Medical Marijuana: Stocks you Have to Own

Dear Reader, With 93% of Americans in favor of legalizing medical marijuana, President Trump saying: “I’m in favor of it 100%” and Attorney General Jeff Sessions admitting the benefits of medical marijuana — federal legalization is all but certain. But before it becomes legal in all 50 states, causing an expected 4,067% market surge, it’s

Do You Support Brands or Athletes That Protest the National Anthem?

Fellow American, To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its “Just Do It” campaign, Nike chose former NFL player Colin Kaepernick to appear in its ads. Kaepernick is most famous for kneeling during the national anthem and also drew harsh criticism for wearing socks depicting pigs wearing police uniforms. Despite these disrespectful actions, Nike has never

Illinois Pension Crisis to Spread Across U.S.

A major pension crisis has made its way to Harvey, Illinois. Now, the whole State might suffer while you foot part of the bill… Peter Reagan, September 20, 2018 In a city with 20% unemployment, property taxes over 5%, and home values declining by 80% over the last decade, greed and incompetence from Harvey, Illinois’

Jimmy Carter Speaks On Trump’s Policies

Recently as a student town hall at Emory University, former President Jimmy Carter stated he would change literally “all” of President Trump’s policies, if he could.

Ocasio-Cortez Tries To Stop Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

During an episode of CNN’s “State of the Union,” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court should be delayed until the 35-year-old accusation from an anonymous woman was investigated.

RNC Chair Forecasting Midterm Success

Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel believes the Republicans will pick up seats in the Senate, which she claims will be “unprecedented in a midterm of a first-term president.”