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January 28th, 2019
US Capital Dome hemoraging $
By: Thomson/Reuters – newsmax.com – January 26, 2019 The U.S. economy lost at least $6 billion during the partial shutdown of the federal government due to lost productivity from furloughed workers and economic activity lost to outside business, S&P Global Ratings said on Friday. President Donald Trump agreed on Friday to end the 35-day partial shutdown, the longest in history,...
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January 15th, 2019
The Left, the Wall, the Truth – Dennis Prager: Democrats and others on the left offer three reasons for .01/15/2019 11:32:22AM EST. Source: The Left, the Wall, the Truth
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January 3rd, 2019
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By: Merrill Matthews – ipi.org – October 2, 2018 Synopsis: The health insurance system has failed America. Most of the blame lies with state and especially federal government intervention. Lawmakers have increasingly abandoned long-standing actuarial principles, culminating in the Affordable Care Act. The result is insurers are increasingly covering small and routine health expenditures and exposing patients to very expensive...
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December 28th, 2018
Washington Mall w: trash
By: Staff – newsmax.com – December 28, 2018 The partial U.S. government shutdown is likely to continue well into 2019 after House Republicans said Thursday they didn’t plan any votes this week and President Donald Trump said most federal employees losing pay because of the closure are Democrats. There was no sign of any progress toward a plan to fund...
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December 26th, 2018
nat park closed govt shutdown
By: Michael Dorstewitz – newsmax.com – December 23, 2018 Opinions vary over how serious a prolonged government shutdown would be. The confusion and misinformation over the shutdown has been rampant. Here are nine myths that have been promoted over the years regarding the possible coming shutdown. Myth 1: It is a Shutdown: If the deadline is missed, the lights of government...
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December 26th, 2018
Federal Reserve Chairman - Jerome Powell
By: Stephen Moore – townhall.com – December 25, 2018 In one of the most remarkable Abbott and Costello routines in modern times, the economic wizards at the Fed again raised interest rates on Tuesday. Their crackerjack logic for doing so is to steer America on a course toward recession so they have the tools in hand to end the recession...
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December 26th, 2018
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By: Joel B. Pollak – breitbart.com – December 25, 2018 The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst day of Christmas Eve trading ever, falling over 640 points. Analysts blamed Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin for announcing Sunday evening on Twitter that he had “convened individual calls with the CEOs of the nation’s six largest banks” and that he...
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December 21st, 2018
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME)
By: Jordain Carney – thehill.com – December 20, 2018 GOP senators emerged from the closed-door meeting in visible disbelief that President Trump is refusing to sign a seven-week stopgap measure to fund the government that cleared the chamber by a voice vote less than 24 hours ago. Senate GOP leadership appeared confident on Wednesday that Trump would sign the stopgap,...
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December 14th, 2018
Pelosi threatens to shutdown govt
By: Brandon Morse – redstate.com – December 13, 2018 I’m not sure whether to be happy or angry about this. To the Washington politicians, a government shutdown is apocalyptic. People will die, buildings will crumble, muh roads won’t be maintained, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria! To the vast majority of us, however, we honestly couldn’t care less. The...
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December 12th, 2018
Google CEO Sundar Pichai testifies
By: Jillian D’Onfro – cnbc.com – December 11, 2018 It was Sundar Pichai’s turn in the congressional hot seat. Google’s CEO testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday for 3.5 hours while lawmakers grilled him on a wide range of issues, including potential political bias on the company’s platforms, its plans for a censored search app in China and...
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