Tax Reform – Companies Are Showing Approval and Optimism

  Tax Reform – Companies Are Showing Approval and Optimism American Center for Tax Reform has a continuously updating list of companies all across the spectrum that have been responding positively to the Tax Reform Act that Congress passed. Employees and communities are hopefully beginning to feel the trickle down effect as the companies make gestures and changes. Reasons range from “strong confidence in the growing U.S. and global economy now that the Tax Bill has passed to “the new administration was committed to doing what it takes to get America’s economy back on track”, and others. The list is … Continue reading

Pipeline Bringing Prosperity to North Dakota

Controversial Oil Pipeline Bringing Prosperity to North Dakota   The Post via Punching Bag Media by Kerry Lear January 6, 2018 Even though the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline project has been operational for only the last six months, it is already bringing substantial prosperity to North Dakota. The oil production has surged, specifically 78,000 more barrels of oil were produced daily between September and October. The state also has 15 more drilling rigs operating this January compared to last year. Energy companies are saving costs on energy transportation. The oil is also no longer being moved to the Gulf … Continue reading

A Liberal Dose of Stupidity Leaving New England In Dangerous Situation This Winter

Fox Business reported on May 31, 2017 that the last coal-burning power plant in New England had been switched off in Somerset, MA. The Brayton Point Power Station has burned coal since 1963 along Mount Hope Bay in Somerset, near the Rhode Island border. It generated controversy for almost as long, with residents, fishermen and environmentalists decrying the damage that its cooling canals — nicknamed “killing canals” by activists in the 1970s — caused to fisheries. Ironically this closing was done practically the same day that Trump announced plans to withdraw from the climate change gathering. Brayton Point’s operators completed … Continue reading

Top Management Shake Ups Could Effect The 2018 Financial World

Corporate changes have been reported but for most folks like me these changes may simply have skated by as MSM and regular life took us in other directions. So I put together a list of a few that happened from September to December.  The changes in upper management will probably be felt in 2018; as to whether they can affect regular life in whole or part, that is debatable. A few such as pharmaceutical conglomerates or financial management groups will certainly filter down to affect each of us in some way. While I do not endorse nor have I checked out … Continue reading

New GOP Tax Plan Seems To Fail Truly Small Businesses

If the Democrats could shelve their tired and weary class warfare rhetoric, they’d realize that a good case can be made against some key parts of the new GOP tax plan.  This plan seems to fail to help truly small businesses — the actual mom & pop operations like independent retailers, single franchise owners, stable operators, independent medical practitioners — and instead is designed to benefit “big small” businesses as well as corporations.  I’ve heard these complaints from entrepreneurs whom I’ve known for years — and they are most assuredly pro-Trump, every one of them.  But the Law of Unintended … Continue reading

Impact and Cost of College Degrees from the 1970’s until today

I just received an email of a WND post called “Vampires, video games, racial capitalism – education in 2017” that got me thinking–always dangerous lol. I do recommend you read it. According to the post, intersectionality is “a new wave of identity politics infecting higher education, playing directly into the hands of leftist administrators, professors, and students seeking to reach a new low in their victim olympics.” After scrolling through a few hours of information, I concluded that the subject is much better handled and explained by those who have made life-long commitment to such studies. However, there are a few … Continue reading

Proof Fake News Does Real Damage to Economy

Proof Fake News Does Real Damage to Economy American Liberty Report December 13, 2017   For the past year, our great nation has enjoyed an historic stock run. Record highs continue to be broken, and there’s no end in sight currently to the abundance. All of that came to a sudden end last week. A sudden and sizeable dip reversed weeks of gains in less than an hour, and while stability and recovery are at hand, it will take weeks more for the full extent of the losses to be recovered. The mainstream media has refused to acknowledge the key … Continue reading

Asshat Alert: Obama TRIES to take credit for Trump Economy

Former President Obama tries to take credit for the US economy. Says, “Thanks, Obama”. He should be saying, “Thanks, Trump”.  Further, the Asshat Brown Clown compared President Trump to Hitler. Sarah Sanders sets him straight. The petulant skinny Kenyan weasel simply cannot stand that President Trump is making progress for all Americans.  Our economy is growing.  Jobs are coming back.  Unemployment is shrinking.  ISIS is nearly wiped out.  Our allies are respecting us again.  Regulations are being rolled back big league and the house that Obama and the left built is being torn down one brick at a time. That … Continue reading

Tax Bill Passes Senate – 5 All Time Stupid Excuses To Not Pass The Bill

    Top 5 Most Ridiculous Reactions To Congress Passing Tax Bills The Federalist Nicole Russell November 4, 2017 At 2 a.m. Saturday morning, America, democracy, and all the “poor” people died, at least to hear the media and liberals tell it. In reality, the Senate barreled toward passing one of the most significant tax reforms in three decades, passing their version by a sliver, 51-49. The bill is conventional in that it’s neither the best thing since legislation began, nor the death knell of all humanity. But that didn’t stop liberals from acting like Republicans had choked them by … Continue reading

US pulls out of UN’s Global Compact on Migration

AFP•December 2, 2017 United Nations (United States) (AFP) – The administration of President Donald Trump has withdrawn the United States from a United Nations pact to improve the handling of migrant and refugee situations, deeming it “inconsistent” with its policies, the US mission to the global body announced Saturday. “Today, the US Mission to the United Nations informed the UN Secretary-General that the United States is ending its participation in the Global Compact on Migration,” the Americans said in a statement. In September 2016, the 193 members of the UN General Assembly unanimously adopted a non-binding political declaration, the New … Continue reading

Federal Judge refused to block the President’s choice to run CFPB

  Trump pick is winner, for now, in fight over consumer agency FOX Business News By Jessica Gresko and Ken Sweet November 28, 2017 WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump scored a victory Tuesday when a federal judge refused to block the president’s choice to temporarily run the nation’s top consumer financial watchdog and, for the moment, ended a two-way battle for leadership of the agency. Judge Timothy Kelly declined to stop the president from putting Mick Mulvaney in place as the acting director of the CFPB. In doing so, Kelly ruled against Leandra English, the CFPB’s deputy director, who had … Continue reading

The Rage Over a new Director of CFPB

Dodd-Frank the most obnoxious of acts passed in the last twenty years. Many Republicans would like to see it rescinded. If that isn’t bad enough – the origins of this law was a proposal issued by then Professor ELIZABETH WARREN. It was signed into law in 2010 as a “knee-jerk” solution to the financial crisis of 2008. There are over 2,300 pages of the act which brought the most significant changes to financial regulation in the United States since the Great Depression of the 1930’s. True to the push for “big government,” it not only established several agencies but cloaked … Continue reading

Orrin Hatch Tells Dems He Is Fed Up with Their “Stinking Class Warfare”

Now I normally do not turn to MSNBC (barf) for video clips, but this one is just too good not to share.  Last night at a Senate Finance Committee meeting discussing the proposed GOP tax plan, Senator Orrin Hatch (R, Utah) unloaded on Senator Sherrod Brown (D, Ohio).  He may be a little late getting into the game, but Senator Hatch said a few things to his “friend” on the other side of the aisle that have needed saying for, oh, decades. Listen to Brown’s comments closely, too, as they are as clear a presentation of Democrat economic propaganda as … Continue reading

Democrats Seek To Bailout Their Union Buddies

by raiding the US Treasury. EXCERPT:  “Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, plans to introduce legislation that would allow struggling multiemployer pension funds to borrow from the U.S. Treasury to remain solvent. The bill, co-sponsored by Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, could be introduced later this week or shortly after. It would create a new office within the Treasury Department called the Pension Rehabilitation Administration. The funds would come from the sale of Treasury-issued bonds to financial institutions. The pension funds could borrow for 30 years at low interest rates. One restriction for borrowers is they could not make risky investments. The bill … Continue reading

President Trump Knocks His Vietnam Press Conference Out of the Park

President Trump Knocks His Vietnam Press Conference Out of the Park,  November 11, 2017 Even though he has to deal with an MSM Troll Reporter     –##– November 10, 2017 REMARKS BY PRESIDENT TRUMP AT APEC CEO SUMMIT Ariyana Da Nang Exhibition Center Da Nang, Vietnam US Vietnam Embassy PRESIDENT TRUMP: What an honor it is to be here in Vietnam — in the very heart of the Indo-Pacific — to address the people and business leaders of this region. This has already been a remarkable week for the United States in this wonderful part of the world. Starting … Continue reading

October Unemployment Rate for Vets Shows Seventeen Year Low According to Dept of Labor

  Unemployment Rate for Vets Overall Shows New Low According to Dept of Labor The Department of Labor just issued its November 2017 report on Veteran Employment. It shows a downward trend in the number of Vets still unemployed over this time last year. That is good news not only for the Trump administration but for all veterans as well. According to the report, Veteran unemployment in November is at a 17-year low since 2000. It is now 2.7% overall. VETS Monthly Employment Overview The Veterans’ Employment & Training Service’s (VETS) monthly Veteran Employment Update is a review of data … Continue reading

Fact Checking Claim – Trump Cut Flood-Proofing Regulations

Fact check: Did Trump cut flood-proofing regulations? Ballotpedia Verbatem Fact Checking Amée LaTour November 7, 2017 Following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, a video by media company ATTN: claimed that the United States “can learn a lot from how the Netherlands prevents floods.” According to text in the video, “Regulations for flood-proof buildings [in the U.S.] have actually been cut.” Is that accurate? Have regulations for flood-proof buildings in the U.S. been cut? No. President Donald Trump in August revoked proposed guidelines and standards for construction of federal projects near floodplains.  Neither the guidelines nor the standards were issued as regulations … Continue reading

The $80,000 Yugo, Financed By Us Maggot Taxpayers

Four point nine billion dollars up front to Elon Musk for his Tesla companies … plus a $7,500 federal income tax credit and a $2,500 rebate to each and every buyer of the Tesla Model S automobile sold in the USA.  Set aside for a moment what we maggot taxpayers get in return and consider just what the virtue-signalling, eco-warrior purchasers of the Model S themselves get for $80,000:  An unreliable vehicle with the fit and finish of a 1970s Chevy.  A jackwagon for “special” people to be seen in (when it’s actually running.)  Golly gee, with deals like this … Continue reading

So Just Who IS Paul Singer?

Paul Singer has been fingered (love that term) as the Daddy Warbucks behind Fusion GPS’s efforts to taint candidate Donald Trump.  Who is Mr. Singer?  Short answer:  A vulture capitalist member of the globalist elite, albeit not as well-known as many.  Singer made his fortune wheeling and dealing in “distressed debt”, buying sub-par financial obligations, repackaging them, and auctioning them to the highest bidder.  Can anyone say “sub-prime mortgage crisis”?  Singer does in the debt market what guys like Victor Posner does in the hard asset market (Posner buys flailing corporations, strips their physical assets, auctions them off, and pink-slips … Continue reading