Cyclical recessions and recoveries come and go. That’s the nature of a market economy.
Unfortunately, the current recovery under the Obama presidency is distinguished for its status as the most sluggish in recorded U.S. history. That’s not by coincidence, but rather the consequence of his growth-killing bigger-government policies.
Fortunately, there’s something being done about it, and it’s something that already constitutes a rare opportunity for bipartisan action.
This week, Congressman Dave Camp (R – Michigan) proposed a bold overhaul…
"If foot-dragging were a competitive sport, President Obama and his administration would be world champions for their performance in delaying the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. ... Last Friday afternoon, the time when officials make announcements they hope no one will notice, the State Department declared that it is putting off a decision on Keystone XL indefinitely — or at least, it…[more]