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United States Public Debt Should Stop Congress Recess

16/06/2017

If Congress goes on their one-month vacation in August without coming to a deal on the United States public debt, I think the stock market goes into a downward correction. We may not even need to wait that long. Congress has about 6 weeks to come together and reach a deal to raise the debt Read More »

Effects of Climate Change, Who Cares? Trump Pulls US Out

1/06/2017

President Trump has honored his campaign promise to pull the US out of these globalist run bureaucracies that tax Americans in the name of bad effects of climate change (see Washington Post link above). You go honeybadger Trump! Trump supporters finally have something to be happy about again. Effects of Climate Change, Who Cares? We Read More »

Climate change and President Trump’s announcement…

1/06/2017

President Trump will announce the position of the U.S. on climate change today. This is huge folks. The globalists have used the fear of environmental pollution to take billions of US tax payers money. Will President Trump break his campaign promise to get out of the Paris agreement, or will he move to the left Read More »

With So Much Debt In the US Economy, Is It Even Possible To Grow Faster?

25/09/2016

The US national debt just broke above $19.5 trillion. Both Democrats and Republicans are to blame, but it is important to note that President Obama and Democrats increased the national debt more than all President’s before combined. George Bush exploded the national debt by $3 trillion in response to an imploding economy and 911. Obama Read More »

Countries Dump U.S. Debt At Record Pace

16/08/2016

In 2016, foreign countries have dumped a shocking $192 billion worth of U.S. Treasury bonds. This dumping of bonds is the biggest selloff of U.S. debt since 1978. China, Japan, France, Brazil and Colombia are the leading countries that are dumping U.S. debt. U.S. Treasury bonds are the safest investments in the world. Countries often Read More »