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Re-energized partnership between the U.S. and UK allowed Parliament to push through Article 50 vote with overwhelming consensus

In less than a week since Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May went to the White House to visit with the new American President Donald Trump, the lower house of the British parliament voted overwhelmingly today to go ahead with filing Article 50, and begin the process to exit from the European Union. With a vote of 498 to 114 in the House of Commons, the scuttlebutt created when the British courts ordered t ...

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Removal of Dodd-Frank could once again lead to economic growth as banks would be incentivized to lend to businesses

Like the removal of Glass-Steagall, the Dodd-Frank Banking Reform Act that came out of the 2008 financial crisis turned out to be a boon for the too big to fail banks, but a clamp on mid-tier and regional banks that were the engines that fueled small businesses in America.  And it was these two pieces of legislation that made it possible for banks and corporations to profit from the financialization of the ...

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Pussy rioters matter? Women’s march on Washington has funding ties to George Soros

Now that Donald Trump has been sworn in as President of the United States, one of his Constitutional duties is that of the country's chief law enforcement officer.  And if his anger at the foreign operative who tried to keep him out of office by funding the post-election recounts wasn't enough, perhaps once he discovers that this weekend's Women's March has ties to Soros cash he may decide its high time to ...

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IMF Chief tells Davos elites that the way to fight populism is to give away free stuff

This week heralds the annual Davos World Economic Forum, where elites go to eat $40 hot dogs and discuss global topics that they have no idea about.  And all one has to do to validate this is to realize that nearly every one of the thousands of participants jetting into the high mountains of Switzerland never saw the potential of Britain leaving the EU, or Donald Trump getting elected as President of the Un ...

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France’s leading candidate for President channels inner Trump and calls for repatriation of auto industry

With less than two weeks remaining before Donald Trump pledges the oath of office and takes over the reins for the U.S. government, one thing has become abundantly clear... he intends to lead rather than react as had been the case for the retiring President Barack Obama. And what we mean by leading is that rather than waiting for events to unfold, and react to situations or crises, Trump has already proven ...

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George Soros’s birthplace Hungary cracks down on the billionaire’s globalist NGO’s

While the U.S. intelligence services try to make Russia the scapegoat for the Democrats losing the White House in the last election, the real instigator of attempted voter fraud goes relatively untouched.  Yet in one country, the country of that individual's birth, the government has had enough of George Soros's attempts to inflict his form of fascism on the rest of the world and is instigating a coup of th ...

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Obama continues his authoritative agenda by using fake Russian hacking report to take over state electoral processes

If investors wanted to find a stock that is tied to actions of the Executive Branch, all they would need to do is buy into ink manufacturers.  This is because President Barack Obama is going full bore in the final two weeks of his administration to use his 'pen' to sign into law regulations that usurp the legislative process of Congress to enlarge government authority over the states and the people. On Jan. ...

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Just as with Japan in the 80’s, China seeks to expand their industry on the U.S. mainland in 2017

The world changed when President Richard Nixon closed the gold window and took the dollar off the Bretton Woods standard back in 1971 as it led to nearly a decade of recession, and a changeover in their long-standing positive trade deficit.  And even with the short lived economic recovery in the 1980's under Ronald Reagan, the die was cast for newer economic powers to one day usurp American industry. When a ...

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Hollywood liberal hypocrisy: actors advocate for forced minimum wage except when it comes to their industry

In the aftermath of the November election, four new states approved referendums to increase minimum wages beginning in 2017.  And at the forefront of these popular votes was an army of liberal activists who spent much of the year funding protests that would call for hiking wages for individuals doing entry level or low skilled work. But as we know from those who are politically positioned in the far left, l ...

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Barack Obama usurps the 2nd Amendment in final days in office by cutting off gun ownership to disability recipients

As President Barack Obama finishes out his final month in office, the two term executive is working hard to force through segments of an agenda that had been stifled by the courts and by Congress.  And one of these is an attack on the 2nd Amendment as his administration last week finalized a policy regulation that would make it unlawful for individuals receiving disability payments through the Social Securi ...

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Europe stands quietly awaiting the outcome of the new sanction rhetoric from Washington and Moscow

In the end the only real loser from the economic sanctions imposed against Russia three years ago by the United States has been Europe.  And this has mostly been because of the fact that Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to implement his own counter sanctions in response to this that included EU nations since they voted to follow lock-step with Washington back in 2014. So with this in mind, and the f ...

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European Central Bank changes capital requirements so that insolvent Deutsche Bank can pay big bonuses

Never let yourself be fooled... the SOLE purpose of a central bank is to aid in the profit and stability of their member banks.  If by their monetary policies they happen to aid the sovereign nation they are tied to, then it is nothing more than coincidence or happenstance. Eight years ago, when the financial crisis led the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve to beg for a taxpayer funded bailout of the banks, ...

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