Category Archives: Donald Trump

Is the United States Economy in a Bubble? 💵

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Is the United States Economy in a Bubble? 💵 During Monday’s debate, Republican nominee Donald Trump asserted that the U.S. economy is currently operating in a “big, fat, ugly bubble.” Economic bubbles occur when assets, such as housing or financial stocks, are priced artificially high. Bubbles pose a threat to economic stability because they tend to “pop” suddenly. When this… Read more »

A Conservative Take on Trump’s New Supreme Court Nominee List

A Conservative Take on Trump’s New Supreme Court Nominee List John G. Malcolm / September 23, 2016 On May 18, then-future Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump put out a list of 11 individuals, all sitting judges, who he would consider as a potential replacement for Antonin Scalia, who died unexpectedly last February, on the Supreme Court of the United States. Trump… Read more »

Aussie Conservative Blog 🔥 The lead up to the first debate and what the Donald needs to do

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Aussie Conservative Blog 🔥 The lead up to the first debate and what the Donald needs to do The lead up to the first debate and what the Donald needs to do by freedomfighter1995 There are now only 11 hours to go until one of the more anticipated television events in history will commence. Obviously, I’m talking about the first scheduled… Read more »

HOW CHRISTIANS SHOULD VOTE IN 2016

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HOW CHRISTIANS SHOULD VOTE IN 2016 PASTOR SHAWN MATHIS on 6 September, 2016 at 06:50 Share Tweet Pin What do Old Testament kings and New Testament prophets have in common? They are both used as arguments for idealist voting.  In other words, one’s vote should always be for the most righteous candidate regardless of the consequences or circumstances. Texts such… Read more »

I’m an African-American Woman. 💬 Here’s My Advice to Conservatives Wooing My Community.

There’s a method to this madness, of course. Call someone a racist and they’ll no longer be heard. They’ve been accused of racism, after all, so they’re not just contemptible, they’re outside the realm of public discourse.