Financial News

Washington GOP Hesitates, State Republicans Seize the Day

Republicans in Washington, D.C. appeared ready to take full advantage of their newfound power in the weeks following the 2016 election, but conservative critics – including Matt Drudge – have begun to wonder if they’ll be able to live up to their national promises. While President Donald Trump uses executive power to push his agenda as far forward as he ...

Read More »

Trump to Announce Japan Deal Creating 700,000 New Jobs

While the left is busy making President Trump look like the worst president in American history, the man in charge is still busy making this country great again. Not only is he doing more to protect America’s borders than his predecessor ever did, he’s working diligently to fulfill his campaign promise to bring the U.S. job market roaring back to ...

Read More »

Obamacare is Coming Apart at the Seams

President Trump and Republicans in Congress have sent mixed messages about their repeal and replacement plan for Obamacare. Trump suggested this weekend that Americans could have to wait until 2018 to see a plan hit the floor of Congress. That’s all well and good, but if the latest enrollment figures are anything to go by, the GOP may not have ...

Read More »

Trump Begins Process of Repealing Wall St. Regulations

President Donald Trump prepared Friday to sign executive orders that would open the door for Congress to slash regulations imposed on the banking industry in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Front and center is the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which critics say has done more harm than good. White House Economic Council Director Gary ...

Read More »

Refugees Using Welfare to Vacation Back Home

Thousands of refugees are taken in by Switzerland on an annual basis, granted asylum in the country due to war-torn conditions in their home countries. But while Swiss residents may be okay with their government taking in the tired and poor, they may not be too happy about a recent report in the Basler Zeitung. According to the Swiss newspaper, ...

Read More »

What We Expect From Trump’s First Year

President Trump made a lot of promises on the campaign trail, and the realities of Washington politics will make it impossible for him to keep them all. That said, there are a few things that voters deserve to see happen by January of next year. If Trump wants to put this country on a path to “Great”ness, these are the ...

Read More »

House Freedom Caucus Angered By Obamacare Strategy

Members of the House Freedom Caucus are not pleased with the GOP leadership’s proposal to phase Obamacare out in several stages over a period of several years. When it emerged that Republicans at the top of the party were preparing to repeal the Affordable Care Act in such a way that it would not be effectively eliminated for at least ...

Read More »

Trump Nominates Fierce Obamacare Critic for HHS Secretary

President-elect Donald Trump made Republicans very happy on Monday when he named Rep. Tom Price as his nominee for Secretary of Health and Human Services. Critics and supporters alike see the choice as a clear signal from Trump that he’s serious about repealing and replacing Obamacare. Price has made a name for himself as one of the Affordable Care Act’s ...

Read More »

Trump’s Election Sends Economic Confidence Soaring

According to the latest edition of Gallup’s Economic Confidence Index, Americans have much more optimism about the future of the economy than they did before Donald Trump was elected president. For the first time since March 2015, the Index has turned positive, soaring from a (-10) evaluation to a (+3) virtually overnight. According to Gallup, the turnaround is almost entirely ...

Read More »

Clinton’s Paid Speeches Released by WikiLeaks

On Friday, WikiLeaks published thousands of hacked emails from inside the world of Hillary Clinton, exposing excerpts from the paid Wall Street speeches she guarded so carefully during the Democratic primaries. In a statement, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said, “It’s not hard to see why she fought so hard to keep her transcripts of speeches to Wall Street ...

Read More »