Trade War

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Only Donald Trump Could Make Democrats Complain About Higher “Federal Taxes”

Higher taxation by the left is a message. It says you are an idiot. Too stupid to know how to spend the wages you earn. And since you can’t do it right, you are forcing them to take your money and do the right thing with it. So, for Democrats to complain about higher taxes …

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US vs China trade war

“It is vulnerable [to a trade war] because it is a much poorer country with more fragile political institutions.”

So from this Op-Ed by Bill O’Brien on Trump’s Trade actions, one of our regular commentors left this (reformatted, emphasis mine): Where I work, we’ve been told we will not get raises this year because of the tariffs impacting the bottom line. they also said that the upcoming election was part of it. I asked “why …

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Winning?

Reformatted, emphasis mine: In its third round of tariff cuts this year, China announced that 700 more goods will have tariffs cut. Bloomberg reports: China announced another round of tariff cuts, lowering import taxes on more than 700 goods from Jan. 1 as part of its efforts to open up the economy and lower costs for domestic …

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Donald Trump Is Winning the Trade War With China

Donald Trump is winning the trade war with China. That’s what they are saying. Who? Who is saying that? What crazy “right-wing mouthpiece” is peddling that blather? Munich-based EocnPol Europe, that’s who. In a paper titled ‘Who is Paying for the Trade War with China,’ they report that it’s not Americans. It is Chinese Exporters who are …

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Trade Wars and Revolving Doors

Mike Rogers joins me to explore Trump’s revolving door at the White House (Not such a bad thing). Then it’s on to the political establishment’s reaction to steel and aluminum tariffs. Good, bad, the analysis might surprise you. Check out the original blog post for more ways to listen.