those jobs are gone and aren't coming back.
In such a tough economy, does it make sense for the average student to risk student loan debt in order to pursue higher education?
A full audit of the Federal Reserve would lead to more transparency in the Fed, a government organization which often operates behind closed doors.
Why the Fed should end QE if it wants to lower unemployment and spur economic growth.
It's easy to cast Apple and other multi-national corporations as the villains in avoiding corporate taxes, but our whole corporate tax system is to blame for millions in lost revenue.