Economy
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January 22nd, 2021
Mayor Pete Buttigieg - campaigns
Joe Biden signed a boatload of executive orders on his first day and I’m going to do a breakdown later about how much it’s going to cost us. But immediately there was a big cost to one of those orders: killing the Keystone Pipeline.
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January 19th, 2021
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo
As we approach Joe Biden’s inauguration, suddenly we are beginning to see Democrat mayors and governors across the country now insist that we must begin to open up the economy as quickly as possible. They have switched course like this, with timing as convenient as this, and they apparently expect us not to notice.
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January 4th, 2021
Joe Biden - Donald Trump, side-by-side
There are at least four Trump initiatives that Biden should retain, which would help the country, both domestically and internationally.
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December 27th, 2020
Empty Street in Brussels, Belgium
The country this year which has been most ravaged by Covid-19 – losing a shocking 1,600 people in every million to the virus at the time of writing – is Belgium. Source: Lockdown: a deadly, failed experiment – spiked
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December 4th, 2020
cattle rancher in Montana
The war on red meat, spearheaded by vegetarians (and then vegans) has been going on for years. More recently, the climate warriors have joined in. A decade or so ago, the idea that climate change might have been used as a justification for either banishing meat from the table — or repricing it so that it was treated as an...
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December 4th, 2020
graph - current tax receipts
n the early stages of the pandemic, there was a lot of discussion about a V-shaped economic recovery. Well, at least with respect to state and local government tax receipts, it’s a perfect V. Source: Actually, State and Local Government Revenues Are Looking Pretty Good
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November 18th, 2020
Closed due to Covid
In the wake of rising numbers of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, as many states, notably those run by Democrats, are going back toward economic lockdowns. They include New York, Illinois, Virginia, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota, California, and Washington. Those like California and Washington have considered full shutdowns. Source: The return of lockdown lunacy | TheHill
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October 28th, 2020
joe biden shaking fist
By my calculation, there are at the very least 11 trillion reasons to worry about Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden. He’s the odds-on favorite to beat incumbent Donald Trump on November 3. Not only is the former vice president likely to win, but FiveThirtyEight predicts Democrats have a 74-in-100 chance of taking the Senate while holding the House of Representatives,...
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October 20th, 2020
joe-biden-campaigning in SC
Joe Biden keeps claiming to be a centrist Democrat. Polls show that, while most realize that President Donald Trump would be better for our economy than Biden, many think that old Uncle Joe’s economic plan is relatively harmless and won’t endanger jobs, paychecks or retirement savings. Source: Biden’s 7 Economic Deadly Sins
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October 13th, 2020
Trump - Thumb's Up - WH Lawn
The US economy is roaring! Over the last few months, we have witnessed the sharpest economic snapback in US history. While many are still out of work, the future looks increasingly promising for those seeking employment. Source: The U.S. Economy Is Roaring Back
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