Get your FREE Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty right now With new job numbers far exceeding economist expectations, and unemployment at historic lows, will Americans go to the polls in November and vote to end this growth spurt? Or is the Democratic presidential nominee doomed before he’s nominated? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is […]
While President Trump says the economy is great, and the coming Chinese trade deal will be great, White House talk of a payroll tax cut lends credence to the media’s recession narrative. Democrats running for president in 2020 would love to neuter the incumbent’s best campaign issue. Could Trump turn the tide by lifting the punitive tariffs against China to boost the economy and bring much-needed relief to U.S. farmers?
Although the country is in a long-term economic growth phase, Fed data shows that middle-income people are now less likely to own homes, or stocks. Meanwhile, “the one percent” are doing great. When it comes to elections, It’s the economy, stupid. But even thought more people have jobs now, can Democrats harness the wealth gap to win the White House in 2020?
First quarter GDP jumps by 3.2% during the longest federal government shutdown in history. Bill Whittle says that doesn’t prove anything, so he’d like to see more testing.