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Obama is too worried about Democratic fortunes for 2016 to focus on jobs.
The new GOP majority in Congress should take up the president's issues, but give them a conservative twist to promote investment and jobs.
Job creation continues, but there's hardly anything else worth bragging about.
Here are some ways the Republicans in Congress can show they can move the economy forward and govern responsibly.
Stocks have recovered and still have plenty of room on the upside.
A GOP victory won't fix the structural problems holding back the U.S. economy or its lowering living standards.
Vocational training is a better investment than college for many young people. Here's why.
The president must compromise with a GOP-controlled Senate to avoid recession risks.
Europe can't recover with a single currency or with Germany's mercantilist policies.
Stocks are not overvalued and this is no time for panic. Stocks would have to be trading at much more than 18 times earnings to be overpriced.