• February 25, 2020
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US & China Increase Tariffs During Trade Talks

The U.S. and China announced an increase in tariffs on a multitude of goods as the trade war continues. The tariffs on the U.S. side were set on 16 billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. These goods include automobiles, factory machinery, and metals. China is one of the world’s leading suppliers of factory machinery which […]

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Rep Chris Collins The Newest Victim of The Witch Hunt

Rep. Chris Collins a Republican from upstate New York has been arrested on insider trading charges lodged by the Justice Department. According to reports his son, Cameron Collins, and the father of his fiancee, Stephen Zarsky are also being charged. The issue in question is call that Collins allegedly made from the White House lawn […]

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Tech Stock on the Rise Cars Struggling

News from the stock market today confirms what we have been seeing since the start of the year, the top tech companies are continuously climbing up. Netflix is the biggest winner so far this year with their stock value rising over 86% in the last 7 months. As of today, 60% of American homes with […]

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Tax Cut 2.0 Ready To Go

The Trump administration is buttoning up a new tax reform bill that has been dubbed Tax Cut 2.0 by the media. The move comes at a perfect time for the administration. It is headed into midterm elections and putting more money back into the people’s pocket could be a deciding factor. The idea the administration […]

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Trump Tax Returns Back In The News

The widely covered meeting of President Trump and President Putin keeps drawing reactions. Many on the liberal media side have not been positive. Members of both parties were not pleased that President Trump did not publicly call out President Putin for what they believe was a breach in American democracy. The president has since amended […]

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E.U. Hits Google With New Record Fine

The E.U. Competition Committee has announced a new, record fine against tech giant Google. This new fine will be worth nearly 5 billion dollars. It was set because according to the committee, Google continues to break many of its rules. The issues are mainly with the way it handles business with cell phone manufacturers. Anyone […]

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China Has Nothing Left To Tax

China has potentially played all of its cards in the trade war with the United States; at least as far as taxing more American goods goes. With Washington planning on turning up the heat with more tariffs to Chinese goods what is China left to do? They could turn to more dirty tactics to try […]

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UK Government Melt Down Over Brexit

From the looks of things, the UK’s Brexit negotiations are not going so well! UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has just resigned today joining the long list of officials that have resigned over this matter. Reports indicate that Johnson’s resignation had to do with his disagreement with Prime Minister Theresa May’s soft exit plan. Johnson […]

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The Trade War Has Officially Begun

Today marks the day that the pending China tariffs on U.S. products are going to officially take affect. Each country is trying to hit the other where it hurts the most. As the U.S. is mostly slapping tariffs on technology and cars, China has done so with U.S. made agricultural products. The logic for the U.S. […]

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More Jobs Than Workers?

All across America business seems to be on the rise. Despite the fact that some sectors have slowed down in the past couple of years like retail stores who have had to battle with online marketplaces. Still, the private sector opened up around 170,000 jobs in June alone, slightly little below the expert predictions of […]

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