Thanksgiving always has been a day to pause and consider our blessings as Americans, to consider what unites us, not to dwell on what divides us.
Try as it might to continue its success, Amazon has a huge, distracting problem on the horizon — government antitrust action.
The health care sector is one industry where less meddling from a well-meaning Congress should provide a lift instead of stagnation.
I continue to believe that Tuesday’s election outcome and the prevailing market sentiment set us up for a year-end rally.
Trump’s comment sheds light on something I have wrote about before — that we are on the cusp of the next major recession for the global economy.
People are going to get tired of waiting for their lives to improve. When they do, they will start to act out politically and destabilize the country.
The White House has taken a harsh stand on illegal immigration, vowing to build a wall along the Mexican border, but also to cut legal immigration by half.
We all should be concerned about the continuing destruction of our rights. All who qualify should vote to protect our rights and ourselves.
If you’re a U.S. taxpayer exercising your right to run a business abroad, the new tax law means you’re in for a world of hurt.
Many investors are watching the potential trade war. But they might miss another important story: China’s economy is already slowing.
President Donald Trump said he wants to put this Midwestern company out of business. Yet, I believe we have an opportunity with this name.
We decry the ways government attempts to intervene in social matters diminish our freedom. We should feel the same way about tariffs.
The Fourth of July holiday should have, for each of us, a far greater meaning than fireworks, picnics and a day off work.
Some people are angry about reductions in corporate tax rates. They argue corporations are seeing record profits because of the cuts. But this chart shows that’s not the case.
Financial markets filter stories for risk. The market reaction tells us which news stories to worry about. And right now, markets are telling us to worry about Russia.
The Veteran Affairs crisis provides a cautionary example of what happens when nervous Washington politicians try to micromanage a medical system.
Lost in the kerfuffle of Monday’s Amazon tweet by President Donald Trump was a much bigger nugget of news about the company…
So why has Amazon’s share price fallen more than 10% since late February? And why does President Donald Trump hate it so much?
So you’re upset that Facebook collected data on you? The sweetest revenge isn’t deleting your account. It’s learning how to profit from the whole sorry mess.
They call Uruguay the Switzerland of South America. That particular shoe fits … except, last I checked, Switzerland had no world-class beach resorts.
A parade can be a public procession celebrating a special day or event, or it also can describe a boastful, ostentatious display of aggrandizement.
Fear is employed constantly by the government to gain public support for the massive U.S. police state surveillance system now in place.
Hypocrisy is a dominant characteristic of politics and politicians in America today. And the recent tax legislation is a sickening example.
Many investors and bankers act as though there is no day of reckoning, while American politicians cut taxes when the national debt nears $21 trillion.
An awfully big antitrust trend is already in the works for Big Tech – and investors should beware of what an Amazon Antitrust fight could mean for you.
The ability to determine truth from falsehood is essential. But in an age of tweets, fake news and digital subversion, truth is elusive.
Perhaps you share my irritation at the anti-Christopher Columbus attacks from the political left wing in America…
Under Trump’s plan, your taxes are more likely to go up than down … while pouring fuel on the financial fire that is burning away America’s economy.
The official story is that Labor Day celebrates the contributions that workers have made to the United States. But the truth is a little darker…
The U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming decision on gerrymandering could have a major impact on future U.S. elections. But will it really change anything?
Some American colleges have become breeding grounds for anti-free speech and politically correct zealots, some deranged to the point of using violence.
There’s a good chance some of President Donald Trump’s proposed budget will become policy. And every policy change creates winners and losers.
For the politicians and businesspeople who control and supply the military, the latter’s nobility is a convenient political and emotional tool.
I have previously emphasized Gibraltar’s important role as a tax haven in the EU. Indeed, its pending fate could determine the success or failure of Brexit.
Many are calling auto loans the next subprime crisis. They’re too polite to point out the cause of the problem, but I will assign blame to the responsible.
Superman was ahead of his time when he renounced his U.S. citizenship following a dispute with the government. Now, more Americans than ever before are following his example.
Friday is Inauguration Day for Donald Trump. That word, “inauguration,” comes from the Latin original, meaning a “consecration or installment under good omens.” Let’s hope so!
After one of the most divisive election campaigns ever, remember that Thanksgiving is a day to count our blessings as Americans, to consider what unites us and not to dwell on what might divide us.
The October jobs report may have given Yellen the green light for a December rate hike … well, assuming that the market doesn’t implode after the presidential election.
The 2016 election has been overshadowed with superfluous, irrelevant issues. And neither candidate promises to fix the real issues plaguing America…
Under the guise of asset forfeiture, DEA agents routinely spy on our travel plans so they can steal our money … all in the name of the pointless “war on drugs.”
One of the rare things that Clinton and Trump both agree on is bigger government spending. Austerity is out. Infrastructure spending is in, and you’re going to pay for it.
As the presidential election draws near, Donald Trump stands a fair shot at claiming the Oval Office.But his win could spell trouble for the global economy.
U.S. voters have been led to believe that the only choices we have in government are Republican or Democrat. And yet, neither represents that view of America today. It’s time for something different.
Reagan once said that the average age of great civilizations is 200 years. If we want to avoid that fate, our country must unite to reassert our hard-won liberty and freedom.
The financial sector wasn’t always looking for its next revenue fix. Savings and loan was the name of the game during the Industrial Revolution … back before banks became economic parasites.
The Panama Papers leak exposed quite a bit of personal information, much to the detriment of many legal offshore operations. Are you among those at risk? You may well be…
The government has a growing problem with its pension plans that will comes to an explosive head very soon. And no one will like the answer to the problem.
The last few presidents have run roughshod over our freedoms, and the incoming class of “hopefuls” offer little hope. But, in the end, it’s up to us to determine America’s future…
When it comes to property rights, there is a fine line between government we like and government we don’t. One thing’s for certain, though; your rights won’t enforce themselves.