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Canada housing regulators are now warning of a housing bubble. The US is seeing the echo housing bubble of 2008. The central bankers need more debt pushed out, so those student's with student loans will now be able to purchase homes by changing the rules.
Income inequality is a natural by-product of capitalism. So why is everybody so mad?
Yeah, I know. He calls himself a Republican.
But we all know, he has to go!
HUNGARIAN prime minister Viktor Orban this afternoon gave eurocrats and MEPs an extraordinary verbal battering as he let rip over the bloc’s “absurd” meddling in his country’s internal affairs.
The firebrand leader tore into Brussels during a jaw-dropping speech to the EU parliament in Brussels, in which he accused euro representatives of being “prejudiced” against his country.
If the Prime Minister is made to testify, all bets are off.
In possibly the most bizarre behavior that many of us are likely to see from a supposed Democratic government, a Government official has asked Facebook to begin taking down “Fake News” faster and faster because people who use it as a news source “might be misled”.
Globalization and the growing trend of traveling have increased the number of people traveling to foreign countries each year. This growing trend has brought with it increased GDP growth due to tourism spending. While some countries receive more visitors than others, not all countries rely on their tourism industries to the same extent.
Danny Gold for Liberty Writers reports, Today Rex Tillerson proved to the world that he has no great love for Russia by laying out an ultimatum that would shake even Putin to the core. The State Department revealed that in a late-night call Secretary Tillerson made his demands.
Like so many other high-flying Silicon Valley startups, Clinkle was supposed to ‘make the world a better place’.
Founded in 2011 by a guy barely out of his teens, the company picked up early buzz after proclaiming they would disrupt mobile payments. Or something.
Although boasting impressive numbers for his debut program in his new time slot, Fox News host Tucker Carlson came just short of matching Bill O’Reilly’s final numbers prior to his departure.
Caitlyn Jenner says she would consider running for public office
More video has just been released which proves that Planned Parenthood has been selling off aborted baby parts to the highest bidder. The crimes against humanity that Planned Parenthood is committing are off the charts, and yet nobody ever goes to jail, and the federal government keeps on giving them about half a billion dollars a year.
Marine Le Pen is not out of the race for the French presidency by any stretch. Le Pen embarrassed pretty boy Emmanuel Macron in his home town today.
Macron was visiting a Whirlpool clothes dryer plant that was closing in Amiens in northern France in an attempt to smooth over his image of a snooty, private school upbringing that rocketed the young man to socialist Economics minister at age 36.
Poorer voters in small-town France have flocked to Le Pen.
While Macron calmly met with union reps from the factory, Le Pen suddenly appeared unannounced at the factory gates and posed with picketing workers. The event was covered live on most French TV news channels.
In a recent Gallup poll, 62% of Americans now believe that the media favors the democratic party over the republican party, and 55% of Americans believe that our news organizations are often inaccurate.
Senior White House official says U.S. looking at putting North Korea on list of state sponsors of terrorism
US ad revenues collapse. Twitter cuts costs to manage its decline.
Once again President Trump proves that he is a man of his word. Earlier today, the leader of the free world announced a wonderful tax plan that will provide tremendous aid to individuals and small businesses alike. The new tax plan consists of the following: lower individual income tax rates, a reduction in business rates, one time tax on overseas profits, a new territorial tax system, tax break for child care costs, and the repeal of the Alternative Minimum Tax. The President’s new tax plan is in great alignment with his written proposals on tax reforms in his 2015 book ‘Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again’.
Have you ever wondered how tech companies that have been losing hundreds of millions of dollars year after year can somehow be worth billions of dollars according to the stock market?
Dismantling the old saw that it can’t happen in Canada.
Its about time! Someone needs to fight back, sue them all!.
The question now being asked, years too late: How will this end?
The bloodletting among Tesla shorts has become legendary.
French Presidential candidate Marine Le Pen says she is temporarily stepping down as head of her National Front party. She is still in the race, just attempting to distance herself a bit more from her party to broaden her appeal. The May 7 run-off between herself and Emmanuel Macron, will be interesting for it is a test of how strong the populist movement has become.
America’s working class is falling further behind.
President Trump has just unveiled his tax plan, and so far it sounds good to me!
President Donald Trump unveiled his tax plan with the following points:
Proposal to slash corporate taxes,
Tweak personal tax rates,
Eliminate most deductions used by more affluent Americans,
The plan was announced by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn during a White House press briefing.
Mnuchin and Cohn said the plan would include “the biggest tax cut” in US history.
Mnuchin told THE HILL that the White House and congressional leaders wanted to pass the bill “as quickly as possible.”
It sounds quite good to me, and I hope I am reading it the right way….all the signs say “good for the American people.”
Consumer confidence stumbles and stock market soars. J Crew letting 150 employees go. Housing prices surge in the 20 bubble cities and new home sales surge according to the government.
Nigel Farage’s party, UKIP, are going into the UK General Election on June 8th focusing on an “Integration Strategy”. The third party of British politics will be asking voters to back policies that even just a few years ago would have been dismissed out of hand.
It’s good advice, but I doubt it will be heeded. Brownshirts gonna brownshirt.
Last week I ran into a friend whom I’d been worrying about. He’s a real estate appraiser and his work had been drying up as interest rates rose and homeowners stopped refinancing their mortgages.
But now he’s back to being happily swamped because instead of refinancing, everyone is buying — often, he says, for above the asking price.
Going from investment banking to the presidency is very unusual. I don't think it has ever happened in France. Or the US for that matter. It's viewed as a major faux pas. Not to mention this was directly a Rothschild bank.
Federal Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schäuble of Germany is starting to show signs of rebellion against the elite in Brussels. With the event of BREXIT, the EU is more concerned about trying to punish Britain than they are in reflecting upon what is going so terribly wrong. They will throw their support behind Macron in France fearing that a Le Pen win may be the end of Brussels.
Until the system implodes--you're a genius.
So you've ridden the markets higher--stocks, housing, commercial real estate, bat guano, quatloos, you name it--everything you touch turns to gold. What can we say, bucko, other than you're a genius!
Establishment change is occurring on a grand scale. Some of it is being manipulated into existence by loosely-allied élites, and some of it by previously accepting citizens led to doubt the ongoing cultural narrative. As this process unfolds, infuriating predictability exists alongside disturbingly unexpected policy reversal. What are we to make of it?
Last night Trump called an emergency meeting and summoned members of the senate to review strategies for confronting the Kim Jong-Un in North Korea. But the question is how will the markets respond to a new front opening up in Asia if the matter goes hot?
The Gaurdian dropped a bombshell of a health report on Thursday. Researchers working on the Farmingham heart study, which has tracked the health of thousands of residents from Farmingham Massachusetts since 1948, discovered a correlation between the consumption of artificial sweeteners and several serious health conditions. Apparently, drinking a diet soda every day may triple your risk of dementia, Alzheimer’s, and stroke.
Bose Corp spies on its wireless headphone customers by using an app that tracks the music, podcasts and other audio they listen to, and violates their privacy rights by selling the information without permission, a lawsuit charged.
The complaint filed on Tuesday by Kyle Zak in federal court in Chicago seeks an injunction to stop Bose's "wholesale disregard" for the privacy of customers who download its free Bose Connect app from Apple Inc or Google Play stores to their smartphones.