Texas hasn’t adequately funded transportation in years, and most of the reason we don’t have more resources for roads? Dr. Perryman says look in the mirror.
Dr. Perryman salutes President Trump’s decision ordering trade officials to look in to reentering the Trans-Pacific Partnership while wondering why he abandoned the pact in the first place.
With this week’s announcement that House Speaker Paul Ryan is retiring in January, Dr. Perryman looks back on the Wisconsin Republican’s signature and most controversial achievement.
The Congressional Budget Office out with news that the federal deficit will top $1 trillion by 2020 and on into the future. Dr. Perryman discusses what can be done.
Friday’s Labor Department employment report of 100,000 plus jobs added to the economy in March was a third of February’s total.
John C. Williams, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, has been chosen to lead the New York Fed. Dr. Perryman tells us why that’s important.
Dr. Perryman says when it comes to Fed policy, we will see more interest rate hikes this year from the Federal Reserve.
This year’s Final Four from San Antonio is in the books, and Dr. Perryman says this is a major tourism event for the area and the state.
The moves that led China to impose retaliatory tariffs on over 130 US goods, including pork, is just bad economic policy according to Dr. Perryman.
Dr. Perryman says the economy ended 2017 on a higher note than had been previously thought.