Long-term unemployment is a much more serious problem than short-term unemployment, and it's more prevalent to boot.
Kevin Hassett advocates a variety of policies to help the long-term unemployed.
A Romney advisor argues that while income inequality may be increasing, consumption inequality isn't. He's mistaken.
The Tax Policy Center study on Romney's tax plan has been attacked at length. But its conclusions hold up. Here's a guide to the original report and all of the major counter-reports. .
The Romney campaign is out with a new white paper defending his economic plan. But does it take all the relevant studies into account? On the stimulus, the answer is certainly "no."
If you make the tax plan revenue-neutral by cutting deductions and credits, the economic growth effect goes away.