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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: In Puerto Rico, follow the money

    San Juan Mayor Carmin Yulin Cruz Soto is name-calling, prevaricating and showboating again. Puerto Rico's media love her, but she's lying and making liars out of them. Media have been claiming that President Trump has ended disaster relief to Puerto Rico. This is garbage. However, it is true that after ...

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  • Economic Turmoil Could Send Oil Even Lower

    Authored by Nick Cunningham via Oilprice.com, Global financial markets are once again throwing up some warning signs, as the selloff in equities entirely erased the gains made in U.S. stock markets for 2018. The economic and financial turmoil could bleed over into a broader slowdown, which raises pitfalls for oil prices. The risks to financial markets have multiplied this year. The latest catalyst has been turmoil in tech stocks, which once helped drive up the value of equities, but is now...

    Zero Hedge
  • Digital Stats of the Week, Follow the Money Edition

    Next week, millions of people will travel far and wide to gather with friends and family. At my house, we'll stuff our faces with turkey and stuffing and mashed potatoes, followed by loosening our belts a bit as we settle in to watch some football. We'll also dance around political issues and societal problems and...

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  • Follow the money behind climate alarmism and carbon tax proposals

    Media coverage of the recently released National Climate Assessment suggests that unless policymakers intervene to restrict the use of fossil fuels, catastrophic climate change could extract a hefty cost from the economy. That’s the central message the New York Times, the Washington Post and other major media outlets conveyed to readers over the past few days. But the report rests on several faulty assumptions that fail to account for technological innovations, the impact of robust natural gas...

    Washington Examiner