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Markets Are Partying Like There Is No Tomorrow – Inside Sources

Niall Ferguson, the Scottish historian, reminds us that world stock markets failed to anticipate World War I. They failed despite all the clues pointing to a world sleepwalking toward a calamity. They remained buoyant until the war’s outbreak, only to find the European and American stock markets would have to be shut for several months to forestall a

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Opinion: Time for the States to Use Their Power to Limit National Debt – Inside Sources

Over the last 40 years, Congress has repeatedly tried and failed to curb its addiction to dangerously increasing federal debt. The current budget fight has taken down a House speaker but still leaves our nation drowning in $1 trillion-plus annual deficits as far as the eye can see. The interest payments required to service the resulting debt

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Opinion: A Surprising Politician – Creators

The next presidential race is on. One probable candidate is former CIA Director and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. He just released a new book: “Never Give an Inch: Fighting for the America I Love.” Pompeo must be a smart guy. He graduated first in his class at West Point. Then he went to Harvard

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Opinion: Three Charts That Tell America’s Troubling Fiscal Tale – Inside Sources

Last year was nothing less than eventful in Washington. In 2022, policymakers enacted several significant policy changes in areas from green energy subsidies and prescription drug savings to new veterans benefits and funding the government for fiscal years 2022 and 2023, among other priorities. Meanwhile, inflation was at a 40-year high pace as economic growth

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Opinion: Congress Throws American Taxpayers Under the Omnibus – Inside Sources

By the end of 2023, the U.S. national debt will surpass $33 trillion, which amounts to roughly $100,000 for every man, woman, and child in the country. How is the wealthiest nation in the history of the world drowning in debt? The answer is simple: Congress has a spending problem. It has been two and

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