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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.

President Obama’s dark cloud still darkens America’s light

President Trump must remove this dark cloud that hangs over America. Every issue today is an “us versus them" instead of trying to work together to "seeking a solution."

Eliminating welfare abuse can save U.S. taxpayers billions annually

President Trump believes that by running the government more efficiently, the $71.5 and perhaps more can be saved.

How President Trump is boosting the American economy

At a time when most economists are predicting a recession, Trump’s economy is starting to grow much faster than it has in the last 10 years.

Krugman, Progressive Democrats still don’t get it on healthcare

Any time a monopoly is established, the results are always higher prices, poorer quality and less revenue for the monopolist.

Job market responding favorably to President Trump

In the second quarter of this year, growth was running at a 2.6% rate.  Trump wants to increase that number to 4% annually.
Government devalues the dollar

CBO agrees we need entitlement reform, pro-growth tax policies

The CBO agrees with Trump’s budget that makes the assumption that about $4 trillion can be cut from projected government spending over the next decade.

Understanding Trump’s healthcare strategy

The Democrats say millions of low-income Americans will lose coverage without the government payments.  It will also be disastrous for Congress and their staff.

Paul Krugman Gruberizes on healthcare. So who ate his brain?

Paul Krugman refutes supply-side economics saying that tax cuts do not pay for themselves and do not boost economic growth. Tell that to Ronald Reagan.

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.

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