The FOMC Minutes Came And Went With A Thud: What's Next

The FOMC minutes came and went with a thud. You could feel the energy level evaporate from a market hoping for the Fed to signal that its actions might bear some resemblance to their speech-making. Still, there has been no shortage of analysts saying the missive reflected whatever it was they wanted to hear.

How Tennessee Could Be About To Start A Constitutional Crisis

The state of Tennessee has laid the legislative groundwork for something that hasn't been done in the United States of America since 1787, after voting 27-3 to call a "convention of the states"...the last time such a convention was called the United States tossed out the Articles of Confederation and formed a whole new government guided by the newly drafted Constitution that we still use to this day.

Eight Reasons Why The Dutch Election Matters

If 2016 was the year of the breakthrough, 2017 could see the status-quo fightback, with Europe likely to form the battleground ahead of pivotal elections. And, while next month's general election in The Netherlands may not be the biggest showdown of the year, the outcome could set the tone for 2017.

Retired Green Beret Exposes How Secretive Non-Profit Organizations Erode The United States

The end goal is to destroy the Constitution and subvert the country.  Are all NPO’s this way? No, certainly not.  But the majority are, and this is one of the things that needs to be addressed by the current administration and Congress, brought to light by We the People…to keep Soros and his ilk from taking us in the direction that other countries have been taken…and at taxpayer expense, with the 501(c)(3) as their shield.

New Study Finds That Trump's Immigration Crack Down Could Cost $5 Trillion In GDP Over 10 Years

No matter where you come down on the immigration debate, like it or not, there are millions of low-skill jobs in this country, particularly in the Southwest, that our pampered, snowflake millennials wouldn't touch with a 10-foot pole and are thus filled by "undocumented" workers primarily from Mexico and other portions of South America...here's a look at the economic consequences of removing those workers.

The New Wave Of Violent Protests Is Exactly What The Elite Want - Here's Why

If one is sincerely opposed to racism, sexism, and fascism then it may be best for him to refrain from engaging in racist, sexist, and fascist means to support his cause.  The fact these radical leftist factions utilize such means indicates a more sinister and subtle objective than the purported one of “social justice.”

Ten Great Economic Myths

Our country is beset by a large number of economic myths that distort public thinking on important problems and lead us to accept unsound and dangerous government policies. Here are ten of the most dangerous of these myths and an analysis of what is wrong with them.

Trump Delays New Travel Ban To Next Week, No Reason Given Why

A White House official sai on Wednesday that Donald Trump is pushing back the release of his revised executive order on travel and refugees until next week. Trump had said that a revamped executive order, tailored to address legal issues that blocked his original travel ban, would be released this week.  No explanation was given for the delay.

Mnuchin Praises Strong Dollar, Adds To Currency Confusion

“For longer-term purposes, an appreciation of the dollar is a good thing, and I would expect longer-term, as you’ve seen over periods of time, the dollar does appreciate. “In the short term, there are certain aspects [of a strong currency] that are positive about the dollar for our economy and there are certain aspects that are not as positive."