The United Nations self-styled “Human Rights” apparatus is under fire yet again after one of its “experts,” a Brazilian socialist, issued a report suggesting that efforts to control ballooning welfare spending in the United Kingdom were a supposed “human rights” violation. According to the UN, authorities in the UK must build more and better taxpayer-funded housing to comply with supposed “obligations” under so-called “international law.”
Congressional Budget Office director Douglas Elmendorf testfied before the House Budget Committee on February 5 stating that ObamaCare provides a "disincentive for people to work."
During his deposition in front of Detroit's bankruptcy judge, financial manager Kevyn Orr revealed how a couple of banks and an insurance company broke the law by fraudulently funding Detroit's pensions under former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.
As the New York Times' total yearly revenue fell by 1.1 percent while net income fell more than half, the Times tried to put a good face on things.
The question about what Ben Bernanke would be doing now that he's retired from the Fed has been answered.
Here’s an actual business case, a true story about an acquaintance of mine and her entrepreneurship and success in the competitive arena of women’s decorative gear — an account of income changes that occurred in her expanding enterprise that might add some insight and economic realism to the growing and increasingly heated debate about income inequality.
Though both Republicans and Democrats have backed crony capitalism with tax dollars, the Democratic Party has been a more reliable supporter of crony capitalism than the Republican Party.
ObamaCare will result in a loss of about 2.5 million jobs by 2024, mostly because of the law's disincentives to work, according to a new report from the Congressional Budget Office.
Now that credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has ended the suspense by announcing that it is cutting Puerto Rico’s $70 billion worth of general obligation bonds to junk status, questions about the island’s economic future abound.
The Seattle Seahawks trounced the Denver Broncos in pro football's ultimate game, but the National Football League extended its winning streak through Super Bowl XLVIII with an equally convincing array of tax breaks from the state of New Jersey, the Star-Ledger reported.