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One Hundred Thousand Walls Can Keep America's Schoolchildren Safe

The 100,000 School Wall Project Walls can keep America’s schoolchildren safe. Big, beautiful walls. Walls of brick, stone and stucco. Walls with the Trump logo. If we pray, these walls will be built. China has the Great Wall. It’s kept invaders at bay for centuries. Israel has a wall. It’s caged the Palestinians in. To keep its schoolchildren safe, America needs 100,000 walls. Walls to seal off the country’s K-12 public schools. The plan will be called the School Wall Project (SWP). Jared Kushner can manage it. The work can jump to the top of his “honey-do" list, ahead of brokering Middle East peace, renegotiating NAFTA, using data and technology to reform government, directing the President

The American Brand - Trashed Again

Originally published on February 20, 2018 by TheMarketMogul.com Do the Right Thing For years Pew Research has asked respondents around the world if they had “confidence in the U.S. President to do the right thing in world affairs.” Nearly unanimous across the globe, the spread between Obama in the initial months of his Presidency compared to the confidence in George W. Bush as he was leaving office was striking. The same poll that rates Trump after his first several months as President versus faith in Obama as he exited the White House indicates the American Brand has been trashed again. It is deeply troubling. “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damn lies and statistics.” – Mark Twain Che

Don't Worry. Be Happy. BTFD.

Originally published on February 19, 2018 by TheMarketMogul.com. Editors named article, "Pick of the Week." Since the 2008 recession, financial markets have set numerous eye-popping records. In credit markets, two circumstances stand out. Negative yields employed by several central banks and the duration of real negative rates by numerous countries. The easy money has spurred equity rallies across the globe. In the U.S., countless stock market records have fallen. Shattered benchmarks have become so commonplace, investors shrug at news that previously piqued interest. They’ve been deceived. From plants to animals to warfare, deception is a common survival trait. Markets are no different. Soo

 

 

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