What is a deficit, really? Dean Baker drops some science on you.
Facebook has moved away from being a common carrier to being a media company. Why don’t we treat it like one? Dean Baker writes.
Eventually sensible people change debates over economic policy, as those who finally fall in line last take the credit. Dean Baker writes.
If the top journalists completely fail to protect the truth, and no one cares, why do we have journalists? Dean Baker writes.
Behind the philosophical question of whether or not there should be billionaires, a more immediate question lurks. Dean Baker writes.
Dean Baker’s thoughts on the new NAFTA agreement — which sounds a lot like the old NAFTA agreement.
Dean Baker considers the failure of the 401 (k) to compensate for diminishing pensions.
Americans will spend more than $460B on prescription drugs in 2019. This could easily be reduced to $80B, so why don’t Democrats get with the program? Dean Baker writes.