In the last 20 years, our country’s national debt has exploded. In 2001, when George W. Bush took office, the national debt was $5.8 trillion. It took around 225 years — booms, busts, depressions, wars, etc. — to amass that much national debt. In just eight years, Bush and a compliant Congress doubled the number to $11.7 trillion. In Barack Obama’s two terms, another $8.6 trillion was added. During the past four years, Donald Trump and Congress fought many battles, but
And, as cases rose, and hospitalizations rose, and deaths rose, so did the tyrannical trouncing of the economy sending unemployment rates to record highs and crushing GDP growth to record
West Virginia senator Joe Manchin (D.) said he will defend the congressional filibuster despite pressure from liberal activists to abolish the legislative maneuver.
Manchin’s office told the Washington Free Beacon the senator’s opposition to eliminating the filibuster has not changed. Other moderate Democratic senators such as Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.), Amy Klobuchar (Minn.), and Chris Murphy (Conn.) have also expressed their support for the procedure despite internal pressure.
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Democratic congresswoman Katie Porter (Calif.) claimed to be the only single mother in Congress in a fundraising email on Monday, erasing at least three of her House colleagues who are also single mothers.
Porter said in the email that she was “the only single, working mother of young kids” in Congress and that the pandemic “disproportionately” affected working mothers. Porter’s email makes no mention of fellow Democratic Rep. Cori Bush (Mo.), a newly elected single mother of two.
The email also overlooks Republican Reps. Nancy Mace (S.C.) and Beth Van Duyne (Texas), who were elected to Congress in November as
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Once again, House Democrats filed the Articles of Impeachment against former President Donald J. Trump.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer had words to share about the charges being filed against Trump.
In an unfortunate slip of the tongue, Schumer said, “Make no mistake, there will be a trial, and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide if they believe Donald John Trump incited the erection…”
To anyone who has been paying attention lately, the drop in trust probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise. What’s particularly galling, however, is the fact that the media refuses
Let me throw this out there; the investing game is mind-numbingly easy. You buy good businesses for less than fair value. Sure, we can all argue about fair value. There are always surprises in the future trajectory of a business. This game has some wrinkles and drama, but at the most basic level, it’s easy. In fact, done correctly, it only involves a handful of decisions each year.
If it’s so easy, why aren’t I wealthier? It’s because I’ve tried to complicate things from time to time and made some very
The piece featured traders like 31 year old Jeremy Johnson, who, after investing $15,000 per year with Robinhood, has