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Why Trump “Volatility” Hasn’t Hurt Markets

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If there is one merit where mainstream media has earned praise, it is in their tenacity. Despite the obvious blows to their credibility, they continue to fight a public opinion war against the government and the American people. In their onslaught, they continue to attempt to paint Trump and his administration as inept, volatile and … Continue reading “Why Trump “Volatility” Hasn’t Hurt Markets”

The Anti-Trump Group Secretly Pulling for the President

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In ancient Greek mythology, the hero Sisyphus was punished by the gods for his great greed, forced to roll a boulder up a hill for eternity only to see it fall down the side of the mountain each time he reached the top. The American media could take a lesson from this lesson of antiquity: … Continue reading “The Anti-Trump Group Secretly Pulling for the President”

The State of the Housing Market

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In 2016, there were plenty of social media battles. The #howtoconfuseamillennial was one of the more entertaining, but it hit a few important points along the way. Mostly, the millennials continued to push their narrative that the housing market and general economy have been forever ruined by previous generations. As is common, this shows just … Continue reading “The State of the Housing Market”

How Obamacare Repeal Will Affect Your Finances

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The process to repeal Obamacare was started before Trump even took office. In his first order he added his executive weight to the issue, so we can expect it to be a primary point of discussion in Congress. So far the GOP has put forward an incomplete replacement plan. If nothing else, it outlines the … Continue reading “How Obamacare Repeal Will Affect Your Finances”

Trump’s Latest Comments are Making Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen Squirm

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It would be disingenuous to say that Donald Trump plans to make the Federal Reserve great again, for the Fed was never great in the first place (unless you happen to own stock in one of our nation’s largest banks). Yet opportunity knocks on many doors once a new president comes to Washington. Just as … Continue reading “Trump’s Latest Comments are Making Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen Squirm”

Trump Doubles Down on His Border Tax Promise

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James Madison, a man famous for drawing our great republic’s Constitution out of the ashes of the Articles of Confederation over 200 years ago, often opined on the value of those outside America relative to those within. We ought not to bring in from outside, “merely to swell the catalogue of people, without adding to … Continue reading “Trump Doubles Down on His Border Tax Promise”

Could France’s Populist Presidential Candidate Crash the World Economy?

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The nation of France has been rocked by employment riots, terrorist attacks and rampant groups of refugees who have sought asylum within the country’s borders as the demographics of this once-homogenous state have changed and continue to evolve. Liberal immigration policies and automatic entry for citizens from former French colonies overseas have made France much … Continue reading “Could France’s Populist Presidential Candidate Crash the World Economy?”

Why Protesting is Outdated

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Protests are all the rage with the left today. It seems there has been a march for every word that has come out of President Trump’s mouth so far, and if you stay on social media, you can see the self-proclaimed activists patting themselves on the back with regularity. Considering the amount invested in protesting … Continue reading “Why Protesting is Outdated”

Trump Rolls Back Dodd-Frank

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In another of President Donald Trump’s early actions to make America great again, he signed two executive orders rolling back the controversial Dodd-Frank financial reforms of 2010 and dismantled the “Fiduciary Rule” that requires retirement account advisors to always act in the best interest of their customers. While both actions might seem counter-intuitive when it … Continue reading “Trump Rolls Back Dodd-Frank”

Japan May Create Many New Jobs in the U.S.

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Japan, the world’s third-largest economy, is one that’s been “stuck” fiscally with mountains of bad debt for nearly the last two decades as the country’s birth rate has gone negative and prospects for growth have slowed. But intrepid Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been attempting to take significant steps to reverse Japan’s course in this … Continue reading “Japan May Create Many New Jobs in the U.S.”

Oil, Oil, Everywhere

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If you have a neighbor who drives a hybrid car, you’ve likely been made (involuntarily) aware of its fantastic fuel-saving, environment-saving, mankind-saving capabilities. Hybrid vehicles, after all, contributed to drastic reduction in petroleum usage: a study from 2007 found that hybrid vehicles reduced the national fuel consumption level by a total of about 56 million … Continue reading “Oil, Oil, Everywhere”

The Mining Industry Rises from the Ashes

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Find the nearest environmentalist (as unpleasant a task as it may be) and ask to see their phone. If they pull out a brand-new iPhone, take the time to educate them on the huge amount of rare-earth metals needed to make the circuits and hardware of a smart phone. Rare earths power much of the … Continue reading “The Mining Industry Rises from the Ashes”

How Obama Deceived the Nation on Student Debt

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A lot of misinformation and false promises happened under Obama’s tenure. We were promised cheaper healthcare, and instead the cost doubles every year. We were ensured reduced foreign intervention, and instead Obama commanded even more military operations than Bush. The guise of net neutrality was used to further empower a small group of internet providers. … Continue reading “How Obama Deceived the Nation on Student Debt”

Reviewing Trump’s First Official Jobs Report

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The January Jobs Report has arrived. It is the first economic report that includes Trump as the active president. While he was in charge for only part of the month, it’s still important to take a look at how his aggressive start at the job has impacted the economy so far. We no longer have … Continue reading “Reviewing Trump’s First Official Jobs Report”

The Sinister Reason Liberals Fear School Vouchers

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Trump is moving fast, and education reform is on the docket. Backed by the GOP, the plan is to move forward with a voucher program that will increase competition in schools. No doubt, the liberals are against this. Let’s take a look at their points and see how much water they hold. The biggest narrative … Continue reading “The Sinister Reason Liberals Fear School Vouchers”

Trump’s War with Tech Companies

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Ever since the 2016 election campaign began, technology companies — many based in Silicon Valley — have been firmly opposed to the candidacy (and now presidency) of Donald Trump. Just about all of these enterprises strongly backed Democrat Hillary Clinton for president, with the billionaire founders of firms like Facebook, Google, Oracle and others donating … Continue reading “Trump’s War with Tech Companies”

Trump’s Proposed Border Tax Could Backfire

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Many conservatives may be cheering at the prospect of President Trump’s imminent “border tax” on companies wanting to import manufactured products from outside the United States; this step will surely spur companies to keep their production lines in the U.S. and stop job losses caused by firms moving assembly lines overseas, right? Well, yes, that … Continue reading “Trump’s Proposed Border Tax Could Backfire”