The future of this frail Democracy relies on Donald Trump becoming the next president of the United States. Today, in Gettysburg, he outlined why.
Donald Trump has a new campaign manager, his campaign is sailing into the wind, addressing the issues, clarifying his position. Then there are the donations to LA.
Clinton is wooing Sanders voters while flip-flopping, meaning she will just flip again if elected. Donald Trump is rejecting the Conservative platform of free trade.
Clinton thinks she has to recut a shrinking pie to more equitable slices; Trump thinks the economy is a machine and he knows how it works. They're both wrong.
Trump’s economic plans will get the government out of the way allow both big and small businesses to grow,provide jobs and begin to revive America
"Expressing rare faith in the future, he [Donald Trump] was instrumental in kickstarting the regeneration of neighborhoods and landmarks almost given up for dead" - Steve Markon, the New York Post.
The Democrats say they will offer optimism, since the country is really in very good condition, instead of Trump’s gloom and doom.
Britain has decided to leave the EU resulting in losses financially across the globe. But did it have to be done for the sake of Britain? 51.9% of voters said yes.
As a politician far more talented than Hillary Clinton once said, “It’s the economy, stupid.”
Hillary Clinton has followed President Obama's lead on income inequality, and Bernie Sanders has pursued it with a passion. But it's the wrong discussion.
Regardless of your preferences, regardless of your choices, make sure your voice is heard this November: Vote.
While President Obama and Paul Krugman herald America’s great economic strides, Mother Market is pricing in another recession… or worse.
Paul Krugman sees vibrant growth and job creation in an economy that has added only 5 million jobs above the pre-recession level, with GDP up only 2% per year.
Obamacare's employer mandate, economic slowdowns abroad, the gap since our last recession and Fed policy all point to a recession this year. But maybe not.
'American exceptionalism' is seen by the left as a disease that divides Americans from each other and the rest of the world. It isn't; it stems from virtue.
Paul Krugman claims that the Republican presidential candidates’ tax cut plans are “voodoo economics” and tries to convince us that tax increases on the wealthy, who are the greatest contributors to the economy, will actually increase economic growth. This is his most glaring delusion yet.
While most of Trump’s economic plans do make sense, some parts are a reflection of his distaste for others rather than being based on sound economic principles.
Iceland, which was as hard hit as any country by the great crash of 2008, decided to take a completely different approach. Accountability.
Every business minded person and indeed any person with reasonable logic, knows that when you raise the price of something and nothing else changes, people will buy less of it.
The global economy is shrinking and its central banks are running out of Keynesian stimulus tricks.