China Not too Optimistic Yet About New Trade Deal with the U.S.

Friday last week ended with a huge bang. It was announced that Trump has agreed to a new Phase One deal that would effectively put the trade war on hold.

Share
Facebook Decides to Allow Trump (and Anyone Else) to Run Whatever Political Ads They Want

There’s an ever-growing debate about how social media sites influence voters. Many people view the issues as moral and civil. The same types of questions Facebook faced during and after

Share
Biden Wants the “Super-Wealthy” to Pay for His $750 Billion Education Plan

We’re another day closer to the 2020 election. Joe Biden is borrowing a page out of Bernie Sanders’ playbook. That’s easy to do when he’s at home recovering from a

Share
Elizabeth Warren Waging War against the Student Loan Watchdog

There’s clearly no love between Elizabeth Warren and Pres. Trump as they differ in just about every issue. The president recently did something that Warren wasn’t too happy about: hiring

Share
Ilhan Omar Says Wall Street Should Pay All $1.6 Trillion in Student Debt

The Democrats appear to continue being in lockstep on what we should be doing about student debt. U.S. citizens currently owe $1.6 trillion dollars. Bernie Sanders recently tweeted that going

Share
House Passes a Marijuana Banking Bill

Banks are federal entities that receive protection from the federal government. If your bank is FDIC protected, that means that the bank is insured and safe. That is also posed

Share
How Exactly Would a Gun Buyback Work?

There’s been a major push in the Democratic party as of late to push gun control. In the wake of several mass shootings this year alone, the calls for tougher

Share
Here’s What Bill Gates Said Recently About Implementing a Wealth Tax

A lot of the 2020 Democratic candidates so far have made plenty of promises. From offering free health insurance to free college, paying off student debt and even offering every

Share
Pollster Says 2020 Election Could Cost $2 Billion

It’s hard to predict exactly how much candidates will spend on any future election, but it only seems to get more expensive. This year, the political war seems as if

Share