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Michael Busler

Michael Busler
Michael Busler, Ph.D. is a public policy analyst and a Professor of Finance at Stockton University where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Finance and Economics. He has written Op-ed columns in major newspapers for more than 30 years.

Who on the GOP Senate lets us down again

If Trump is the great negotiator that he told us he was, then it is time for him to negotiate and to lead.

Revised Senate healthcare bill: Not good, but good enough

Better is the enemy of good enough, and the GOP health care bill is good enough, especially compared to Obamacare, the costly and failing Affordable Care Act.

Trump’s trade policy could be costly for US consumers

President Trump promised to bring manufacturing jobs back to America, and by the numbers, he's succeeding. But at what cost might those jobs keep coming?

Progressives’ Social Justice mantra promotes income inequality

The result of Obama's economic policies was that income inequality demonstrably worsened.

Get ready. Here comes rapid economic growth.

Some economists believe that Trump’s policies could increase growth to 4% per year.

The sun is setting on San Francisco over the $15 minimum wage law

Once the minimum wage goes to $15, what would unskilled workers be paid? $18? $20? How many businesses will close because of it?

Democrats double-down on a losing strategy

Is Donald Trump the president? He won the election, but Democrats aren't convinced; they think he cheated. So how can they ever work with him to fix anything?

Liberalism fails the poor, especially inner city blacks

Economic growth cut the poverty rate in half in five years; anti-poverty programs have cut it by a tenth in 50 years. So which is the better way to cut poverty?

Someday we will be thanking President Trump

Trump is attempting to and likely will halt the decline of the United States and reduce the role of the Federal government.

Americans can control the MSM by wisely voting their wallets

The power and control of the MSM is actually in the hands of TV's consumers.

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Death and the Limelight: The tragedy of “Gurl Nineteen” Ruth Polsky

Ruth Polsky was responsible for giving many post punk bands their first taste of America, including The Smiths, New Order, Echo and the Bunnymen, and Cocteau Twins.