The New Republic’s Jon Chait, citing the New York Times’ economist-columnist Paul Krugman, takes shots at the idea that hyperactive government activity has generated uncertainty in the marketplace and thus put downward pressure on investment and hiring (”The Nonexistent Confidence Crisis,” he cal
The financial crisis of 2008 and resultant economic problems have understandably shaken Americans’ confidence in business.
The expansion of government under the policies of the Bush and Obama administrations is prompting many Americans to ask how much government is too much. No one denies needing government services of all kinds, but what are the trade-offs? Can there be too much government?
This blog is part of a series featuring the country's top young entrepreneurs who speak on the Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour (EET).