Donald Trump

AT&T Purchase Of Time Warner Greeted By Skepticism On Wall Street, Scrutiny In Congress

15 years after it was part of one historic merger, Time Warner is getting bought again, and while the current deal is roughly half the size of AOL's historic $164 billion acquisition of Time Warner in 2000 it's still a big enough deal that it's drawing attention on the campaign trail from both candidates, and to generate millions in revenues for Wall Street banks eager to sell the $40 billion in debt needed to fund the deal.

Soros-Linked Voting Machines Cause Concern Over Rigged Election

Concern is growing over revelations that voting machines in a significant number of states will be controlled by a company tied directly to George Soros and his personal quest to create a nationless, borderless global state. “If Malloch-Brown’s Soros ties weren’t troubling enough, he also has ties to the Clintons through his work at two consulting firms.”

Trump "Truthers" Versus Hillary's "Hysterically Hyperventilating Hypocrites"

One can measure the validity of Trump’s utterances by the volume of squeals emanating from the pigs he’s stuck. Judging from the deafening din on this one, Trump scored a bullseye. If America’s faith in its elections is undermined, as so many hysterically hyperventilating hypocrites claim, it won’t be because of anything Donald Trump says or does, but because the racketeers rig elections and not all the people stay fooled all the time.

Cashless Society - Is The War On Cash Set To Benefit Gold?

If governments allow banks to shut down bank accounts of individuals or companies without a fair trial and due legal process, it will create a very dangerous situation indeed. In this environment, buying gold is rational behaviour to even the biggest paper-bugs out there. The current monetary experiment of massive QE is no longer the main concern of prudent investors and institutions, it is now combined with negative interest rates and bail-ins.

SNL Mocks Third Presidential Debate; Trump Silent On Twitter

Just as it did a week ago, in its latest episode, "Saturday Night Live" mocked the third and final debate between presidential rivals Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. However, unlike one week ago, Trump has refrained from slamming SNL on Twitter as he did last Sunday, a comment which, as expected, reverberated with the media who accused him of not having a sense of humor.

Statistician Warns Americans To "Ignore The Capricious Polls"

"We're in a sea of faulty polls... At this point it makes sense for Americans to ignore the capricious polls, and simply vote their conscious on Election Day.  The numbers in the polls don't add up to the significance the polling conclusions convey..."

Trump Lays Out His Plan For First 100 Days In Office: Here Are The Highlights

1. "A Constitutional Amendment to impose term limits on all members of Congress."
2. "A hiring freeze on all federal employees."
3. "A requirement that for every new federal regulation, 2 existing regulations must be eliminated."
4. "A 5-year ban on White House and Congressional officials becoming lobbyists after they leave government."
5. "A lifetime ban on White House officials lobbying on behalf of a foreign government."
6. "A complete ban on foreign lobbyists raising money for American elections."

NSA Whistleblower: US Intelligence Worker Likely Behind DNC Leaks, Not Russia

[w]e have the information... If the F.B.I. asks, we are ready to supply the I.P. addresses, the logs, ... but nobody contacted us. It’s like nobody wants to sort this out...analysis of the internal data allows [us] to confidently refute any conclusions about the involvement of the Russian special services in this attack..."

A Realist's View Of The US Presidential Contest

On the one side is, maybe, a rapist. On the other side is certainly a warmonger. The next US President will be one of those two people. Each voter must make his/her own choice: either drink possibly cyanide, or drink definitely arsenic. Those are the only two choices left in America’s 'democracy'. No intelligent estimation of America’s immediate political future can be positive; it’s either zero (like Trump) or else negative (like Hillary).