James C. Capretta | RealClearPolicy
The administration would have more success restraining spending if it emphasized improving government productivity instead of eliminating functions and agencies that powerful factions in Congress support.
Giselle Donnelly | The American Interest
Challenges to America’s role abroad are more likely to lead to a strategic restoration than a realist revolution.
Bret Swanson | AEIdeas
We are still a long way from fully transforming health care, education, manufacturing, transportation, food, retail, and other sectors into information industries.But we are now seeing the first breakout of productivity growth in more than a decade, suggesting we may be on the edge of a longer-term productivity revival.
Matt Weidinger | RealClearPolicy
An improved count and an understanding of the efficacy of programs not included in the official poverty measure would help policymakers better judge whether and what additional changes are needed to help more Americans escape poverty.
Mark J. Perry | AEIdeas
Generous Motors No More
If the auto giant wants to keep jobs in the country, it can’t go back to offering rich benefits to union workers.