The economy, like a fatigued athlele,  continues to revive through improved oxygenation.

One measure of how the U.S. economy continues to exceed expectations is the Economic Surprise Index published by Citigroup, which is used to measure how the economy compares to those expectations. At the moment at least, it reflects the ebullience reported elsewhere.

 

 

 

Nearly everyone knows about the recent fight between boxer Floyd Mayweather and mixed martial artist Conor McGregor. What people may not know, and may never have even considered, are the tax consequences of the fight.

Any tax reform plan that does not “pay” for tax cuts with cuts in spending is just a waste of time.

VIDEO - On June 23 & 24, 2017, a "Red Pill" Expo was held in Bozeman, Montana by Freedom Force International.

Correspondent Alex Newman was invited to the event, and sat down with Robert Kiyosaki to talk about the economy.

Investors in high-yield bonds issued by small fracking companies are getting nervous.

VIDEO - In this video, The New American's foreign correspondent Alex Newman explains why governments, the United Nations, megabanks, and globalists are all waging a war on cash. Their goal is to create what they themselves call a "cashless society." And this nightmare, which will end your privacy, is being bankrolled with your tax dollars. More than a few Christian scholars have wondered whether Revelation and the prophecies about not being able to buy or sell without the "mark" are coming to pass. Privacy advocates, meanwhile, are sounding the alarm about the end of financial privacy, and its implications. In short, this "cashless society" may be the dream of globalists, governments, and megabanks, but it will be a nightmare for the rest of us.

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.”

When politicians interfered with Uber and Lyft and ran them off, they got a playing field at a much lower level, leaving customers cooling their heels at the airport.

 

 

 

VIDEO - Constitutional expert Robert Brown discusses possible directions towards abolishing the Federal Reserve. With the Federal Reserve's strong influence over the market, Brown sees abolishment as a needed gradual process within the states - starting by adopting gold and silver as legal tender once again.

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