Ideas to Accelerate Slowest Economic Recovery in Decades

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.

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Governments – from Cities to Federal – Dangerously in Debt

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.

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As a Minority Group, Why Hindus Love Trump

Salient insights about four-million Hindus with roots from India who live and prosper in the United States. And why they love Donald Trump.

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Overtime Pay Rule: Negative Impact on Businesses, Workers

Talk about unintended consequences on the middle class, the Obama Administration’s regulation requiring overtime pay for 4.2 million workers will result in massive negative hardships for most employers and their workers.

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Election Trends: Divided Political Parties Usually Lose

Thanks to political intrigue and shenanigans by the so-called Republican establishment, the Republican Party could likely suffer defeat in the 2016 presidential election, according to an academic study.

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‘Dirty Little Secrets’ Trump Hasn’t Told You about Economy

Donald Trump has pushed the envelope to say the least. Many businesspeople get it. So do entrepreneurs, and millions of different demographics of voters who are angry at the economic decline of America.

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Like Nobility in the Age of Kings, Ruling Class Gets Trumped

Throughout history, there have been ruling classes in every region of the world. Noteworthy in Europe were the Dark Ages in which the ruling classes dominated ordinary, hardworking folks. That’s true for 21st century America. But like the Age of Enlightenment in the 1700s, America’s ruling class in 2016 is getting trumped by a voter revolt.

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Memo to Candidates, Voters and Media: Think CandidateVerification

For a transparent political process to benefit America –candidates, voters and the news media should investigate a nonprofit – CandidateVerification. The Seattle-area nonprofit – a nonpartisan organization – invites all candidates to participate in a free background check.

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Academic Study: Rich Pay More than Their Share in Taxes

The 2016 study by the National Center for Policy Analysis reveals the current tax code is highly progressive. It’s entitled, “U.S. Inequality, Fiscal Progressivity, and Work Disincentives: An Intragenerational Accounting.”

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Despite Cruz’s Despicable Tactics – Why Trump Will Win

The Republican race is over – if the establishment Republicans wake up and smell the coffee – and accept that Donald Trump holds the only ticket to success.

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Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.