Financial News

DOJ: Sanctuary Cities Can Kiss Their Funding Goodbye

Last month, a U.S. District Court Judge ruled that President Trump’s January executive order directing the Department of Justice to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities could not be enforced. The ruling, which was seen even by liberal court-watchers as an exercise in judicial activism, inspired Attorney General Jeff Sessions to work up a new memo that outlines the DOJ’s ...

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Dems Want Higher Minimum Wage, Won’t Pay Workers Current Rate

The Democratic Party loves to masquerade as the political home of the working man with their rallies in favor of a higher minimum wage, but they’re now being sued for failing to practice what they preach. Just like the various politicians – Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren, for instance – who have abysmal records when it comes to hiring female ...

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Aussie CEO Investing Billions in U.S. Due to “Confidence” in Trump

The latest unemployment numbers, combined with record figures from Wall Street, show anyone who cares to notice just how powerfully the American economy is bouncing back under President Trump’s watch. Consumers and investors alike are excited about the prospects, and there is every sign that we could be in for a boom period this country hasn’t seen since the days ...

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Trump Must Save Us From Obama’s Climate Change Agreement

A little more than a year ago, President Obama signed an agreement with 170 countries in Paris that essentially turned the U.S. into an international piggy bank. Under the guise of combating climate change, Obama committed the U.S. to paying for “third-world” countries (which includes places like China) to raise their emissions standards so that the polar bears might live ...

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Trump Signs Order to Tighten H-1B Visa Rules

President Trump is signing a new executive order that is intended to bolster his “Buy and Hire American” initiative, reduce the advantages given to highly skilled foreign workers, and begin bringing jobs back to the country. The order is intended to put some sanity back into the H-1B visa program, which is driving down domestic wages by putting American workers ...

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Major Insurer Likely to Leave Obamacare Markets Behind

While Democrats argue about the dictionary definition of a “death spiral,” the signs are growing clearer every day that the demise of Obamacare is imminent. Costs are going up, insurance companies are pulling out, and the individual mandate has not been enough incentive for young, healthy Americans to plunge into the marketplace. Whether or not this fatal trajectory yet constitutes ...

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The Media’s Big “Meals on Wheels” Lie

In roughly 6,000 online articles, 300 hard copy newspapers, 150 cable news shows, and countless late-night monologues, the liberal media told us last week that President Trump’s proposed budget would eliminate the Meals on Wheels program. This silliness extended to elected Democrats as well, who criticized Trump for his heartless attack on the poor and infirm. And it’s basically nonsense. ...

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Trump Orders Overhaul of Executive Branch

In an executive order signed Monday, President Trump demanded a thorough audit of federal agencies to make sure American taxpayers aren’t seeing their hard-earned money wasted by inefficiency inside the Executive Branch. “This executive order is another major step toward making the federal government efficient, effective, and accountable to the people,” Trump said. “There is duplication and redundancy everywhere. Billions ...

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Trump Offers Planned Parenthood a Lifeline…of Sorts

Republicans have been promising to strip Planned Parenthood of its federal funding since undercover tapes proved the organization was profiting from the sale of fetal tissue, but President Trump has offered the company a deal: Stop performing abortions and you can keep your $500 million in annual grants. Think they’ll take the offer? In case you had any illusions about ...

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Gun Sales Slow Down Due to Trump’s Election

Conservatives and the NRA expect President Donald Trump to be good for the Second Amendment, but the latest figures show that he may not be good for the gun industry itself. According to TheStreet, American Outdoor Brands, the company formerly known as Smith & Wesson, issued an earnings report this week that cost them 6 percent in Friday’s pre-market trading. ...

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