Politics & Government

Where to Invest Cash in Times of Tariffs

The million dollar question for investors trying to navigate the trade waters is where to place their cash to safely sail through this storm. Wall Street has been sifting through the typical safe havens, as spat after spat of trade wars began this spring. We first have to examine the current economic climate to see what makes sense. It happens ...

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It is not a trade war … yet.

In its efforts to undermine the Trump presidency in every way possible, Democrats and the #NeverTrump media resistance movement spin every event to the extreme negative.  There is no objectivity in their uncompromised prosecutorial efforts.  Were one to be totally ignorant of trade issues and only consume the reports found in the left-wing media cabal, one would likely believe that President Trump ...

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Is Mexico’s leftist president-elect a closet Conservative?

Despite liberal outrage, he handed tiny evangelical party oversized power A small Conservative Evangelical party helped Mexico’s left-wing president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador win Sunday’s presidential election, dramatically increasing the party’s clout and raising allegations that Obrador is hiding his true socially conservative identity. The historic election was the largest in Mexican history. Some 18,000 offices throughout the country were ...

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Anti-Trump Leftist favored to win bloody Mexican election

A leftist, anti-Trump nationalist is favored to win Mexico’s presidential election Sunday after a campaign marred by the worst political violence the country has seen in a generation. The vote is the largest in Mexico’s history, with some 88 million Mexicans at home and abroad eligible to cast ballots. In addition to the presidency, a mind-boggling 18,000 elected posts also ...

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SCOTUS Eliminates Union Fair Share Fees

The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that unions cannot force government employees to pay dues. The ruling essentially overturns a 41-year-old decision that had given states the authority to decide whether public employees, including non-members, were required to contribute to the unions that represent them. “The 5-4 decision fulfills a longtime wish of conservatives to get rid of the so-called ...

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HORIST: The Supreme court tilts a little more to starboard

The sound you hear is the heads of the progressives exploding on the news that Justice Anthony Kennedy is retiring from the Supreme Court as of July 31st.  This gives President Trump his second appointment in less than two years.  Though Kennedy was a Republican appointee and considered by many to be a relatively conservative jurist, he was the man ...

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Newton’s Third Law at Work in the Trade Dispute

When Harley Davidson (NYSE: HOG) announced that they were moving some production overseas due to the proposed tariffs from the European Union, President Trump tweeted that he was surprised by the move. He also criticized the company and went so far as to say that it would be “the beginning of the end” for the company. It really shouldn’t come ...

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At Least One European Group Agrees With Trump Trade Ideas

Since President Trump launched his campaign to level the playing field in international trade, there has been a tit for tat between world leaders and the key players in the trade war. The U.S. President hasn’t found much support from foreign leaders—political or business. But he has had one prominent European group announce that they agree with him. German automakers ...

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Real America versus media America

One has to ask just what world do our politicians and news media folks live in? The news industry is largely a one-way communication.  They report what they consider the most important events of the day and tell us how we should think about those events – the latter of which takes up the vast majority of the radio/television time ...

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