On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Conn Carrol argues the GOP should reorient its approach to balance GDP and social capital.
Amid an economy inflated from government handouts and supply chain disruptions, U.S. gross domestic product missed growth projections in the second quarter.
At our current rate of spending, the U.S. will be unable to confront major problems in the future because we’ve already stretched ourselves too thin.
If this pandemic and economic recovery in the U.S. and China have proved anything, it’s that freedom is better than authoritarianism for prosperity.
The third-quarter GDP increase clawed back two-thirds of the combined first- and second-quarter contractions—in just one quarter. If elected, Joe Biden’s policies would reverse this recovery.
The drastic GDP growth reflects a return in consumer activities such as shopping and eating out at restaurants or bars as states slowly reopen.
The Democratic Party long ago abandoned working-class blacks and whites in favor of identity politics, corporatism, and cultural leftism. It’s time for the GOP to step up by returning to its roots.
By spiking unemployment benefits with an additional $600 a week, Congress made it more profitable to file for taxpayer handouts than remain employed.
What to do about the U.S. economy in the wake of the Wuhan virus? The answer requires a mix of both short-term suppression and then long-term mitigation.
The retreat of socialism has led to extraordinary gains in the most important aspects of human existence over the past 30-40 years.
If inflation reaches ‘80s levels and the Fed responds by increasing interest rates to ‘80s levels, the United States will undergo a jarring debt crisis.
Donald Trump is now ‘picking winners and losers’ by bailing out industries that are suffering the consequences of policies that he claims have no losers.
While Jesse Kelly is absolutely right that economic failure and socialism are inexorably related, he is not correct that the United States is on an unstoppable path to this oblivion.
A grand merger between conservatism and populism is a logical inevitability that will boost both the movement and, more importantly, the nation.
Our economic turnaround only began in earnest when the tinkering and superfluous spending stopped.
The U.S. economy shrank by 2.9 percent last quarter. Don’t worry, though, it’s totally not Obama’s fault at all.
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