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International advisor warns: Expect more companies to quit US

George Prior  Living standards, jobs and long-term economic growth are at risk because an increasing number of United States firms are likely to relocate overseas due to America’s current “uncompetitive and anti-business” corporation tax rate, warns the boss of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organizations. The prediction from Nigel Green, the founder […] Continue reading →

The Brilliance of Obamanomics?

Michael Schaus  Brace yourself… Skepticism, doubt and criticism of Obamanomics (all of which are, undoubtedly, based in racism) will be cast aside. Why? Because, according to the 20-something-year-old White House intern that is in charge of the official White House twitter account, “Our businesses have added nearly 10 million new jobs over the past 52 […] Continue reading →

Has Citizenship Jumped The Shark?

Derek Hunter  Growing up, I was – as I assume you were – inundated with lists of “the benefits of citizenship.” The list was long and capped, naturally, by the fact the United States was the best, strongest, freest nation on the planet. Being an American was a source of pride. But is it still? […] Continue reading →

Microsoft to lay off 18,000

 Microsoft (MSFT) announced Thursday in a memo from CEO Satya Nadella that it will cut a total of 18,000 jobs in the next year. The action is more than triple the company’s 2009 elimination of 5,800 positions. Last year’s acquisition of Nokia’s handset business brought the number of employees up from 99,000 to 127,000. Microsoft […] Continue reading →

Democrats’ Record of Failure

Reince Priebus  In a recent Politico op-ed as detached from reality as her political views, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz wrote, “Come November, voters will have a choice between a Democratic Party trying to fix our nation’s problems and a Republican Party interested only in standing in our way.” I’d like to know what Democratic […] Continue reading →

Anti-Gunners Kill More Jobs with Bloomberg-Style Laws

Michael Schaus  America’s largest shotgun manufacturer has decided to move more of its business to the Republic of Texas. The news that O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc. chose not to expand their business in Connecticut shouldn’t really come as a surprise. States that have zealously pursued more restrictive gun control policies have seen their historically […] Continue reading →

Obama is Encouraging Illegal Immigration When We Can’t Take Care Of Our Own Citizens?

 For years, the Obama administration has been making it abundantly clear that it is a friend of illegal immigrants.  Border security is a joke, the federal government refuses to go after “sanctuary cities” even though they are breaking federal law, there is a website that instructs immigrants how to sign up for welfare programs once they arrive […] Continue reading →

The Stolen Job Myth

Jeff Jacoby,  IF ANYONE ought to appreciate the power of immigration to stimulate employment, it is America’s energetic anti-immigration advocates, whose jobs wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the influx of immigrants they spend their days seeking to curtail. Then again, appreciating anything about immigration — least of all the ironies of our endless debate […] Continue reading →

Obama: Congress obstructs, so I act alone

 WASHINGTON  — President Barack Obama says he’ll keep acting on his own as long as congressional Republicans block his economic agenda. In his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama says he has moved to attract jobs, raise workers’ wages and help students pay off loans because Republican obstructionism is keeping the system rigged against the […] Continue reading →

Dr. Ben Carson By the Numbers

Inside the Numbers of 2016′s Biggest Sleeper Candidate Dismiss Dr. Ben Carson at your own risk. You can’t blame the media for not paying a lot of attention to Carson’s potential 2016 run for President. There are so many potential candidates on the Republican side it’s hard to whittle down who the top contenders are. […] Continue reading →