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According to The Economist, "The home of laissez-faire is being suffocated by excessive and badly written regulation." The point is not that America has an overwhelming amount of bad regulation, though the ex
Is it half-time in America? Is our country facing an inevitable decline? Not if Clint Eastwood has anything to say about it.
America has momentous deccisions to make. Extraordinary challenges and unprecedented opportunities shaped by an increasingly competitive global economy, shifting demographics, and expanding freedom are taking shape all around us. At the same time, alarming indicators and dangerous trends in our nation’s economy, governance, and politics are seriously impeding our progress and threaten America’s competitiveness position.
The United States was built and survives on core strengths unique to our republic.
The Aspen Institute is known for asking what I like to call "killer questions." Since Aspen is in the business of ideas, they know that questions have a way of focusing the mind on what we know and don't know, spurring on that tumbling, teaming process of
It is tempting to think that all the nation’s economic troubles – slow growth and high unemployment – can be traced to the financial crisis and the recession that started in 2007-2008. But this would be a mistake. Some of the challenges the country faces predate the financial crisis.
As part of its Business Horizon Series, NCF, in partnership with the Chamber's Let's Rebuild America initiative hosted a half-day program.