Donald Trump. Joe Biden. November 3rd. As the clock ticks down to a highly anticipated election, we take a critical look at what the stakes are.
Michael Bloomberg. Self-made billionaire. Three-term New York mayor. Failed presidential candidate. How did it go so wrong for him?
The coronavirus is spreading faster than anyone anticipated. And the feds stand ready to print more money should the markets plummet further…
Is America doing as great as they say it is? Look a little closer at the numbers. We’re in the third longest, weakest growth period in U.S. history…
Depending on who’s on the ballot, Democrats and Republicans may have trouble voting party lines. Which political candidate should we go for?
Look at the hard numbers. President Trump’s economy is actually worse off than Obama’s…during a recession. How can that be?
Trump is beating his chest and hailing the return of American supremacy. But is this true? Look closer, and you’ll find an uglier picture.
The accumulation of debt is probably the greatest national security crisis in America. Why aren’t we talking about it more?
In the 1970s, interest rates fell, debt escalated, and inflation skyrocketed. Are we seeing a repeat of what’s come before?
When he left office in 1961, President Dwight Eisenhower had a grim warning: beware of the rise of an American military-industrial complex.
It’s finally happened: the United States and China have agreed to a ceasefire in the trade war. But is this arrangement really as good as it looks?
All eyes are on the Middle East now as tensions simmers between America and Iran. But should we be watching the Deep State instead?
The American government has assassinated Qassem Suleimani. But was he really a bad guy? Believe it or not, he was once an ally who helped us.
We’re hearing the familiar drumbeats of war in the Middle East once again. Who wins? Who loses? And, most of all, who prospers?