Category: Economics

The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly of Links . . .

Among the links, the economy and foreign policy are good, Biden corruption is bad, and Dems fomenting riots is ugly. The Good Economy: Don’t tell anyone — the MSM certainly won’t — but the V-shaped economic recovery continues apace.  This from Hot Air Thus far, warnings of collapse in the

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Night 1 of the Republican National Convention

It was a good first night at the Republican National Convention.  Republicans highlighted Trump’s record, contrasted it with Biden’s, and pushed back at charges of racism. The major themes of the night were:  Highlight the successes, particularly the economic and foreign policy successes of the Trump administration, prior to the

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Wall Street Bull 2018 campaign

Today’s economic news gives a hook for the 2018 midterm campaign

The economic news out on Friday provides a ready-made slogan for Republicans going into the 2018 midterm campaign this Fall. Trump, keeping yet another one of his campaign promises, has given us an “unexpected” booming economy (except that those of us who believe in low regulation, low taxes, and high optimism were

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Second Amendment Guns

Bookworm Beat 10/4/17 — the Second Amendment edition

While not all of the links in this post discuss the Second Amendment, most do. There’s other stuff too, about health care, the economy, etc. It’s all good. A great book about the Second Amendment. This post focuses heavily on the Second Amendment because, once again, Progressives are using an

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Marin IJ Marin background Iris Brilliant Lisa Gray-Garcia

What a posh Marin background & a Womyn’s Studies degree will teach you

A posh Marin background and a good heart can’t overcome a social justice education that teaches that wealth creation happens through shakedowns. Marin is one of America’s richest counties. Mill Valley, in Marin County, is one of the most affluent cities in California, with a median household income of $132,192

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