Wall Street icon who predicted Trump would win the Presidential election and trigger a massive bull market run is now making another shocking Trump prediction… one that could make you very rich starting now. But don’t expect the “Fake News” to cover this developing story. Click here to see it.
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The English conquered Ireland in the early 17th century and then divided it up into vast plantations.
In 1622, Paul Gore, an English commander, was given a vast stretch of land in the north of the island in County Donegal, where your editor’s family is from.
And by 1900, Sir Henry William Gore-Booth, father of Eva and Constance, was one of the richest men in Ireland with 32,000 acres.
But what goes around comes around. And fortunes have a way of going as well as coming. In the early 20th century, the Anglo-Irish were losing their grip on Ireland… and Sir Henry’s family was losing its grip on reality.
We have been interested, of late, in the intersection between politics and money. It is a dangerous one… with frequent accidents.
Most often, paying attention to politics is a mistake. Politics is a win-lose business, while money is mostly win-win.
In the modern world, it is work that pays, not war. You make money by offering something to others. Your time, your attention, your savings, your inventions, or your innovations – generally, the more you give, the more you get.
Meddling in politics merely distracts and misleads you; the more you force others to give at the point of a gun, the less you have to give in return.
Politics creates no wealth. It merely “redistributes” it – from those who earn it to those who end up with the stolen goods.
At the low end, social programs redistribute trivial amounts. The zombies get enough to live on… but not much more.
At the high end, a few cronies get rich from federal scams. But not many. It’s a tough game, because you’re competing with other cronies… who are often more ruthless than you are.
But occasionally, you need to take an interest in politics. Because, as civil rights activist Stokely Carmichael used to say, it may take an interest in you.
Judicial Crisis Network on Sunday pushed back against the allegations regarding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, questioning both the timing and the substance of the accusation made against him just days before the Senate is set to vote on his confirmation.
The advocacy group’s chief counsel and policy director, Carrie Severino, responded to a Sunday article in The Washington Post quoting Christine Blasey Ford, who says a drunken Kavanaugh attempted to sexually assault her at a party in 1982 when he was 17 and she was 15.
Severino pointed to letters from dozens of women who knew Kavanaugh at the time, who said the actions were completely opposite of the type of person they knew him to be. Democrats, Severino said, are “doubling down on a strategy of character assassination” to prevent someone who follows the Constitution from being placed on the court.
Saying “It doesn’t add up,” Severino charged that Democrats are “seeking to destroy the life of a distinguished public servant for the sake of appeasing their base.”
With President Donald Trump expected to announce new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods as early as Monday, a widely read Chinese tabloid warned that China will not be content to only play defense in an escalating trade war with the United States.
The United States and China have already levied duties on $50 billion worth of each other’s goods in an intensifying row that has jolted global financial markets in the past few months.
Meanwhile, Trump issued several tweets Monday morning underscoring his belief in tariffs.
“Tariffs have put the U.S. in a very strong bargaining position, with Billions of Dollars, and Jobs, flowing into our Country – and yet cost increases have thus far been almost unnoticeable,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “If countries will not make fair deals with us, they will be ‘Tariffed!'”
Trump continued in another tweet that “Our Steel Industry is the talk of the World.” Trump earlier this year announced global tariffs of 25 percent on imported steel.
“Our Steel Industry is the talk of the World. It has been given new life, and is thriving,” he tweeted. “Billions of Dollars is being spent on new plants all around the country!”
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