Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are making all kinds of promises which they believe will improve the economy for the average person. In very simplified terms Trump wants to substantially reduce taxes on businesses (including 100% expensing of capital outlays) and individuals, increase tariffs, deport at least five million people, [and] increase spending on immigration control, infrastructure and defense. Needless to say, the federal deficit would explode should all of his ideas be enacted.
And all they know about making money is “get a job”. They insist on another man or corporation paying them, having to bow to their bosses’ most insignificant wishes and commands in exchange for “just get by” wages, long hours, and their sacred health benefits. What an amazingly bad choice when freedom can be attained through business ownership the proper opportunity, and consistent long term work..
Indeed, Mr. Trump’s very antipathy toward environmental regulations might be just the kind of spur needed to get people excited about environmental and climate activism. Let’s not forget that memberships, funding and influence swelled for green groups when another conservative Republican, George W.
Still hoped to start voting as soon as Thursday. A stopgap measure may be needed to ensure federal offices aren hit with a partial shutdown at midnight Friday when funding for the government expires.Negotiators have been working for days and nights on details of the bill, which is widely viewed as the last major piece of legislation likely to move through Congress in this election year. Lawmakers in both parties sought to attach their top priorities.Two of the biggest remaining issues had been border wall funds and a legislative response to gun violence after the clamour for action following recent school shootings, including the one in Parkland, Florida.On guns, leaders tentatively agreed to tuck in bipartisan provisions to bolster school safety funds and improve compliance with the criminal background check system for firearm purchases.
The Nike China family really embraced me and made me feel right at home. The best part was probably being able to share the experience with Mom when she came out for a visit. It was great to show her my new adopted city.”. NBA players typically get paid bi weekly. So before taxes, each paycheck will be for just under $200,000. And oh, by the way, Towns will only be 19 years old when the season begins..