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COMMENTARY: With populism on the rise, are we losing our shared community?

The “elites and government have lost touch with the common person” is an emerging refrain worldwide to explain recent “disruptive” events. You hear it in the U.K. 842 more words

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Eugene Robinson: Kowtowing only strengthens 'Vladimir the Great' – Rocky Mount Telegram

President Trump is succeeding wildly in one clear, if unannounced, objective: to Make Russia Great Again.

Trump’s summit in Helsinki with Russian President Vladimir Putin went a long way toward achieving Putin’s most cherished goal, which is to return his vast and complicated nation to the exalted geopolitical status it long enjoyed as part of the Soviet Union. 70 more words

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NFL Anthem Protests: President Trump Wants Players "Out For Season/No Pay"

President Donald Trump weighed in once again on the National Football League national anthem policy today, calling for harsh measures if players refuse to stand at attention during the song’s performance before games. 534 more words

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Trump poised to take control of the Federal Reserve to stop economic crash

  • President Trump sharply criticized the Federal Reserve this week, saying interest rate increases are hurting the economy.
  • Trump will have the opportunity to fashion the central bank in the image he would like as he has four vacancies to fill on the board of governors.
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In the executive and judicial branches, Trump appointees will advance ever more severe conservative principles

By Matthew E. Milliken
July 20, 2018

When the history of Donald Trump’s presidential administration is written, a chapter will likely be devoted to Scott Pruitt’s feckless reign over the Environmental Protection Agency. 506 more words


Federal Reserve wants “Trump crash" through interest rate hikes, kept Obama's rates close to zero

Under Obama, the Federal Reserve kept the interest rates close to zero percent since the 2008 financial crisis. U.S. stocks have risen over the past seven years, but the Fed… 222 more words