Articles by David Shulman
The agenda President Barack Obama endorsed during his inaugural address proves his priorities are not in the right place.
President Barack Obama must work with Republicans to address the contentious tax issues facing the country.
Reducing the federal deficit will require both parties to make drastic sacrifices.
The theory behind the zero interest rate policy leaves out quite a bit of downside scenarios that act contradictory to policy.
The debate over taxes and spending between Obama and Republicans has nothing to do with deficit reduction.
Over the longer term, well past this November's elections, there are some policy options would bring gasoline prices down.
The economy is getting better, but we shouldn't be misled by the seasonally adjusted data the government reports.
Barack Obama is ignoring the advice of his own Simpson-Bowles Deficit Reduction Commission.
The Federal Reserve changes the way it measures inflation.
There was plenty to like in Obama's speech--but also plenty not to like.