The latest news on economics
Now that the primaries are over, he talks about cutting corporate taxes and big energy tax rebates for consumers.
He criticizes McCain's plan for increasing the debt, but it looks like his does, too.
Jason Furman has advocated policy views contrary to the campaign positions of his boss.
The probable Democratic nominee ignores climate change and blames Bush for the housing depression.
On economics, Democratic campaign themes haven't changed much since 1980.
The almost certain Democratic presidential nominee merely wants government to take a far greater regulatory role in healthcare, energy, and other major sectors of the economy. That's all.
Each candidate has ideas that could slow the economy.
The third-party presidential candidate is light on policy details.