The disappointing January jobs report is consistent with a broadly underperforming economy.
Getting headline unemployment down to 6% while employing those folks at the margins of the labor market would require about 365,000 jobs each month for three years.
Morici sees the Affordable Care Act as weighing on future American employment.
President Obama put his political fortunes ahead of the least prosperous citizens by badgering Republicans in Congress to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.
Despite nearly five years of economic recovery, the fortunes of working Americans have decidedly worsened.
It's time for the State of the Union speech. The GOP needs to develop a new strategy.
The weight of evidence indicates cutting long-term unemployment gets lazy workers to quit the government dole and take lower paying jobs.
Disparities between the rich and the poor are as ancient as civilization, but in modern democracies, this condition is exacerbated by globalization and technologies that drive it.
The best way to reverse a slow growing economy is to clear a path for investment and entrepreneurs.
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