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By: JoEllen Chernow, director of economic justice, Center for Popular Democracy
In minimum wage fight, preemption is being used as a tool to permanently disempower people of color and immigrants, says JoEllen Chernow. » Read More
Trump likes Rand Paul. Paul likes to stick it to Mitch McConnell. This ends badly for Trump, says Vox's Tara Golshan.
Hassett's claim that cutting the corporate tax rate to 20 per cent would raise wages by $4,000 per worker is absurd, says Larry Summers.
Here's the one move that guaranteed that my retirement nest egg would last, says International Living's Dan Prescher.
Trump doesn't understand who he is hurting most by cutting Obamacare subsidies, says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
The image of private equity as a parasitic form of business completely misses the point, writes VC Joe Lonsdale.
Democrats have Jimmy Kimmel to help sell their ideas. The GOP has … a guy named Kevin. They’re going to need some new tactics, says Jake Novak.
The 1950s concept of driving as an expression of personal liberty has been replaced by the brutal reality that driving is often a tedious chore, F. Todd Davidson writes in The Conversation.
Without the subsidies, Medicaid will remain the best option for many Americans, defeating the purpose of the cuts, says Dr. Jim Rickards.
The tech companies and their visionary founders have raised "transparency" as the cure-all for oppression and corruption, says Jim Rutenberg of the NYT.
China has been trying to reduce its dependence on the dollar, but Beijing might want to rethink that plan, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Despite all the attacks from politicians and the press, people still love the tech industry.
Killing the Clean Power Plan to save coal is like giving subsidies to hay producers to keep buggies on the street, says Christiana Figueres.
A newly unshackled Pres. Trump may now look to push the limits on what he can do on taxes without congressional approval, says Jake Novak.
Journalist Soledad O’Brien says we need to step up help young minority students be successful.
NFL owners' proposed Anthem rule won't help bring unity to the league, says Kellogg School of Management professor Nicholas Pearce.
Jared Bernstein, a former economic advisor to Joe Biden and Barack Obama, says Trump’s tax “cut” would actually raise taxes in some cases.
There are two schools of Republican thought on what to do about the Iran agreement, says Matthew RJ Brodsky in National Review.
Trump's executive order reducing insurance requirements was good but now the sickest Americans need new protections, says Jake Novak.
On tax reform, President Trump is making a populist argument for trickle down economics, says Jake Novak. It's a tall order.
Here’s what would be the best way to financially help Puerto Rico, says Ike Brannon, the president of Capital Policy Analytics and a fellow at the Cato Institute.