Author Archives: Joe Gilbertson

Democratic Debates – Who won, who lost.

We have just witnessed yet another 2019 Democratic Debate – this time run by CNN. My disclaimer, as always, is that as a good conservative, I find almost all of the rhetoric on the stage to be ignorant, uninformed and tragically ridiculous. My goal here is to attempt to ascertain how the performance of each will affect their standing in ...

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Will Romney Step in as Savior for the 2020 Presidential Race?

Among the few Republican lawmakers to criticize President Trump amid Democrats’ impeachment inquiry is Utah Senator Mitt Romney, who sought the presidency in 2008 and 2012. “When the only American citizen President Trump singles out for China’s investigation is his political opponent in the midst of the Democratic nomination process, it strains credulity to suggest that it is anything other ...

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Bull Market Rodeo Editor’s Book ‘The Opposite of Obamacare’ Becomes Law

President Trump on June 24th signed an executive order that could spark major changes in the healthcare industry. The key philosophies implemented in this executive order were outlined in author Joseph Gilbertson’s book, “The Opposite of Obamacare” written in 2015. As it happens, the book was written with the intention of feeding free enterprise ideas to a potential (at the ...

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Pre-existing conditions? NO! Wrong Problem. Insurance Must Change.

Every politician nowadays, when asked about health care, affirms that the government wants to protect those with “pre-existing conditions.” This means, of course, that someone has a very expensive medical condition and they do not have insurance to cover it. This has become a massive issue in the health care debate. Everyone wants to solve it, but nobody seems to ...

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U.S., Britain, France Launch Missile Strike on Syria

Friday night the U.S. and allies Britain and France launched a missile attack on targets in Syria in retaliation for last week’s chemical attacks on the Syrian population that killed 43 civilians. Trump tweeted, “A perfectly executed strike last night. Thank you to France and the United Kingdom for their wisdom and the power of their fine Military. Could not ...

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Kudlow Tapped as Economic Adviser

Trump on Wednesday announced his pick of Larry Kudlow to replace outgoing National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, who quit after failing to convince Trump not to implement tariffs on steel and aluminum. Kudlow, 70, is an economic analyst and newspaper columnist who previously hosted The Kudlow Report on CNBC. Like Trump, Kudlow was once a Democrat. Kudlow worked as ...

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Shortest Shutdown in History

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, expressing grave concerns about the federal deficit, filibustered a continuing resolution bill intended to keep the government open. “We have a 700-page bill that no one has read that was printed at midnight. No one will read this bill, nothing will be reformed, the waste will continue and government will keep taking your money irresponsibly ...

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