Posts in category "Economics"
Trump has unveiled his economy plan: Lower taxes on every rich woman and man. Deregulation Is good for the nation. And whatever Reagan did, Trump thinks he can.
“Trump had expressed support for the Brexit in the past. On Friday, he likened voters’ decision in the U.K. to the U.S. presidential election. ‘People want to take their country back and have independence. You’re going to have many other cases where they want to take their borders back,” he said. “They want to... Read more »
“Donald Trump made a complete break from reality in his New Hampshire victory speech by declaring that the unemployment numbers are a lie, and unemployment is really 42%. Trump said, ‘I am going to be the greatest jobs president that God ever created. Remember that. Don’t believe those phony numbers when you hear 4.9... Read more »
I’ve been collecting passages from what I read for many years now. It has been for me a kind of memory bank of stimulating ideas and felicitous ways of expressing them. After I had been doing this for awhile, I discovered that it was a common practice among writers and thinkers in the past.... Read more »
Many Americans have never heard of Henry Wallace. But he deserves to be remembered. He was like Jefferson in that he respected the agrarian way of life and had faith in the power and destiny of the common man. He was Secretary of Agriculture in the darkest days of the Great Depression. Few at the... Read more »
Ilinois Republican Congressman Aaron Schock appeared last night on MSNBC after the State of the Union address. In case you forgot or didn’t know, MSNBC is the Progressive antidote to Fox News. Republican elected officials are generally phobic about MSNBC, and approach it with trepidation, if at all. So I give Mr. Schock credit... Read more »
Bruce Rauner says he wants to raise The FICA and Medicare taxes. Though he hasn’t paid either one these days As he counts what he saves and relaxes.
Today’s the birthday of Franklin D. Roosevelt. When our country the Greatest Depression was dealt, He found a fresh deck and he opened the seal; Rebooted the game with what’s called “The New Deal”. New Deal programs with the deepest impact on American life: (1) Social Security Act; (2) Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; (3) Securities... Read more »
Born today was Salmon P. Chase Rival of Lincoln in a presidential race. Decided for the Union in a landmark case. On the ten thou bill you will see his face. [Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase swearing in President U.S. Grant to a second term on March 4, 1873]
Born today was Richard Warren Sears. Through the mail he sold the most goods for years. Now that sales have tanked, it’s assumed, He’s rolling over where he’s entombed. Watching Out: “If you buy a good watch you will always be satisfied, and at our prices a good watch will influence the sale of another good... Read more »