While an economic depression is highly unlikely, the fact that many voters think one's coming is bad news for Democrats and the midterm elections.
Will future college students get their student loans forgiven? It's not in Biden's executive order, but he'll likely propose it before the 2024 presidential election.
Here’s a modest proposal: Colleges and universities should draw from their own endowments to provide student loans before that obligation is foisted off on taxpayers.
Congrats to everyone who didn't have college debt. Now you do.
How much of America’s $30.7 trillion national debt is a result of fraud? A lot, and it’s growing exponentially.
Responsible economists ask how a proposed tax increase could distort economic decisions; Democrats ask a different question.
President Biden said he wouldn’t raise taxes on people making under $400,000. His revised version to build back better does exactly that.
Joe Manchin may have received Chuck Schumer's assurances that the Senate will vote on energy permitting reforms, but that doesn't mean the EPA will honor those reforms.
Biden's student loan cancellation ploy would exacerbate inflation by putting even more money in the pockets of millions of Americans, most of whom don't need the additional cash.
If you think inflation is bad now, wait until state and local governments and the feds start spending all of that appropriated money in the infrastructure bill.