Countries like Germany have gotten away with lecturing others about their fiscal prudence. But maybe the Germans should take a look around them, argues economist Larry Kotlikoff, to see which European Union country is doing it better.
By Laurence Kotlikoff
A year after economist Terry Burnham predicted the Dow Jones Industrial Average would hit 5,000 before 20,000, it closed above 17,000 Monday. But Burnham is sticking by his call, introducing a scorecard to track the macroeconomic policies underlying the impending…
By Terry Burnham
Former deputy energy secretary and mayor of Houston Bill White details how America's borrowing used to be manageable and how it can be once more -- if only the federal government would divide spending bills into parts financed by taxes…
By Bill White
Tom Ashbrook interviews Paul Krugman about Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke.
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