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Ron Paul: Obamacare Repeal Or Obamacare 2.0?

This Thursday, the House of Representatives will vote on a Republican bill that supposedly repeals Obamacare. However, the bill retains Obamacare’s most destructive features.

Abe School Scandal Set For Major Escalation After Donation Receipt Emerges

The Mainichi Shimbun has obtained a copy of a receipt for a deposit of 1 million yen that scandal-hit Moritomo Gakuen claims to have been donated by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's wife Akie Abe, jeopardizing Abe's official denial of involvement,  further eroding Abe's credibility and support, and potentially culminating with Abe's resignation.

These US States Entered A Recession In 2016

Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Wyoming experienced recessions last year, while others saw milder contractions, including Maine, Montana, North Dakota, Louisiana and West Virginia.

"He'll Be Back" - Arnie Hints At Senate Run

Having 'quit' The Apprentice, it appears Arnold Schwarzenegger may be taking his first step towards making good on his tweet-threat to President Obama (on swapping jobs). As The Hill reports, the former California governor is reportedly considering running for Senate in 2018 as a third-party candidate.

Are We Witnessing The Weirdest Moment In Economic History?

"If you thought 2016 was weird, I suggest you get comfortable with the surreal because it is not going away anytime soon. 2017 is a veritable treasure trove of falling elevators... it seems to me that many of these events, stacked so closely together in the next few weeks, are not coincidental in their timing."

New Poll Shows Hillary Favorability Sinking to All-Time Low As Trump Jumps

After a recent speech at here alma mater, Wellesley College, Hillary Clinton was asked by a young snowflake what she would change about her 2016 campaign if she had it to do all over again, to which she quickly responded, "I'd win."  But a new poll from Suffolk University reveals that her innovative strategy, while genius, may be misinformed.