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The economy's improving so what's not to like? In a nutshell, there are two big problems with the job market, says Michael Farr.
Behind in the polls, Obama's rekindling class warfare against banks, corporations, and rich people, says Larry Kudlow.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry still looks strong for 2016 despite a phony Democratic indictment, says Larry Kudlow.
Many economists are writing off 2% growth as "secular stagnation." To quote JFK, "We can do bettah!," Larry Kudlow and Stephen Moore say.
CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow and economist Robert Sinche argue that the best kind of welfare the U.S. can provide is a job.
It is wrong to call the Export-Import Bank a subsidy for US business, says the chief economist for the National Association of Manufacturers.
The Export-Import Bank makes America more competitive and deserves bipartisan support, say Robert Wolf and Kevin Varney of 32 Advisors.
Where is the GOP's better deal? Rather than a lawsuit, why not a growth plan?, asks Larry Kudlow.
Our biggest fear has been that the Fed would be unwilling to remove support until it’s too late. We are well past that point, says Michael Farr.
Wouldn't it be nice if, just for once, Obama defended American business instead of attacking it?, asks Larry Kudlow.
The US won the Cold War largely because Reagan had a strong economy to back him up. Obama has broken that link—and Putin knows it, says Larry Kudlow.
When do we get off this treadmill, where central banks believe it's their job to not only provide stability but also boost asset prices?
The June jobs report was strong but there were some important glitches, says Larry Kudlow.
President Obama's economic team is looking into more Wall Street regulation, specifically when it comes to risky behavior. USA Today reports.
The Export-Import Bank is the perfect example of corporate welfare, crony capitalism, fraud and corruption, Larry Kudlow says.
Obamacare has stirred a lot of partisan bickering but here's one thing you can't argue about, says Jake Novak.
Since Mississippi voters don't register by party, incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran got Democratic support to defeat his tea party challenger.
The Mississippi Senate runoff between Thad Cochran and Chris McDaniel has turned into a proxy war for feuding Republican factions.
Newly elected House majority whip Steve Scalise is a star, and a true conservative on issues like immigration and the economy.
The U.S. has sent billions in assistance--but a large portion has been squandered or disappeared. The Fiscal Times reports.