The Democratic platform is filled with promises of free stuff to every special interest group imaginable.
Dodd-Frank, passed in 2010, dramatically overhauled America's financial sector, yet economic growth has been sclerotic and capital remains sidelined.
After resigning as Secretary of State, Clinton began preparing to run for president.
Sanders' speech touted benefits of several of Clinton's policy proposals, but many would also have a significant cost for taxpayers.
Clinton, like Republican nominee Donald Trump, has taken an increasingly hostile view toward free trade.
Over the years, NTU has been critical of bloated Pentagon budgets and wasteful military spending.
The national debt reached a new high this week, topping $19.4 trillion.
What we found was disappointing, but that's not surprising given the Party's standard bearer has made hostility to free trade a centerpiece of his campaign.
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