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Ever since Reagan, Republicans have only cared about two things: tax cuts for the rich and increased spending for the military.
Sometimes stocks fall because of bad news, sometimes they fall because of good news, and other times they fall because of no news at all. The last week has been some combination of the last two.
Democracy depends on whether we follow both the written and unwritten rules of politics. We don't do that anymore.
For years, economist Marvin Goodfriend, a Trump Fed nominee, has insisted that hypothetical inflation is a bigger concern than actual unemployment.
Extremism in defense of a leader is no virtue.
There are bubbles, there are bad investments, and then there's dogecoin.
Bitcoin is only the future if you think 1789 wasn't in the past.
If you want to succeed in business, there's one thing, just one thing, you need to do.
The fake news is coming from inside the White House.
Something’s out of whack when Jimmy John’s sandwich chain makes its workers promise not to go to any competitor for at least two years.