Roger Stone, former Trump adviser, claims Cabinet members are plotting to remove the president

Some members of President Trump’s own Cabinet have discussed plans to remove him from the White House, according to Roger Stone, Mr. Trump’s former presidential campaign adviser. Mr. Stone claimed during a recent interview aired on C-SPAN that he heard that some members of Mr. Trump’s administration have weighed whether they can invoke the 25th Amendment… Please follow and like us:

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Trump’s pick would violate consumer bureau independence: Lawsuit

President Trump’s move to put one of his own top lieutenants as the government’s top Wall Street cop would violate the independence of the agency, the man’s competitor for the job said in legal papers filed early Monday morning. Leandra English is trying to cement her position as acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau… Please follow and like us:

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To really cut middle class taxes, fix the Social Security tax rate

WASHINGTON, October 13, 2017 – President Trump has proposed a massive tax cut designed to stimulate the American economy with the goal of increasing economic growth to 4 percent annually. His proposal will simplify the tax code as well as bring tax relief to all Americans, especially those in the middle class. Middle class Americans pay… Please follow and like us:

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Energy, trade, regulations: All connected

Candidate Trump laid out a four-point program of tax reform, trade reform, regulatory reform and energy reform for jump-starting the American economy. President Trump is making good on his promise, though you’d never know it by watching corporate media fake news: He’s put forward a proposal for reforming our stultifying, byzantine tax code. He withdrew from… Please follow and like us:

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Republican tax reform plan heartens small business owners

Small business owners are increasingly hopeful they won’t get left out in the cold in tax reform, and say they feel encouraged by lawmakers’ prioritizing relief both for larger corporations and for such smaller companies that are often subjected to even higher tax rates. “Now more than ever, the conversation is about small business,” said Joseph… Please follow and like us:

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New Trump EO imposes harsh economic quarantine on Rocket Man

WASHINGTON, September 21, 2017 – As U.S. stocks continued to wobble in negative territory Thursday in response to Wednesday’s relatively stiff Fed comments on bonds and interest rates, President Trump added a new headline risk for traders and investors today with an Executive Order aimed at further cramping North Korea’s nuclear shenanigans. Major averages closed modestly… Please follow and like us:

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The media’s silent killer: Trump Hypertensive Unexplained Disorder

WASHINGTON, September 18, 2017 – There’s little doubt Donald Trump’s war with the press put him in good stead with a majority of Americans during the 2016 presidential campaign. And since inauguration day, President Trump has continued his war of words with the media in a simple and unfiltered way on Twitter. President Donald Trump tweeting.… Please follow and like us:

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Technology jobs should stay in America

Today up to one-third of all U.S. companies outsource work abroad to save money. Keep in mind there are plenty of hidden expenses with offshore outsourcing, and they add up quickly. Vendor contracts can be complicated and expensive to terminate, and in addition to paying salaries overseas, U.S. businesses still need local managers on hand to… Please follow and like us:

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Donald Trump targets rich in tax reform

With President Trump demanding quick action on tax reform, Republican leaders on Capitol Hill said Wednesday that they will release a full framework by month’s end and hope to set an aggressive schedule that would put a massive package on Mr. Trump’s desk by year’s end. But Mr. Trump may have complicated those efforts when he… Please follow and like us:

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Trashing Trump: Broadcast coverage of the president now 91% negative, say analysts

The trash talk, criticism and negative narratives continue. Much of the news media continues to offer coverage which is both hostile and biased against President Trump and his administration. Case in point: a wide-reaching new study from the Media Research Center finds that 91 percent of the recent coverage which aired on ABC, CBS and NBC… Please follow and like us:

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Trump cuts deal with Schumer, Pelosi, agrees to raise debt limit

President Trump and congressional Democrats on Wednesday did what Washington does best, striking a deal to boost borrowing and spending in order to keep the government running and to speed disaster relief to Texas and Florida. Mr. Trump struck the deal with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer at a… Please follow and like us:

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Feds Push Ahead With Border Wall Despite Funding Questions

Despite uncertainly over funding, Customs and Border Protection officials have awarded contracts for border wall prototypes to four companies. The companies will be tasked with presenting designs for a reinforced concrete wall that is 18 to 30 feet high. The designs will allow officials to evaluate the proposals for new designs that could complement the wall… Please follow and like us:

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Next collective Democrat ‘no’? Tax cuts

WASHINGTON – Democratic lawmakers have been the party of “no” of late. “No” to a border wall. “No” to health-care reform, “no” to judicial nominees, “no” to just about everything President Trump proposes. After all, that’s what they promised when he was elected. And their next target? It’s likely tax reform, despite overwhelming evidence that changes… Please follow and like us:

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CEO Resignations From Trump Business Councils Undermines Efforts To Grow The U.S. Economy

CEO Resignations From Trump Business Councils Reveal Leaders’ “True Colors” Liberal Grandstanding and Cronyism Seen as Undermining Efforts to Grow Economy, Create Jobs Recent CEO resignations from the Trump Administration’s business councils are being criticized by the nation’s leading conservative shareholder activists as being short-sighted and political. The Free Enterprise Project (FEP) says the resignations, which… Please follow and like us:

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Fed, not Trump or Charlottesville, casting pall on stocks

WASHINGTON, August 17, 2017 – We’ve had a hard time disgorging daily columns this week due largely to the barrage of poor news, fake news and just plain weird news that has holiday-thinned Wall Street trading desks and individual investors alike in a tizzy. The best way to bring you up with our cause-and-effect point of… Please follow and like us:

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