Americans Had To Borrow 88 BILLION Dollars To Cover Their Medical Bills Last Year

I know that the headline sounds outrageous, but it is actually true.  According to a brand new report that was just released, Americans had to borrow 88 billion dollars to cover their medical bills last year.  That is a truly…

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The Most Stressed States In The U.S.

Stress affects everyone. Although we cannot eliminate stress entirely from our lives, we can minimize it by choosing to live in the least toxic environments. American stress levels have been rising for many demographics since their low point in 2016. Common stressors…

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RussiaGate: “Why Did This Ever Start In The First Place?”

Trump and the Russians has created an army of “Mueller Truthers,” demanding additional investigations. But Republicans are also demanding to know more, specifically how the FBI came to look into collusion, and what that tells us about the tension between America’s political and intelligence worlds. In Rudy…

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Is The Stock Market As Confused As You Are About A Recession?

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Last week, Barron’s ran an article entitled “The Stock Market Is Just As Confused About A Potential Recession As You Are?” To wit: “Investors have long used where we are in the economic cycle to decide…

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Guess How Much American’s Buy Online When They’re Drunk

A new survey reveals that nearly 80% of people who drink alcohol have shopped on the web while intoxicated. And while the results can be hilarious, drunk shopping is a multi-billion dollar national habit. @HeleneStJames Helen This was my best drunk…

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FBI Investigating Sudden Dismissal Of Smollett Hate-Crime Hoax

Update2: According to ABC7’s Rob Elgas, the FBI is reviewing the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of criminal charges against Smollett. Furthermore, according to records obtained from the Chicago police, the FBI was already involved in part of the investigation, and…

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Just Before The Great Recession, Mountains Of Unsold Goods Piled Up In U.S. Warehouses – And Now It Is Happening Again

When economic conditions initially begin to slow down, businesses continue to order goods like they normally would but those goods don’t sell as quickly as they previously did.  As a result, inventory levels begin to rise, and that is precisely…

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Wall Street Red Flag: A Bond Market Indicator That Has Predicted Every Recession In The Last 50 Years Just Got Triggered

If the bond market is correct, the U.S. economy is definitely heading into a recession.  Over the past 50 years, there have been six previous occasions when the yield on three-month Treasury bonds has risen above the yield on ten-year…

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It’s Back… The Shining City Upon a Hill

Driving from Baltimore back to our home in New Jersey, my children and I (my wife was napping) listened to the most historic news report of their young lives. After 2 years, and millions of dollars, the special counsel, reported to…

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18 Statistics That Prove That America Has Become An “Idiocracy”

What in the world has happened to us?  Once upon a time, America had the greatest system of education on the entire planet, and our people were sharp, capable and extremely well informed.  Sadly, none of those things are true…

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