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Could You Pass The Marshmallow Test?
This post Could You Pass The Marshmallow Test? appeared first on Daily Reckoning. “And why you’ll probably need an extra $250k...” The post Could You Pass The Marshmallow Test? appeared first on Daily
In December, Donald Trump and congressional Republicans passed large tax cuts, without bothering to pay for them. Less than two months later, they reached a budget deal with Democrats that increased
Social Security “Steals” $131.8 Million From Widows…
This post Social Security “Steals” $131.8 Million From Widows… appeared first on Daily Reckoning. “There are about 25 million IRA accounts in the United States...” The post Social Security “Steals”
Trump Prohibits U.S. Purchases of Venezuelan Cryptocurrency
President Donald Trump banned U.S. purchases of a cryptocurrency the Venezuelan government is rolling out.
What Happened to Irish America?
Declaring March Irish Heritage Month, President Trump paid tribute to “the tremendous role Irish immigrants and their descendants have played in the development of our great nation.” It was a
Koch Group Adds $4 Million to Missouri, Indiana Attack Ads
The political network backed by billionaires Charles and David Koch is planning to step up its advertising to unseat Democratic Senators Claire McCaskill of Missouri and Joe Donnelly of Indiana.
Trump Faces Prospect of Embarrassing GOP Loss in Pennsylvania
President Donald Trump and the Republican Party are being forced to put their political muscle into the race for a Pennsylvania House seat that should be theirs for the taking.
Is Your State Taxing You to Death?
This post Is Your State Taxing You to Death? appeared first on Daily Reckoning. “It’s amazing how far apart various states are in terms of personal income tax rates...” The post Is Your State Taxing
U.S. Sues California to Void Immigrant Protection Laws
The U.S. Justice Department sued California, escalating a war over the Trump administration’s crackdown on undocumented immigration.
How Governments and Banks Track Your Every Move
This post How Governments and Banks Track Your Every Move appeared first on Daily Reckoning. “All citizens will be stamped with unique 12-digit numbers...” The post How Governments and Banks Track
China's Xi to Tighten Communist Party Grip on Economic Life
Chinese President Xi Jinping is preparing to extend a sweeping government overhaul, two people familiar with the matter said.
A Secret Form to Opt Out of Government Handouts
This post A Secret Form to Opt Out of Government Handouts appeared first on Daily Reckoning. “Some very small segments of the population are able to opt of the system.” The post A Secret Form to Opt
Trump Says He May Pull Immigration Enforcement From California
President Donald Trump said on Thursday he’s considering pulling federal immigration enforcement agents out of California, which declared itself a so-called sanctuary state.
Lyin' Ryan Blames Social Security And Medicare For Deficit
Lyin' Paul Ryan went on Faux News' Sunday Morning Futures and proudly declared that, if he gets his way, the poor, the elderly and the disabled will have no future. Somehow doing it with a straight
Happy Presidents’ Day! Meet the five most underrated American presidents
The institution of the presidency’s had a bad year. With a few exceptions, Donald Trump makes all of his predecessors look good. There was a time when the President of the United States did not spend
Mueller Says Russians Used PayPal to Buy Facebook Ads
A sophisticated campaign by Russian actors seeking to manipulate the 2016 election included stealing the identities of Americans and using accounts at PayPal to aid their effort.
Trump Calls for Action on Mental Health After Shooting, Gives No Specifics
President Donald Trump said that the nation should take unspecified action on mental health issues on Thursday.
This Far-Right Italian Politician Is Relying on Social Media to Spread Her Message
Giorgia Meloni’s party commands just 5 percent support in polls, but her Italy-first message is resonating with voters.
The Big Budget Deal Isn’t Irresponsible
The ink had barely dried on the bipartisan budget agreement that President Donald Trump signed last week before Washington Post opinion page editor Fred Hiatt, self-appointed arbiter of how much money
Trump’s budget cuts Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security, breaking core campaign promise
When he began his presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to “save Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security without cuts.” This is a promise, however, President Trump would like to break. Trump’s