On the surface, the White House’s plan to rebuild America’s failing infrastructure looks like magic, and it relies heavily on the concept of “public-private partnerships” to fund the program.

Legislation making its way through the Alabama legislature would exempt gold and silver from state taxes, thereby facilitating the use of precious metals in commerce while ending what supporters of the legislation say is unfair treatment of dealers and investors. The implications — even if unintended — could be huge, supporters say. 

Tax reform and deregulation have unleashed an economic tsunami whose impact is impossible to estimate, such as that happening at ExxonMobil. 

A company move by Weatherby, a tiny but prestigious gun maker, sends a big message: People and businesses tend to move where they are treated best.

By putting "America First" through instigating a trade war, Trump is putting American consumers last. 

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