The chatter around secession is not unusual. Every country has had its time with the idea. Russia, China, India, Pakistan, Middle East, European Union, and African countries.
The list is, for all practical purposes, is an endless one.
But what is unusual is the number of Americans who believe this…
A few years ago, when the world was still smitten by Elon Musk, he was incessantly compared to Steve Jobs.
In part because Steve Jobs had left the world, and we wanted an icon to lead us into the future. …
Donald Trump was booed this Sunday again "after revealing in an appearance with former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly that he got a Covid booster shot."
The boos were as loud as it was in Alabama a few months ago when he asked his supporters to get vaccinated. …
Cruz says he's next in line to secure the 2024 GOP presidential nomination
Ted Cruz is the worst 2024 GOP Presidential primary candidate.
He will be worse than Rick Santorum.
Ted Cruz is so bad because he has no idea when to stand up, how long to stand up, and…
The economy is doing much better than Biden’s legislative agenda
Consumption in the United States is growing so fast that it is crushing the global supply chains, reconfiguring international trade, and increasing the price of goods worldwide. U.S. consumers are driving the global supply chain meltdown.
Wall Street Journal tried…
Goldman Sachs’ downgrade of the U.S. economy proves opposition to BBB is full of overflowing non-sense.
For days, I was scratching my head trying to figure out why Joe Manchin would oppose child tax credit.
It made no sense whatsoever.
Lawmakers should be henceforth called lawbreakers.
Republicans and Democrats struggle every day to find common ground. Still, they stand united in breaking the back of the “Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act” (STOCK) signed into law by President Barack Obama.
The STOCK Act "prohibits the use of non-public information for…