Nearly six years into the economic recovery, middle-class Americans are still feeling the squeeze of lagging wages and a lack of job opportunities that match their needs.
In CRN’s Room To Grow, Andrew Kelly examines the fact that today’s families are even more afraid that their children won’t even be able to get a low-wage job without a college degree.
While liberals continue their quest to raise taxes on middle-class families in order to fund new government programs, conservative reformers have a much better idea—one that puts working Americans in the driver’s seat.
NRO on “a clearing house” for conservative ideas; CNBC on the “nasty tax surprise for Obamacare customers”…
With the news media and public policy community gearing up for big developments in the 2016 conversation, it’s important amid the who’s-up-who’s-down chatter to keep our eyes on the ball.
How ‘Reformocons’ are Applying Conservative Principles to “Important, Meat-and-Potatoes Governing Issues”
In his daily “Morning Jolt”, National Review’s Jim Geraghty takes a closer look at how CRN and our partners are applying conservative principles to “important, meat-and-potatoes governing issues” in order to grow the economy and expand the middle class.
NBC News reports that, while bruised and battered, the desire for home-ownership remains “deeply ingrained in the American psyche” and is a key “aspiration” for working families.
NBC News asks “What Happened to the Middle-Class American Family?” and finds that declining economic opportunities are having a profound effect on family formation in America.