Millennial Generation's Faith In Free Enterprise Can Be Restored
Investor's Business Daily / May 23, 2018
It's up to us in the business community to lead by example and to prove the values that younger Americans prize — opportunity, independence, social consciousness, and entrepreneurship — flourish under free markets.
Tax Cuts Alone Won’t Get United States to 4% Growth
Morning Consult / April 20, 2018
The benefits of the TCJA are substantial, but even with the president’s regulatory reforms, which also unleashed American entrepreneurship, it’s not enough to get the United States to 4 percent growth.
Here’s what a true expansion economics platform looks like.
Is Kudlow Willing To Tear Up The Old Economic Models? Let's Hope So
Investor's Business Daily / April 16, 2018
Today's academic economists are paid to be wrong. Ruchir Sharma, Morgan Stanley chief global strategist, recently asked how often the ivory tower is incorrect. His answer? Always.
The Infrastructure Bill And Our Labor Shortage Crisis
The Hill / April 11, 2018
The House Ways and Means Human Resources Subcommittee will discuss the nation’s labor shortage this week.
As it does so, members must think about the shortage and the effect it will have on our ability to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure.
Don't Blame Tariffs for Rising Costs
Real Clear Politics / March 27, 2018
Anyone surprised by President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on Chinese products and on steel and aluminum imports from a multitude of countries wasn’t listening during the 2016 election.
Two Approaches to Shortage Of Construction Workers
The Wall Street Journal / March 25, 2018
Kiddar Capital CEO Todd Hitt and Home Builders Institute CEO John Courson offer two perspectives on the national labor shortage crisis in the construction industry.
Is Romney A Conscious Capitalist? Let's Hope So
Investor's Business Daily / March 12, 2018
Mitt Romney is running for Senate. Judging by early polls, he'll win. This race will be much easier than his last, but Romney should think twice as hard about how he portrays free enterprise and those who believe in it.
Four Resolutions for 2018
RealClearPolitics / January 21, 2018
Closing 2017, Republicans were breathing a sigh of relief: Tax reform had been signed, the federal government remained open, and the stock market was soaring.
That’s not an impressive list.
Projects Aren't Shovel-Ready If No One's There To Hold The Shovels
The Hill / January 12, 2018
In a six-page leaked document, and in his State of the Union, we learned the contours of Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan.
A Patriot's Pledge
RealClearPolitics / November 16, 2017
Our economy is undergoing a major shift. Inequality is a growing problem, and middle class stagnation breeds hopelessness, economic isolationism, and social fragmentation.
We must do something.
Puerto Ricans Are US Citizens. We Owe Them Our Help
Washington Examiner / November 5, 2017
On a recent aid mission with former Gov. Luis Fortuño, I saw Puerto Rico’s enormous challenge. The devastation was shocking and even though every person I met was optimistic, they’re not getting enough help from their fellow Americans.
We Won't Be Rebuilding Houston Anytime Soon
The Washington Post / October 10, 2017
In Houston, we have a problem. It’s a crisis that will impede the reconstruction of our nation’s fourth-largest city. The problem isn’t capital, though. It’s labor.