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Christmas kindness: ’Tis the Season to Make America Hate Again

Daniel J. Flynn, The American Spectator Love is all you need — not! “Resistance means repetition,” Keith Olbermann says of the looming Donald Trump presidency. “Humiliate him, humiliate him every day, and those who support him.”  People intent on humiliating others end up humiliating themselves. Police arrested a Greenville, Mississippi, parishioner of the Hopewell Missionary

Trump Said to Discuss Treasury Post With Blackstone’s Gray

President-elect Donald Trump discussed the possibility of naming Blackstone Group LP’s Jon Gray as Treasury secretary during a half-hour meeting the two held Sunday, according to people familiar with the events. Gray, 46, a billionaire who oversees real estate at the world’s biggest manager of alternative assets, is a Democrat who financially supported Hillary Clinton

Trump will be a consensus builder who can help fix Washington and improve the economy

Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said the strong rally in U.S. stocks since Donald Trump captured the White House last week might be overdone, but that investors can expect the president-elect to be a consensus builder who can help fix Washington and improve the economy. “When it runs up like this, I scale off a

Trump Reassures Donors He Won’t Try to Oust Ryan or McConnell

Coal industry executives Joe and Kelly Craft say they’re pleased with the Republican nominee’s promise to keep party leaders in their jobs. Donald Trump has pitched himself as an insurgent who will upend Washington, but he is privately telling big donors that he’s committed to keeping the two most senior establishment Republicans in their congressional

Millennials Mired in Wealth Gap as Older Americans Gain: Economy

The damage inflicted on U.S. households by the collapse of the housing market and recession wasn’t evenly distributed. Just ask Jason and Jessica Alinen. The couple, who live near Seattle, declared bankruptcy in 2011 when the value of the house they then owned plunged to less than $200,000 from the $349,000 they paid for it