Some might call this a ‘handyman’s dream’ while others might just call for a bulldozer.
The acquittal is only one part. Jobs data, economic data, and Americans’ outlook on the future are all pointing to a Trump victory.
The average unemployment rate during President Trump’s first term is the lowest of any President in recorded history.
“Today’s average satisfaction is roughly on par with the level of the early 2000s”—which means it is higher than it was at any time during the last years of the Bush presidency and all of Obama’s presidency
“Do not bring with you the thing that’s causing you to flee those states. Come to the land of freedom…Don’t blow it when you come here.”
President Donald Trump trumpets the achievements of the U.S. economy, blasts ‘radical socialists’ to business and economic leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, the former union official who authored California’s job-killing AB 5, reportedly promised a legislative fix to exempt certain “gig workers.”
At the urging of unions and progressives, California lawmakers passed AB 5 earlier this year to clamp down on employers ‘misclassifying’ workers. Predictably, the “landmark legislation” is not fixing the gig economy, it’s starting to kill it.
An Elizabeth Warren presidency could be a disaster for investors—which includes middle-class Americans with 401[k]s and pensions.
Fifty years ago, long before Al Gore and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez became the present-day faces for climate-change alarmism, ‘intellectuals’ were predicting that sea levels could rise ten feet by the year 2000 and put New York City and Washington, D.C. underwater.