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Michael Busler

Donald Trump is using the strength of US economic power

WASHINGTON: Unlike the prior administration who was more than willing to give away America’s wealth and power, President Trump understands US economic power. And he is using the wealth and power of the United States to the country’s full advantage. President Trump knows that since the US is holding all of the aces it is ...

Mark Janus v. AFSCME: SCOTUS ruling stuns public employee unions

Voting 5-4 in favor of Janus, SCOTUS states that public employee unions cannot force workers who freely choose not to join the union to pay union dues or fees. This is a victory for individual employees’ freedom. It could also prove to be a death blow to public employee unions.

Horowitz IG report, errors in judgment, Michael busler

Horowitz IG report: Illegal acts vs. errors in judgment

The law seeks precedence from the decisions of judges trying similar cases. The Horowitz IG report creates a dangerous precedence to be used by defense lawyers in toto. No, your honor, it was not a crime it was errors in judgment.

Department of Justice won’t defend ACA lawsuits and that is a good thing

The Department of Justice will not defend the ACA lawsuits. Trump has tried to get Congress to act with urgency, but they haven't. But the "tax" for not buying ACA is no longer penalizing Americans. So does the ACA even exist? The Department of Justice will not defend the ACA lawsuits. Trump has tried to get Congress to act with urgency, but they haven't. But the "tax" for not buying ACA is no longer penalizing Americans. So does the ACA even exist? Whatever it is, Trump wants change.

National Anthem dispute: NFL policy decision finally gets it right

The players thought the league would go along with their demand that the NFL owners spend $90 million toward a partnership to fight social injustice. The players don’t appear to understand reality. But new NFL policy decision on player conduct during the National Anthem indicates that the owners do.

Slow Economic Growth

Economic growth slows, but poised to take-off to reach 4% by year end

WASHINGTON: Economic growth slows in the first quarter of 2018, according to the Commerce Department.  Their first estimate of first-quarter growth was 2.3%. This is down from 2.9% in the prior quarter. Although the number was higher than expected, it is below the 3% level that President Trump promised. An economy poised for take-off The first ...