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Poll Asks Americans To Name The Greatest President In Their Lifetimes – Barack Obama Wins With 31 Percent

Facebook Twitter Reddit Email It is exceedingly difficult to be optimistic about the future of our nation when you see poll numbers like this.  The Pew Research Center recently conducted a survey in which they asked Americans to name the president that has “done the best job in your lifetime”.  You would think that Ronald […]

Florida Students Walk Out For The Right To Own Guns

A group of students from Rockledge High School walked out of school Friday to support the human right to own guns. Approximately 75 students walked on the school’s track carrying an American flag in support of the basic right to self-defense.  According to a head count by school administrators and as reported by Florida Today, […]

Geert Wilders: “It’s Time To Drain The Swamp… In Europe”

Authored by Geert Wilders via The Gatestone Institute, Our democracies in the Western half of Europe have been subverted. Their goal is no longer to do what the people want. On the contrary, our political elites often do exactly the opposite. Our parliaments promote open-door policies that the majority of the people reject. Our governments […]

Buchanan Asks “Is Trump The Heir To Reagan?”

Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, Three decades ago, as communications director in the White House, I set up an interview for Bill Rusher of National Review. Among his first questions to President Reagan was to ask him to assess the political importance of Barry Goldwater. Said Reagan, “I guess you could call him the […]

US Boosts Defense Spending – To What End?

Authored by J.Hawk, Daniel Deiss, & Edwin Watson via SouthFront.org, One of Donald Trump’s campaign promises was the pledge to “rebuild the US military”, and it is one of the few of his initiatives that appears to enjoy broad bipartisan support. The US Senate’s version of the defense appropriations bill provides for what amounts to […]

Stocks Jump As Trump Promises Plan For “Biggest Tax Cut Ever” Next Week (Again)

It's deja vu all over again… *TRUMP SAYS HE WILL UNVEIL TAX PLAN NEXT WK: AP *TRUMP SAYS PLAN TO INCLUDE `MASSIVE' CUT FOR COS., INDIVIDUALS And the machines fell for it…   As AP reports, President Donald Trump says businesses and individuals will receive a "massive tax cut" under a tax reform package he […]

The Divergence Between ‘Hard’ & ‘Soft’ Data Explained (And Republican Bulls Won’t Like It)

Another dataset, another head-scratching disparity between ostensibly fulsome confidence and evidently sluggish activity.  While markets get whipsawed reacting to divergent hard and soft data points, the question that traders need to ask is whether this gap makes any sense. Bloomberg's Macro Strategist Cameron Crise may have the answer… If you're willing to believe that survey […]

More Americans Think The US Spends “Too Little” Than “Too Much” On The Military

Following The House’s decisive approval of a $578 billion spending bill to keep the US armed forces operating through September, Gallup recently conducted a poll to gauge public opinion on the current level of U.S. military expenditure. The results may surprise some… As Statista’s Niall McCarthy notes, Gallup found that 37 percent of people think […]

From Icarus To Humpty Dumpty – The Art & Science Of Spending Other People’s Money

Via MN Gordon of EconomicPrism.com, “We have assembled a best-in-class team of policy advisors to drive President Trump’s bold plan for job creation and economic growth.” Gary Cohn, Chief Economic Advisor to President Trump Promises of Slop The art and science of spending other people’s money is not an occupation suited to just anyone.  Rather, […]

It’s Finally Morning Again In America, And A New Day For Our Country Starts NOW

endoftheamericandream.com / By Michael Snyder / January 19th, 2017 For the first time in decades, it feels like morning in America again. I was quite young when Ronald Reagan was president, and I only have vague memories from those days. But I do remember the extraordinary optimism that his leadership inspired, and my hope is that […]