The nation’s debt hits the $22 trillion mark. Here’s Dr. Perryman’s take on this latest episode of a fiscally undisciplined nation.
Previously we told you Finland’s experiment to give the jobless $600 a month has not produced the desired effect. Here’s Dr. Perryman with what would.
Finland has been experimenting with what is best described as guaranteed income. How’s that working? Here’s Dr. Perryman in part one of a two part report.
British Prime Minister Theresa May vows her Brexit plan will succeed, but Dr. Perryman says what he sees is a fundamental misunderstanding of bargaining power.
Oil production in Texas has become such a big player in the nation’s energy portfolio that many refineries are retooling to use only light crude.
There have been bills filed in both the Texas House and Senate that would cap property taxes at 2.5%. Dr. Perryman says such a change would be counterproductive.
Latest numbers for the nation’s largest metro areas are out, and Texas produced some amazing job growth.
We’re beginning to get a sense of just what the tariffs imposed on China and other countries are costing us here in Texas.
The Federal Reserve keeps its key interest rate unchanged. Fed chairman Jerome Powell says patience is required, and Dr. Ray Perryman agrees.
The crisis in Venezuela could create problems for Texas. Dr. Perryman says the issue revolves around that nation’s heavy crude oil.