Violence. Rioting. Looting. Economic collapse and civil unrest. This isn’t a dystopian movie plot, but something else according to an economist with a good track record for prognostication: America’s dark future.

 

 

International Monetary Fund boss Christine Lagarde wants more of your taxpayer dollars, a lot more power for the IMF on the world stage, and a bigger voice for other largely autocratic members of the global outfit at the expense of the U.S. government’s influence. To get it, however, Lagarde first needs a reluctant U.S. Congress to approve a deeply controversial “reform” package being advanced by globalists, the Obama administration, the Council on Foreign Relations, and tyrants of various varieties around the world.

“Don’t let anyone tell that, ah, you know, it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs,” Hillary Clinton proclaimed to loud applause at a political rally in Boston on October 24. 

“You know that old theory — trickle-down economics,” she continued. “That has been tried. That has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly.”

There are lessons to be learned from the divergent rankings of states based on their tax policies, and New York Governor Cuomo is starting to apply some of them.

The delay in approving the final leg of the Keystone XL pipeline is unncessarily costing property damage and lives.

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