Category Archives: Finance

Corruptofornia News

by Jack It’s official, President Trump wants the feds 2nd installment money back from California.  The feds have pumped millions into CA to build the high speed rail, but the last payment of about $900,00 million was, well, the last … Continue reading

Posted in Finance, Government Fraud and Corruption, Politics | 8 Comments

Looting America’s Businesses – Legally

by Jack When it comes to corporate greed nobody does it better than America.   CEO pay in the U.S. has grown exponentially since the 1970s, according to the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), rising almost 1,000 percent compared to a rise … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Investment, Fraud Alert, Morals and Ethics | 2 Comments

Charitable Giving UP – “Stingy Capitalists” Give More Than Ever!

Posted by Tina One of the lefts favorite memes about capitalists is that if you give the stingy jerks a tax break they will keep the money for themselves. This false accusation has no basis in reality. Our economy has … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Industry, Finance, Tax Policy, Western Values | 17 Comments

Scientific American: Climate “Crisis” not that “Big a Deal”

Posted by Tina The science journal, Scientific American, has taken a bold step in publishing a report on two essays that dramatically downplay alarmism in the global climate movement and suggest human beings have the tools to meet whatever challenges … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Investment, Conservation, Engineering and Technology, Federal Budget, Global Warming/ Climate Change, Government Fraud and Corruption, Healthcare, Morals and Ethics, Protest and Agitation, science | Leave a comment

Time to Wise Up to Free Market Benefits

Posted by Tina I had to alert anyone reading this, but especially those under 30 who believe in big government, to a great little article, “You’re Fired”, by Steve Feinstein at The American Thinker. The chart at right indicates the … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Investment, Constitution & Law, Liberty, Politics, Tax Policy | 1 Comment

February Jobs Report: 313K New Jobs – Beats Expectations!

Posted by Tina The jobs report for the month of February, out this morning, contained good news on all fronts and beat expectations. American business created 313,000 new jobs, smashing the projected number of 200K. The labor force participation rate … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Industry, Business and Investment, Tax Policy | 1 Comment

Why Doesn’t the GOP Cut Spending?

by Jack In the swamp we call Washington, they’ve never heard of making a noble stand simply because it’s the right thing to do. Nope, no way, it’s all about polling, self preservation and personal/partisan advantage. That’s what really matters. … Continue reading

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Big Government is Here to Stay

by Jack From the Washington Post, “Republicans propelled themselves to power in Washington by promising an end to fiscal recklessness. They are now embracing the kind of free spending and budget deficits they once claimed to loathe. Congress is debating … Continue reading

Posted in Federal Budget, Finance | Tagged , | 9 Comments

Did CNN Suddenly Wake?

Posted by Tina Holy Guacamole! A rare thing happened today. CNN, a network that gave President Trump “93% negative coverage” in the first months of his presidency, acknowledged that President Trump has been a “keeper of promises”: A politician who … Continue reading

Posted in Border Security, Business and Industry, Civil Rights, Constitution & Law, Federal Budget, Finance, Foreign policy and affairs, Government Fraud and Corruption, Gun rights, Healthcare, Homeless and Indigent, Illegal immigration, Keystone, Media and Social Media, Military, National Security | 16 Comments

Rep. Gaetz Introduces Resolution Urging Mueller to Resign

Posted by Tina Speculation about Special Council Robert Muellers ability to investigate the Russian intervention case without prejudice has been hanging in the air for some time. Although people on both sides of the aisle have said he is a … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Investment, Constitution & Law, Police and Crime, Political Intrigue | 3 Comments