By David Malcolm The time of stopgap funding and shutdown threats might be over for a couple of years as Senate leaders close in on a two-year bipartisan budget deal that will deal with the debt ceiling and see military and domestic funding increase. If it passes through Congress and
By David Malcolm It’s hard to tell which Trump is worse: the one who Tweets his mind constantly or the one who sticks to a script. The former is bad enough, but there’s something unsettling about Trump sticking to a pre-arranged script because it feels like he could go off
By Waldo Butters Walmart announced that they will be raising their starting wages to $11.00 per hour and handing out bonuses up to $1000 to its employees. They, of course, credit this to the tax legislation that was recently passed that slashed the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%.
By Darrell Roberts Welcome to the second piece in the series that seeks to answer: Is the President of the United States using his office as a means to raise his profits? To read the inaugural series article Despite a lack of transparency on his own taxes, President Trump recently signed a new
By David Malcolm After a tense back-and-forth, Congress has finally managed to pass through one of the most significant overhauls in the US tax code since Ronald Reagan. After a brief interlude where the bill was sent back to the House due to provisions that violated budget rules, the House
By Darrell Roberts Welcome to “The Chronicles of Trumpenomics” which seeks answers that President Donald J. Trump remains unwilling to provide, his economics. Perhaps, President Trump may need to be reminded; he is elected by We The People. In fairness to Trump, he was elected by We the Electoral College, as