Articles by David Brodwin
Far reaching trade pacts make a mockery of the democratic process.
Innovation will ease implementation of new rules, as it almost always does.
Dodd-Frank rules won't protect ordinary depositors when the next bank crisis hits.
The sales tax exemption for Internet retailers is a preference that made sense once, but does not any more.
These trade negotiations are about corporations seeking to prevent competition.
Raise some rates and level the playing field to protect essential services.
Those in the small businesses community recognize the value of immigration.
Can we save finance from the bankers, and capitalism from the capitalists?
Vouchers and block grants don’t get us more cost-effective health care, they just get us less of the same, too-expensive health care that we have now.
Democrats can't let themselves be lulled into the false premise that deficits are always bad, and taxes are always worse than deficits.