Obama Hack Judge Rules Trump Must Deliver Private Financial Records

By CCN: In a brazen but unsurprising move last week, Democrats issued a subpoena to accounting firm Mazars USA for eight years’ worth of Donald Trump’s financial records. It should thus come as no surprise that Barack Obama judicial appointee U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta refused to grant Donald Trump’s request that the subpoena be quashed. Dem’s Entire Platform Is to Destroy Trump These are more layers to the partisan hackery of congressional Democrats who have abandoned any responsibility to the American people. Rather than work with Republicans to find…

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I HEAR Dead People! Will Embarrassing ‘Sixth Sense’ Gaffe Sink Joe Biden?

By CCN: The non-stop cringe parade that is the Joe Biden presidential campaign took another embarrassing turn at a recent fundraiser when in true “Sixth Sense” fashion the former vice president accidentally revealed that he not only sees dead people but talks to them too. Joe Biden: Margaret Thatcher Told Me She Doesn’t Like Trump This latest track in Biden’s greatest gaffes playlist involved mixing up U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May with former PM Margaret Thatcher while name-dropping foreign leaders that he claims have shared with him their concerns about…

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If Trump Repeals Obamacare, He Owes US Taxpayers a $2 Trillion Refund

By CCN: President Donald Trump’s Justice Department recently recommended that a federal appeals court strike down all of Obamacare. A petition has been filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. If Trump (finally) succeeds in repealing the disastrous legislation, he owes taxpayers a $2 trillion refund. The renewed assault on Barack Obama‘s signature legislative victory represents a major change for Trump’s administration. Originally, the president repealed the mandate that required individuals who didn’t obtain health insurance to pay a tax penalty at the end of each…

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Despite Trump Jabs, Fed Rate Hikes May Be the Dow’s Saving Grace

Complaining about the Federal Reserve’s approach to monetary policy has been one of President Donald Trump’s favorite activities. However, as talk of recession picks up after a temporary inversion of the yield curve, Jerome Powell’s hawkish approach will be a tremendous asset to the U.S. globally. Meaningful stimulus can help put a floor under the Dow Jones as most of the developed world is stuck on interest rates around zero. No One Should Be Excited by a Fed “Pause” Trump was always the market-friendly candidate, but his decision to increase…

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Request for Documents in Latest Trump Probe Comes Up Short

A request for documents as part of an ongoing probe into the Trump administration has come up relatively empty-handed. No One Feels Like Talking The probe is headed by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, who sent document requests to 81 separate agencies as a means of investigating “alleged obstruction of justice, public corruption and other abuses of power by President Trump.” The deadline for submitting related documents was last Monday, yet only eight of the contacted agencies provided responses. Earlier this week, Nadler stated that his request for information…

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Not Feeling the Bern? US Voters Turned Off By Socialists, Want President Under Age 40 in Blow to Bernie Sanders

A new NBC/WSJ poll has revealed what Americans don’t want as president – a socialist or a septuagenarian over 75. Unfortunately for Democrats, their two front-runners each possess at least one of those two qualities. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, 77, is an avowed socialist, according to Bloomberg. Though former vice president Joe Biden is yet to declare his candidacy, he is 76. Specifically, the poll found that only 37 percent of the respondents found a presidential candidate over 75 desirable. Majority of voters, in fact, indicated they would be enthusiastic or…

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The Socialist Politics of Envy: What the World Can Learn from Nigeria’s Unfolding Disaster

Africa’s most populated country and the world’s 26th largest economy is heading for a meltdown as a direct result of envy politics. It was an election between a multimillionaire pro-business candidate seen as part of the establishment and a self-proclaimed hero of the masses who railed against corrupt elites and promised to fight for the little guy. While this may seem to be the story of pretty much every election nowadays since the shock victory of Donald Trump in 2016, the results of Nigeria’s recent elections contain a very important…

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Ethereum Slayers 2.0: Crypto’s Usual Suspects, or New Kids on the Blockchain?

Whenever a new blockchain platform launched between 2017 and 2018, it was inevitably heralded as a future replacement for the largest, most successful cryptocurrency platform of all. In short, it came bearing the name of Ethereum Killer. Those prophecies turned out to be premature, and by 2019 the hit that’s been put out on Ethereum is still waiting to be cashed. A year is a long time in the crypto space, and many would argue that the lineup of possible contenders for Ethereum’s throne has changed already. New upstarts have…

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