It's called the American Jobs Act, and he announced it back in 2011.
Here's how to Welch-proof the job numbers in two easy steps
Romney's plan only works if you assume he has a different plan or use a magic growth asterisk
Cambridge can send David Cameron a thank-you note for its rock bottom borrowing costs
A new model shows that unemployment "should" be at 7.8 percent ... and it should be there for quite awhile
Former GE CEO Jack Welch thinks the Bureau of Labor Statistics is cooking the books. They aren't.
The top 1 percent would be the big winners of Romney's one trillion dollar corporate tax cut
Kocherlakota's evolution shows Chairman Bernanke hasn't forgotten Professor Bernanke
Color raised 82 times more money than Instagram. Why did it lose so badly?
Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann gets basic facts wrong and thinks his colleagues are the devil.
Mr. Fix-It doesn't have a credible plan to fix the economy's biggest problem
He still pays less than many middle class households
Doing nothing is the new voodoo economics
We do not live in the world Ayn Rand imagined
It turns out that the 47 percent are really the 100 percent.
Do Republicans think Milton Friedman was a big government liberal?
Approaching Mitt Romney's tax plan like an LSAT puzzle shows that his plan is mathematically possible if income inequality grows even more than expected