A big time recovery plan for Main Street focused on the investments we need is one key element of the change we need. And one that President Obama surely supports.
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Already disadvantaged by years of workplace and legislative failures, women and their families face an increasingly insecure future if policies are not adjusted to meet our ever more pressing needs.
This team inspires trust due to their credentials, experience, and unity around Obama's core economic philosophy -- that America is built on a strong, vibrant, thriving middle class.
President-Elect Obama's remarks should quiet any remaining suspicions that his campaign pledges were merely fleeting campaign promises to be discarded after Election Day.
In light of all the six-step, eight-step and ten-step proposals floating around Washington, I thought I'd offer the following twelve-step program for recovery from the financial crisis.
The bottom line, economically, is that there is a big beautiful sexy cash cow to be milked here.
I don't want to get all starry-eyed here, but I couldn't help but wonder about the dynamics of the recent congressional hearing I testified at about how to help the economy.
Gen Y offers us a peek into tomorrow's business landscape and by understanding how they will rewire the world of work in the future provides solutions in the present.
Main Street America is sending a clear message to Washington these days: Don't direct all your help to Wall Street. Give us the tools we need to dig ourselves out of our own economic crisis.
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