AP - Key proposals from the Republican presidential candidates might make for good campaign fodder. But independent analyses raise serious questions about those plans and their ability to cure the nation's ills in two vital areas, the economy and housing.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Key proposals from the Republican presidential candidates might make for good campaign fodder. But independent analyses raise serious questions about those plans and their ability to cure the nation's ills in two vital areas, the economy and housing....
ABCOne of the most influential GOP donors took a big swing at Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump in an interview aired Sunday.
In the ABC interview, Koch Industries CEO Charles Koch was highly critical of Trump's proposals toward Muslims on the campaign trail.
WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton insisted on Wednesday that the State Department is moving swiftly and aggressively to strengthen security at U.S. missions worldwide after the deadly Sept. 11 raid on the consulate in Libya.
In probably her last appearance on Capitol Hill as America’s top diplomat, Clinton once again took full responsibility for the department’s missteps leading up to assault at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
Ahead of next week's Florida primary, 's Chief Economist weighs in on why housing matters so much to the remaining Republican presidential hopefuls. By Jed Kolko (@JedKolko), ?s Chief Economist Republican presidential candidates have kept housing on the back burner - until now. Tuesday's Florida primary is moving housing front-and-center. Bold new proposals? Don't be ...
A number of proposals on taxes and the budget have come out recently, one by President Obama, one by Mitt Romney, and one by a friend, John Mauldin.
Every one of the proposals are fatally flawed, most of the for multiple reasons. Before one can fix a problem one must understand it.
In general, Democrats want to raise taxes and spend money.
Republicans on the other hand generally want to cut taxes and spend money. Military spending and Medicare spending both soared under Republican. Bush signed a disastrous Medicare bill.