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Trump to Make ‘Very Positive’ Announcement on Economy Wednesday

President-elect Donald Trump plans to make an announcement about the economy on Wednesday that his transition team said would be a boost to working families. On a regularly scheduled conference call with reporters, Trump spokesman Sean Spicer said that Trump would be speaking between 4pm and 5pm ET giving few other details. Spicer mentioned that the announcement “should be very positive for ...

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What many are missing on Trump’s wins with Carrier, Softbank and others

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President-elect Donald Trump has reportedly negotiated deals to save or create American jobs at Ford, Carrier, and via spending by Softbank, but there’s more to this story. Ford pulled back plans to move jobs to either Mexico or Canada and Carrier ditched plans to send jobs to Mexico, but the biased media and the liberals in Washington decried Trump’s successes ...

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Treasury Secretary Nominee Steve Mnuchin On Economic Growth and Tax Reform

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Donald Trump’s Treasury Secretary nominee told a CNBC panel about the administration’s plan to re-energize the economy. President-elect Trump announced Wednesday morning that he had selected Steve Mnuchin to lead the Department of the Treasury. Mnuchin told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” that corporate and individual tax reform are the “first priority” in order to achieve sustained GDP growth of 3-4%.

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Fair Tax Series: America’s Road to Prosperity Part 5: Conclusion

THE FAIRTAX SERIES: AMERICA’S ROAD TO PROSPERITY Part 5: Conclusion   In this final installment of the FAIRTAX series I want to review the content of the series and give a few personal thoughts on our country, our system, and how I see the FAIRTAX being an integral part of the solution to our debt issue, though not the only ...

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Fair Tax Series: America’s Road to Prosperity Part 4: The Pre-bate

THE FAIRTAX SERIES: AMERICA’S ROAD TO PROSPERITY Part 4: THE PRE-BATE In this installment of the FAIRTAX series I want to cover the “pre-bate” provision of the plan. The “pre-bate” is a provision designed to help with the basic necessities of life, to essentially “un-tax” food, medicine, utility costs, clothing, etc. up to the poverty level. It is not designed ...

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Fair Tax Series: America’s Road to Prosperity Part 3: Bringing Jobs Back to America

THE FAIRTAX SERIES: AMERICA’S ROAD TO PROSPERITY Part 3: BRINGING JOBS BACK TO AMERICA In this installment of the FAIRTAX series I want to cover the impact of jobs, particularly manufacturing jobs, coming back to the United States. When Bill Archer (R-Tex.) was the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, the tax writing body of Congress, he often ...

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Fair Tax Series Part II: The Cost of Compliance

THE FAIRTAX SERIES: AMERICA’S ROAD TO PROSPERITY Part 2: TODAY’S TAX CODES, THE COST OF COMPLIANCE In this installment of the FairTax series I want to cover the cost of compliance and enforcement with today’s tax codes. Before I go into the complexities of compliance and enforcement I want to spend a few minutes dispelling the favorite myth of the ...

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Trump administration economy tracker

President-elect Donald Trump made the economy a central focus in his bid for the White House. Now that he’s won, CDN will be following his policy’s impacts on the U.S. economy. As a baseline, we’ll start with October of 2016 which should include no impacts as Trump had not yet won the election. October 2016 Pre-Election Economic Situation Employment Situation ...

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New Obama regulations could make cars unaffordable for millions

At the end of last month, the Obama administration announced that manufacturers would be required to build cars with much higher average fuel economy ratings, but at what cost? The Obama Administration today finalized groundbreaking standards that will increase fuel economy to the equivalent of 54.5 mpg for cars and light-duty trucks by Model Year 2025. According to the American ...

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New Trump Ad – Two Americas: Economy [Video]

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Donald Trump’s campaign unleashed a $10 million ad spend to get this message out in battleground states. The ad focuses on differences between Hillary’s plans for Americans and Trump’s. The 30-second ad is airing in North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, Iowa, New Hampshire, Virginia, Colorado and Nevada.

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China vs. The United States – A Tale of Two Economies

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Nothing shows data like an infographic and with Republican candidate Donald Trump shining a light on U.S./China trade disparities … here’s just that infographic. Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist

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NYT: Americans not appreciating Obama’s economic achievements

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The New York Times is well-known to be little more than a Democrat ‘office of propaganda’ and this week, it’s working to change American’s perceptions of Obama’s “success” in saving the economy. the U.S. economy is in much better shape than the public appreciates, especially when measured against the depths of the financial crisis and the possibility — now rarely ...

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A Leftist and Her Money Are Soon Parted

San Francisco leftists have once again decided to inflict another socialist utopia on an unsuspecting South American nation. What’s more, just like at Jonestown, a popular liquid is playing a prominent role. This time instead of a male heretic imposing a fanatical religion, we have two women, Helen Russell and Brooke McDonnell, doing orthodox socialist missionary work. The ladies are ...

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Hail to the Chief?

Unfortunately, I couldn’t listen to the State of the Union speech live because my national radio show (self-plug there) started when he did. I did, however, go back and listen several times (I couldn’t believe what I was hearing) and found very little truth or fact in his speech. At times, it even sounded like he was running for office ...

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