The 2009 Stimulus | Monday Market Rundown

February 17, 2014

We decided that since today is the 5th anniversary of the 2009 stimulus bill, we’d look at some key economic data points from the stimulus’s brief, but tumultuous history.

State Fact Sheets for January

February 7, 2014

Get the latest on your state’s unemployment rate, economic condition, budget deficit and more with our State Fact Sheets. The most up to date fiscal and economic data for all 50 states in one place.

What’s Next In Washington? | Spending Daily

News Roundup | January 21, 2014

Now that the fiscal year 2014 omnibus spending is signed into law, we thought it would be helpful to look ahead to what Congress will be considering in the coming weeks and months, though the House and Senate are in recess this week.

U.S. Unemployment 2013: A Year In Review

January 17, 2014

Six years after the United States economy entered into a recession in December of 2007, the economic recovery remains sluggish. The measures taken in an attempt to boost the economy—record government spending and an increasing national debt—have not resulted in the economic growth that was hoped for.

By The Numbers Breakdown: January Edition

January 17, 2014

The numbers say it all: Washington has spent its way into a fiscal crisis. This unsustainable habit will have consquences on future generations unless Congress can work together and enact lasting change.

The Right Sits Out | Twitter Trends

January 9, 2014

With President Obama fresh off of his Hawaiian vacation, his administration has pivoted to income inequality. First on their list is extending unemployment insurance three more months.