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    Must've been hacked by the DNC and their donors.

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    Yep...That rade ticker and the whole American Economic Alert website has been wiped off the map...gone....disappeared without a trace.....was about American trade deficits and our businesses leaving...a nationalistic site...............goes against the globalist agenda.
    It'd probably have an interesting story as to why it was taken off the web................will we ever know?
    Just couldn't pay the bills?
    Doubtful.
    http://americaneconomicalert.org/ticker_home.asp

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    Largest industry in each state

    This is an economy made by business......a very weak nation imo.....what are we gonna trade?
    Ambulatory services...residential care?
    Insurance?
    Credit cards?

    The only thing they left us with is oil and gas......and the Arabs will buy that up on us eventually.
    I've known my whole life that we were headed to stupid places for the working people in the future.....we are there.
    relying on the world for our manufactures is a big mistake imo........the military and political donors who, of course, make more money than they donate to politicians off of the wars......have no desire to stop the wars....therefore every aspect of what we have allowed the politicians to do...and what we've allowed the military to do.....is very very dangerous........This is a very lame country anymore...I don't think it will ever be fixed to be any kind off number one superpower much longer...we are on our way down.....big money of the world must've wanted it that way.....because that is who the politicians work for...not the people, that's for sure......sad nation imo.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by slavenomore View Post
    Largest industry in each state

    This is an economy made by business......a very weak nation imo.....what are we gonna trade?
    Ambulatory services...residential care?
    Insurance?
    Credit cards?

    The only thing they left us with is oil and gas......and the Arabs will buy that up on us eventually.
    I've known my whole life that we were headed to stupid places for the working people in the future.....we are there.
    relying on the world for our manufactures is a big mistake imo........the military and political donors who, of course, make more money than they donate to politicians off of the wars......have no desire to stop the wars....therefore every aspect of what we have allowed the politicians to do...and what we've allowed the military to do.....is very very dangerous........This is a very lame country anymore...I don't think it will ever be fixed to be any kind off number one superpower much longer...we are on our way down.....big money of the world must've wanted it that way.....because that is who the politicians work for...not the people, that's for sure......sad nation imo.....
    Looks like mob bully business..........loan sharking....and protection rackets: Insurance....

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    Quote Originally Posted by slavenomore View Post
    Yep...That rade ticker and the whole American Economic Alert website has been wiped off the map...gone....disappeared without a trace.....was about American trade deficits and our businesses leaving...a nationalistic site...............goes against the globalist agenda.
    It'd probably have an interesting story as to why it was taken off the web................will we ever know?
    Just couldn't pay the bills?
    Doubtful.
    http://americaneconomicalert.org/ticker_home.asp
    • American Economic Alert • Deer Harbor • Washington • americaneconomicalert.org!
    A clue...but where they went on the web and why they left is a mystery.

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    https://buchanan.org/blog/tariffs-th...a-great-136986

    What great nation did free traders ever build?
    Free trade is the policy of fading and failing powers, past their prime. In the half-century following passage of the Corn Laws, the British showed the folly of free trade.
    They began the second half of the 19th century with an economy twice that of the USA and ended it with an economy half of ours, and equaled by a Germany, which had, under Bismarck, adopted what was known as the American System.
    Of the nations that have risen to economic preeminence in recent centuries — the British before 1850, the United States between 1789 and 1914, post-war Japan, China in recent decades — how many did so through free trade? None. All practiced economic nationalism.
    The problem for President Trump?
    Once a nation is hooked on the cheap goods that are the narcotic free trade provides, it is rarely able to break free. The loss of its economic independence is followed by the loss of its political independence, the loss of its greatness and, ultimately, the loss of its national identity.
    Brexit was the strangled cry of a British people that had lost its independence and desperately wanted it back.
    The whole story is great as usual, imo.

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    https://thenationalpulse.com/politic...na-corporates/

    Eighty-six percent say their opinion of a company improves if that “Company promises to relocate their manufacturing away from China and back to the United States”.

    That’s higher than the 84% who back company executives forgoing salaries, bonuses, or other compensation.

    Seventy-two percent of Americans do not believe China was accurate in its reporting on the coronavirus, while nearly three quarters of voters say they are in favor of Trump’s tough trade policies as they relate to China.

    Just over half (54%) of Americans believe China should be required to pay other countries for the spread of the virus, while just 17% of voters think President Trump should soften his position on China. Fifty percent say he should get tougher, while 33% say his position should stay the same as it has always been.

    Asked if American companies should continue to manufacture goods in China, 71 percent of Americans said American corporates should pull back, while just 29% say they should continue in China.

    Finally, asked if it is proved that China falsely reported on cases and deaths related to the coronavirus, 37% of Americans believed President Trump should unilaterally impose sanctions and 43% said Congress should vote on sanctions.

    Just 19% said no action should be taken.

    The numbers were also drilled into by the Washington Post‘s Josh Rogin, who reported:

    Ninety percent of

 

 
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