The mass-murdering communist dictatorship enslaving Vietnam is urging the U.S. government to join the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a pseudo-free trade regime that was set to ensnare a dozen nations around the Pacific rim under a single regional governance structure beyond the reach of voters. Blocked by President Donald Trump early in his presidency to fulfill one of his key campaign pledges, the TPP morphed into the nearly identical “free-trade” scheme known as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) signed by the remaining nations on March 8. But now, the effort to shackle America to the sovereignty-stealing “trade” regime is making a comeback, with senior U.S. officials and Trump making noises about potentially joining. And the murderous communist leaders of Vietnam, who just got a new round of U.S. military aid in the omnibus, could not be happier.
New claims for unemployment insurance dropped last week to the lowest level in 45 years, as the performance of the economy continues to astound Democrats and delight Republicans who voted for tax cuts and tax reform.
Remington Arms Company — America's oldest gun maker — will survive bankruptcy proceedings. Under new and more capable management it may even thrive.
Once Wall Street traders read beyond the headlines released early Wednesday morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, they reversed the early selloff and bid the market higher.
With Wall Street regaining its footing following the decline that started last Thursday, commentators in the mainstream media are still searching for the decline's cause.