Economic Policies include budget policies and jobs policies that maintain the value of the dollar and create a sound system of capitalism.

Sob Sisters Back In DC

Another Sob Sister

Think that Trump can cut any government spending without the sob sisters taking a shot at the cut. Take for example this fakenews put out by AOL: Without much warning, the Trump administration has gutted nearly $214 million from teen pregnancy prevention programs across the country. More than 80 organizations will lose Obama-era grants from the US Department of Health […]

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Climate Hoax

climate change hoax

The governments of Italy, France, and Germany Thursday flatly rejected U.S. President Donald Trump’s offer to renegotiate the Paris climate accord.  “We deem the momentum generated in Paris in December 2015 irreversible and we firmly believe that the Paris Agreement cannot be renegotiated, since it is a vital instrument for our planet, societies and economies,” the leaders of the three […]

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Saudis love Trump

Saudis

  We watched President Trump and First Lady Melania float though the Saudi’s like a fairy tail. They were treated like the King and Queen of the United States taking along CEOs from major defense contractors including Lockheed, Raytheon and others. The old King put a gold necklace gift around Trump’s neck as the President leaned forward to accept. After the pomp […]

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Pentagon

budget

How Trump Can Attack The Blood-Soaked, Money-Wasting Scandal Of How The Pentagon Develops Weapons.  PRESIDENT TRUMP has appointed Jared Kushner to head the new White House Office of American Innovation, which is charged with making the government more efficient. Its biggest challenge, by far, will be dealing with the Defense Department’s monstrously sclerotic weapons-procurement system, which has unnecessarily cost the […]

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Shutdown

Shutdown the government

Trump: The US government needs a good ‘shutdown’ if Senate rules don’t change President Donald Trump suggested that the United States needs a “shutdown” in September.  Congress is set to pass a bipartisan deal this week to fund the government through Sept. 30.  President Donald Trump on Tuesday appeared to call for a government shutdown later this year in response […]

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Trump’s Debt Idea

The federal debt’s $20 trillion, and the fastest growing part of it — entitlements (which make up 60% of all federal spending) — are surging as baby boomers retire in droves. Interest on all this red ink is piling up and rising interest rates are only going to make things worse. So Uncle Sam’s broke, right? That’s the common view.

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Continuing Resolution

The leaderless Congress and Senate are once again heading towards NO BUDGET and having to inact a CONTINUING RESOLUTION (CR) to keep from shutting the government down (which the BoycottLamestream.com #FakeMedia always blames the Republicans for).

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Trump saves $Billions

In First 2 Months in Office – Trump Reduces Debt by $100 Billion – Obama Increased Debt by $400 Billion – Half a Trillion Dollar Difference!

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WaPo #FakeNews

The WaPo in its latest #fakenews letter bashes the President’s budget proposal in typical democrat left wing banter.  According to the LibTards at WaPo it is impossible to ever cut spending anywhere in order to increase spending somewhere else.  It seems as though what’s left of the failing democrat party must have written this anti-Trump, anti-American rag of lies and false […]

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#FakeNews and #FakeArt

President Donald Trump made good on a long-time conservative goal in his first proposed budget Thursday morning, targeting the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities for complete elimination.  Trump’s budget would zero out the $445 million budget for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a relatively small source of funding for programming and broadcast […]

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