On November 2, the day President Obama signed a bill suspending the federal government’s $18.1-trillion debt limit until March 15, 2017, the total national debt jumped $339 billion.
Walmart's stock selloff has nothing to do with a perceived declining U.S. economy, but everything to do with serving customers.
Yes, yet another UN summit, in this year of unending global summits, where globalists, the UN’s self-important corrupt bureaucrats, and some of the world’s worst butchers and dictators can pose as humanitarian saviors.
Come January, California's new “equal pay” law will serve nicely as additional incentive for more California companies to leave the state.
Americans who study the subject realize that the redrawing of national boundaries and domestic legal processes completed in secret this week by the globalists sitting around the TPP negotiating table in Atlanta is an attack on American laws, American courts, American freedom of expression, American sovereignty, and the American Constitution.
One could say that ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft are restoring normalcy to an abnormal market.
Investors in the stock of Glencore, the giant commodities mining and trading company, lost almost a third of their portfolios’ value on Monday.