Tag Archives: Senator Ted Cruz

It’s Time For 2018

Financial FAQs We will need the 2018 elections now more than ever to vote out the greed and cowardice of those members of our national legislature who oppose all forms of gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas … Continue reading

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It’s Time For 2018

Financial FAQs We will need the 2018 elections now more than ever to vote out the greed and cowardice of those members of our national legislature who oppose all forms of gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas … Continue reading

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The Real Donald Trump—Part II

Popular Economics Weekly President-elect Donald Trump is about to move into the White House. This is the man who has become a case-study and text book model of Narcissism for Psycho Therapists. Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) as defined by Wikipedia, … Continue reading

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Iowa and the Stand For Nothing Party

Popular Economics Weekly Can the Republican Party survive the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries and either Donald Trump or Senator Cruz winning? Can the Grand Old Party survive and thrive on a platform that opposes every relevant issue today — … Continue reading

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A Ted Cruz Presidency?

Financial FAQs Texas Senator Ted Cruz is about to announce his candidacy for the 2016 presidential campaign. What would his presidency look like, if he were elected? “Mr. Cruz has also begun championing a message of economic populism,” said the … Continue reading

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Is This A New Civil War?

Popular Economics Weekly The New York Times stated in a 2010 poll that the 18 percent of Americans who identify themselves as Tea Party supporters tend to be Republican, white, male, married and older than 45. History tells us the … Continue reading

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