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by | Nov 21, 2022

“Now that the Student Loan Debt Relief application is open, spot the scams,” says an Oct. 18 Federal Trade Commission alert. “Scammers are … trying to get your money and personal information,” it warns. The real scam artists here are…

by | Oct 5, 2022

President Joe Biden is annoyed. On Saturday, during a speech to the Congressional Black Caucus, he complained: “I’m so sick of Republicans saying we’re the ‘big spenders.’ Give me a break. Give me a break.” He all but said in…

by | Oct 5, 2022

During the past three years, under COVID lockdowns and particularly during the period of 2020–21, the federal government has shuttered our economy. The feds’ actions caused a major reduction in America’s capacity to produce. The federal government also increased demand…

by | Sep 3, 2022

President Biden recently announced his plan to forgive up to $40,000 dollars of student loan debt per household making up to $250,000. I wish he had told me about that when I had $1.50 in my bank account and was…

by | Jul 6, 2022

The go-to policy for dealing with nearly every modern problem is more government spending. So it was just a matter of time before Democrats tried to revive the failed “Build Back Better” (BBB) program to address today’s economic troubles. Of…

by | May 11, 2022

Recently, the Biden administration announced it is entertaining a $10,000 debt cancellation for some federal student loan borrowers, while progressive lawmakers are pressuring the administration to cancel at least $50,000. While student debt forgiveness may curry short-term favor with some…

by | Apr 6, 2022

History has a way of repeating itself. Or maybe it’s that people cling to defunct beliefs, stubbornly refusing to learn from experience. Such stubbornness is on display when pundits, legislators, and President Joe Biden blame inflation on corporate “greed.” The…

by | Feb 26, 2022

President Joe Biden has continuously stated that “climate change” is the highest priority of his administration, fueled by Build Back Better spending. We are witnessing the disastrous impacts that establishing the wrong priorities can have. On the day Biden became…

by | Feb 12, 2022

Washington’s foreign policy establishment, essentially a bipartisan war party more interested in running the world than protecting the American people, is debating going to war — several times over. For instance, there’s Russia. Administration officials warn that Moscow might attack…

by | Jan 11, 2022

Last week, China Evergrande suspended its shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Evergrande is China’s second-largest real estate developer. The company has been in crisis for months, having repeatedly missed interest payments on its debt. Now, the company, which owes $300 billion in…

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