On today’s Morning Joe, we discuss the relationship between education level and unemployment rates, as well as between education and income level, and the trend towards attaining higher eduction over the last decade. For access to the charts discussed in this … Continue reading
We discuss the findings of a report done by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, which shows how the debt will increase under the tax plans of GOP candidates Romney and Santorum. Click here to view the charts illustrating the … Continue reading
The Morning Joe team discusses my op ed in today’s New York Times about Romney’s position on the auto bailout. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy
We discuss the President’s budget proposal with charts that show the projected deficit, the increase in entitlements, and the change in spending we would see from 2012 to 2013. For access to these charts, please click here.
We discuss the economic health of Detroit since the auto bailout with charts that show the positive outcome: between December 2009 and December 2011, unemployment has dropped nearly 5% in Detroit. Additionally, employment in the auto sector has increased, and … Continue reading
GM targets $10 billion in annual profits, which may be a reach, but is by no means impossible.
We discuss the upcoming release of the January jobs report, which will show slow but steady growth, and we explain what’s behind these numbers. Click here to view the charts.
On today’s Morning Joe, we go through the tax plans of President Obama, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich, and how each plan would affect the economy in 2015. For access to the charts, please click here.
Roundtable discussion on the GOP, the economy, Iran and more with Arianna Huffington, Mort Zuckerman, David Frum, and Steven Rattner, moderated by Fareed Zakaria.
Presenting charts on the popularity of Congress in 2011, what will drive our debt over the next 40 years, and the path back to full employment rates. For a closer look at these charts, please click here. Visit msnbc.com for … Continue reading