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Al Franken To Announce Resignation Tomorrow, Democratic Official Confirms

Update: Al Franken has responded by denying the MPR report in a tweet… Not accurate, @mpr @Stowydad. No final decision has been made and the Senator is still talking with his family. Please update your story. — Sen. Al Franken (@SenFranken) December 6, 2017 *  *  * Update: A Democratic official who has spoken to […]

Bob Corker Says Tillerson “Doesn’t Plan To Be Ousted”

Update: Bob Corker, chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, said Thursday that he spoke with Tillerson after the New York Times reported that he would soon be pushed out of the Trump administration, and the secretary of state has no plans to leave his post. That's contrary to the NYT's claim that he's judiciously […]

The 11 Nations Of The United States

Via Jim Quinn's Burning Platform blog, In his fourth book, “American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures in North America,” award-winning author Colin Woodard identifies 11 distinct cultures that have historically divided the US. Yankeedom Encompassing the entire Northeast north of New York City and spreading through Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, Yankeedom values education, intellectual achievement, […]

Illinois Eyes 30 Cent Gas Tax Hike, Chicago Faces Yet Another Property Tax Hike

Authored by Mike Shedlock via, The Illinois legislature is in recess right now. Other than disbanding the body, that's the best place for them. When they return, they are going after your pocketbook in the form a gas tax hike. Not to be outdone, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pondering property tax hikes. In […]

Americans Prove They Don’t Give A Cluck About “Cage-Free”; They Just Want Cheap Eggs

“Cage-free” eggs were supposed to be the next big thing in America.  Over the past several years everyone from McDonalds to Wal-Mart has promised to convert to cage-free eggs on the premise that millennial consumers would demand at least 144 square inches of space for the layers of their morning omelettes to frolic in freedom. […]

The “Trump Tax Plan” – Details & Analysis

Submitted by Lance Roberts of Real Investment Advice Almost a full year after the election of Donald Trump to the White House, one of the key promises made to voters was the largest “tax cut” since Ronald Reagan was in office. As President Trump stated in Indiana yesterday: “This is a revolutionary change, and the […]

Watch Live: President Trump Unveils His Already-Widely-Leaked Tax Plan

Moments from now President Trump is expected to the take the stage at the Indiana State Fair to ‘unveil’ a tax plan that was leaked by someone in or around his administration hours ago…which we suspect is somewhat more anticlimactic than he might have hoped.  In any event, earlier this morning we covered the details […]

Bay Area TV Anchor: “I Experienced Hate First Hand Today In Berkeley” From Antifa

After the media lashed out at right-wing extremists in the aftermath of the tragic violence in Charlottesville, the tide now appears to be turning against the all-black-clad "Antifa." For the first time since the campaigns began late last year and protests broke out, The Washington Post unleashed this shocking headline. Their faces hidden behind black […]

These Are The States Where $1 Million Lasts The Longest

If you had a million dollars, would you retire? For most Americans, the answer to that question would be no. Which is especially problematic for millennials, who, having been permanently scarred by the financial crisis, are investing at lower rates than members of Generation X or the Baby Boomers, making it more difficult for them […]

And The Best State To Grow Old In Is…

Elder-care company recently conducted a study to determine the best US states to grow old in. And the winner is… Utah. That's right: In addition to being one of the top 5 fiscally responsible states in the Union, the home of Mormonism is also the most friendly state for elderly Americans to grow old […]