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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 35 years.

Cutting taxes for the wealthy is what will help the middle class

To really help the middle class, tax cuts for the highest income earners are needed.

Bernie Sanders’ single-payer healthcare bill is a terrible idea

Senator Bernie Sanders (Socialist-VT) will introduce a healthcare bill in Congress calling it “Medicare for All Act of 2017.”

Misunderstanding the business-driven mind of Donald Trump

Trump could never have achieved what he has already achieved in his lifetime without having the razor-sharp intelligence to accomplish his goals.

President Trump’s brilliant DACA strategy: Your turn, Congress

Businessman-President Trump knows that difficult problems like DACA must be faced and not put off for someone else to deal with somewhere down the road.

Congress needs to stand up and get health care and tax reform done

The key to success in tax reform and health care repeal will be finding a position that can be supported by most of the moderate Republicans and most of the moderate Democrats. 

Trump should replace Fed Chair Janet Yellen in February

Replace Yellen with a new Fed chair who will make economic growth the central bank's top priority so that the American economy can really start to grow again.

Democrats missing a golden opportunity with Trump

When ideology trumps practical necessity, the result is bad policy and paralyzed government. But Trump is no ideologue, and that gives Democrats opportunities.

Have Americans lost heart and their love of freedom?

It took about 100 years for the U.S. to become the largest economy in the world.

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.

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