The American People Can’t Afford Bidenomics
The White House and its progressive economists have been celebrating – what they claim – is a remarkable “economic recovery.” However, the vast majority of Americans are not joining in the jubilee. There is a clear disconnect between the supposed economic upturn and the affordability crisis you face every day.
California continues to constrain the rental housing market — to its detriment.
California lawmakers seem to be caught in a cycle of repeating past mistakes when it comes to interfering in the rental housing market. Despite good intentions to stabilize housing costs and protect tenants from displacement, a new set of “renters’ rights” laws taking effect this year is yet another meddlesome burden on housing providers.
Hispanics are Shaping a New Conservative Majority
Hispanics want a return to policies that create prosperity, restore and preserve America’s free enterprise system, defend American workers and their families, promote economic growth for the underserved and underrepresented, provide access to quality education, and protect our borders to ensure safe and secure communities.
Hidden Cost: The True Price of Federal Debt to American Taxpayers
Chief Economist Mike Faulkender will testify before the House Committee on Ways & Means for a hearing on “Hidden Cost: The True Price of Federal Debt to American Taxpayers.”
It’s Not a Happy Labor Day for American Workers Under Biden’s Economy
The spirit of the American worker is the very foundation of our great Nation. There is no force more potent, when left to be free, to prosper, and to flourish. From 2017 to 2020, American workers experienced once of the greatest and most robust economies in U.S. history, which featured the lowest unemployment rate in half a century, consistent wage increases, and a clear path out of poverty for millions of low-income Americans.