Category Archives: Economy

Midterm Election Day 2018

We all know how much the media lies, how much #FakeNews there is out there. They didn’t get it right in 2016 and no one really knows what’s going to happen today. I know I  was up at 6 am … Continue reading

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Check out that TV!

Ass Press: Living on Minimum Wage: One Mother’s Story Shaniqua Davis, a fast food worker in New York City, talks about the struggles she faces trying to raise a family on the federally mandated minimum wage of $7.25 an hour. … Continue reading

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You Built That, Mr. President

Real Clear Politics: Krauthammer On Obama: “This Is His Economy And He’s Pretending He’s Just Stumbled Upon It” I find it astonishing that he goes around making speeches in which he deplores the state of the economy, the growing income … Continue reading

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Eat The Rich!

Stephen Green (aka Vodkapundit): We’re Number Two! The US might have the highest corporate taxes in the developed world, but if you include all the world’s nations we drop all the way down to #2. That’s right: The UAE has … Continue reading

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Wealth Gap?

My son sent me this link – Mashable: The issue of wealth inequality across the United States is well known, but this video shows you the extent of that imbalance in dramatic and graphic fashion. The video, which started going … Continue reading

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WTF?

This story really chaps my hide: The small band of strikers that has effectively shut down the nation’s busiest shipping complex forced two huge cargo ships to head for other ports Thursday and kept at least three others away, hobbling … Continue reading

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If you have to work tomorrow, be thankful you have a job

Richard Saintvilus in Forbes: Why Walmart Is Not Evil For Opening On Thanksgiving, Give It A Break Who died and made you the authority on business principles? This was my response in a recent discussion with a family member in … Continue reading

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