Time's running out for the 115th Congress

SAFE proposed four relatively modest goals for the closing weeks of the 115th Congress; guess how many of them will be achieved this year. Read More...

Revitalizing the US economy

Faster economic growth would be great, but the president’s plan may need some adjustments. Numerous opinions are reflected in the analysis, which transcends the standard liberal/conservative divide. Read More...

Suggested goals for the "lame duck" session

SAFE to DC: Between now and 12/31, please focus on budget process reform, FY 2019 appropriation bills, approval of USMCA, and disclosure of how/why the Trump campaign investigation was started.
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The other deficit: balance of payments

We agree that the balance of payments deficit with China is of serious concern, but the administration is not making the right moves to combat it. Read More...

An updated view of the economy (part one)

Economic growth has been accelerating while inflation remains moderate, but this may not last long. Modest government policies, designed to support the private sector rather than controlling it, should be the order of the day. Read More...

Think twice about "America first" trade policies

Collaboration could accomplish more in the international trade arena than bluster, but don’t expect too much.  Read More...

Dueling economic plans

No wonder there’s so much debate about economic policies; the two sides disagree on the goal. Read More...

Free trade gets a bad rap

If the presidential candidates mean what they are saying, the Trans-Pacific Partnership may be doomed. Read More...
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