Making things in America is crucially important to our future economy. But it matters as much that we use the right words as that we explore the right ideas and policies.
We don't sell enough things because we don't make enough things anymore. Over time this means we get poorer and poorer as we borrow more and more.
The mystery is solved: Barack Obama murdered Vince Foster. It should have been obvious all along. Of course Hillary could not have murdered Vince F...
Pittsburgh, known as "Steel City," was a center of the Rust Belt -- so-called because so much of our manufacturing, once America's economic powerhouse, has been outsourced.
The health care debate is bringing America's division out into the open: Is America going to work for the benefit of its people or for the few who benefit from concentrated ownership of large corporations?
Why is America's National Association of Manufacturers echoing the Cato Institute's views against American manufacturing? Has this organization lost its way? Do NAM members know about this?
This is a story we know too well: Wall Street vs. Main Street. Irresponsible behavior leads to bonuses for the former while working hard and playing by the rules leads to unemployment and foreclosure for the latter.
Very soon we will have an opportunity to see where President Obama comes down on trade with China, and whether the U.S. tire industry will be granted relief.
Before deciding whether or not government should make decisions let's look at the alternative. Not enough consideration is given to the real question: if We, the People don't make decisions, then who does?