After doing “some research,” Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh changed her mind and her position on a bill that would raise the city's minimum wage to $15 an hour, saying instead that “I am vetoing this bill.”

VIDEO - Why are the 99% being left behind in the economy? Tom Eddlem investigates with his latest cover story for The New American. Tom talks about reasons as to why the bottom 99% of the United States is staying stagnant, while the top 1% are flourishing.
VIDEO - Expect the European Central Bank to take a page from the Federal Reserve in the near future. Bill Jasper reports specifically on what to look for, such as bond buying, quantitative easing, suppressing interest rates, and increasing inflation.
VIDEO - Tom Eddlem, writer for The New American, gives a contrast between Australia's economy and the United States'. From extensive research, he describes why some economies grow and others don’t due to contributing factors such as national debts, national savings, and GDP.
VIDEO - In this video, The New American magazine's Alex Newman explains what a yuuuge (or huge) service GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump performed by exposing the Federal Reserve and its manipulation of the economy. From touting gold and sound money, to highlighting the damage done by artificially low interest rates and Fed stock-market intervention, Trump has hit on some of the key reasons why this shadowy institution is so dangerous and harmful to America.

Seattle, Los Angeles, and many other cities are passing minimum-wage laws; however, history has shown that wages and prices should be set by the free market, not by government.

The Federal Reserve’s annual Wyoming symposium has sent ominous signals that the world’s top central bankers will be unleashing global QE — and more raids on savers, taxpayers.

After Minnesota raised its minimum wage, a café owner added a $.35 "minimum wage" fee to all customer orders to cover the added cost. 

The announcement July 30 that the economy grew at a four-percent annual rate for the second quarter of 2014 has financial analysts wondering if the Federal Reserve Bank will end earlier than expected the “quantitative easing” and interest rate suppression it has engaged in since 2008.

This is a setup from the start. The rail line will never make money, so it's being funded with gifts in the hopes that taxpayers can be gulled into paying for its expansion in the future.

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