Wealthy Republican incumbent Mary Bono Mack is locked in a tight and bitter Congressional race against a progressive Democrat with an inspiring story.
Mitt Romney's jobs plan is a collection of bullet points masking the fact that he has literally no proposals to create jobs.
China and the US are in a fight to win a share of the millions of jobs and trillions of dollars that will come from the new alternative-energy industries that are gearing up to replace oil and coal.
You buy things till your wallet is empty.
Over the years, China exported all sorts of toxic, dangerous and killer products to the United States.
So, I'm hearing this morning that despite the fact that President Obama clearly won last night's foreign policy debate, he actually lost:
The middle class is disappearing.
With Chinese President Hu Jintao’s state visit, it is a good time to reflect on how the dysfunctional U.S.-China relationship has developed, and to consider why it may be time for a trial separation. For nearly 40 years, the U.S. and China seem to have modeled their partnership on Sid and Nancy.
In a New York Times Economix blog post, David Barboza suggests that things are looking better in U.S.-China trade because America's exports to the People's Republic are increasing. Barboza cites a U.S.-China Business Council study that
China knows how to play us.
The Obama administration has filed a trade complaint against China for violations involving "extensive" government subsidies for autos and auto parts. From Reuters, at HuffPo: Barack Obama: China Auto Subsidies 'Directly Harm Working Men And Women',
The August trade figures are out and they are not good. The terrible trade deficit is where the jobs and the economy went but is ignored because it makes a few elites wealthy.
American solar companies are not alone in their battle with Chinese trade cheating.
We as a country have been running enormous trade deficits that enormously benefit our 1% at the expense of the rest of us.
The "China Currency Bill" has passed the Senate but is stalled in the House by Republican leadership.
Originally published at Capital Gains and Games.
According to the Washington Post, President Obama "skinned the cat" and used executive powers "to press the most sweeping attack on air pollution in U.S. history." Oil- and coal-backed conservatives can't stand it.
A group of workers whose jobs are being outsourced to China is touring the "rust belt." They are trying to make an election point. But what about the day after the election? Sensata Workers - More Jobs Going To China
Monday's final campaign debate focuses on foreign policy.
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