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Business Review Board / December 2, 2016

November Jobs Numbers Are Mixed

Economic numbers show more of the same.

Business Review Board / November 23, 2016

Obama Judge Halts Overtime Rule

The news just keeps getting worse for Democrats.

Business Review Board / October 19, 2016

EPA Couldn’t Care Less About Coal Job Losses

Judge finds that the agency didn’t care to calculate its regulatory impact.

Business Review Board / October 14, 2016

Bigger Deficits and More Economic Woes Ahead

As the deficit grows, economists predict recession within four years.

Business Review Board / October 6, 2016

IMF Downgrades U.S. Economic Outlook

Largest economic decline in one year and Democrats think the economy is just fine.

Business Review Board / September 16, 2016

Why Are Taxpayers on the Hook for Student Loans?

Obama targeting ITT Tech is only part of the story.

Business Review Board / September 13, 2016

Who’s Up for a Carbon Tax?

Even when gas prices are low, leftists complain.

Business Review Board / September 12, 2016

Lesson From Wells Fargo

Capitalism is far from perfect, but it’s still vastly preferable to other systems.

Business Review Board / September 6, 2016

Successfully Hammering the Coal Industry

Both Obama and Clinton are working to bankrupt coal.

Business Review Board / September 1, 2016

There’s No Winning the Gas Wars

Climate alarmists put their agenda ahead of consumers’ well-being.

Business Review Board / August 29, 2016

It Pays to Be a Liberal

Just ask the Obama administration, which is redistributing bank wealth.

Business Review Board / August 25, 2016

Minimum Wage Hikes Are Cooking Jobs

The restaurant industries in both Seattle and DC are bleak.

Business Review Board / August 17, 2016

Seattle’s False Positive

The minimum wage increase is creating a bigger problem than it solves.

Business Review Board / August 8, 2016

Emanuel Thinks More Taxes Will Solve Pension Woes

“Never let a serious crisis go to waste.”

Business Review Board / August 5, 2016

Putting July’s Jobs Report in Perspective

Lots of good news, a little not-so-good news.

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