For many supporters in the two terms of President Obama, his administration’s Middle East policy and treatment of Israel seemed well-balanced and positive. But his betrayal of Israel on the eve of Hanukkah shows the truth.[Read more...]
Mr. Gates astutely observes Mr. Trump was not elected “for specific policies” but for his “kind of leadership.” The tech icon also believes Mr. Trump has a message reminiscent of President John F. Kennedy.[Read more...]
Donald Trump’s election has prompted a surge in optimism for the economy and stock market, according to authoritative polls. But countless manufacturing workers and their families are on public assistance says a UC Berkeley study. The answers aren’t more entitlements or higher minimum wage. Here are the real solutions.[Read more...]
Donald Trump acts positively: Americans are tired of the reign of politically correct terror, the movement for income redistribution, and the massive loss of good-paying jobs.[Read more...]
Has America’s election of Donald Trump as president avoided a 2016 Constitutional crisis? Yes and no. Not if sore losers get their way. Fortunately, their movement is a long shot.[Read more...]
In analyzing the mess from the mud-slinging over Donald Trump’s taxes, we can reasonably arrive at five conclusions.[Read more...]
To gauge the health of America’s economy, the gross domestic product (GDP) is, of course, an important indicator. It’s been revised downward — again. What this means …[Read more...]
The most nonsensical irony in corporate America involves Apple CEO Tim Cook’s tax strategy which has drawn fire from the European Commission. Why? It’s apparently backfiring, and is unpatriotic and shortsighted.[Read more...]
Most voters are likely to vote their pocketbooks. So for them the positive spin on the economy by Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama doesn’t reflect reality.[Read more...]
The U.S. economy has been slowly mending. However, the situation is bleak for governments at all levels.
Why? High debt is dangerous and economic growth is dreadfully slow. This is best illustrated by the enclosed U.S. Debt Clock.