by Alan Tonelson, Tuesday, February 18, 2014
If the Obama administration keeps glossing over the discouraging crucial details about America's trade performance last year, can it be trusted to negotiate new trade agreements that serve U.S. national interests?
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by Alan Tonelson, Thursday, January 09, 2014
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by Alan Tonelson, Thursday, December 05, 2013
Up to the Minute Commentary:
A Step (or Two) Backward for Manufacturing Hiring
That sputtering sound you may be hearing is the over-hyped U.S. manufacturing jobs recovery stalling out. And President Obama wants to negotiate new deficit-boosting, job-killing trade deals?
New GDP Report Further Weakens the Case for Fast Track
The latest government data on economic growth show that U.S. trade flows shaped by trade policy keep slowing the already weak recovery - and are telling Congress that a trade policy blank check for the President will only worsen the damage.