Corporate tax reform should be President-elect Donald Trump's number one priority, according to business leaders surveyed by CNBC.
Recently, I was honored to escort a World War II veteran named Fame Academia on the final day of the 2016 Republican Convention. His desire was to attend the Republican National Convention and to meet House Speaker Paul Ryan. Fame is 90 years old.
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After suffering crushing losses at the polls on Election Day, the Democrats have finally settled on a strategy for the new year. It’s an unorthodox strategy that weaves together hypocrisy, futility, and ignoring the will of the American people. But, to their credit, they do have a strategy.
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With Donald Trump’s decisive Election Night victory in the history books, the professional left has set its sights on a new target - President elect Trump’s first White House staff choice, former Breitbart CEO Steve Bannon. The left is hoping, through smear campaigns, to remove Bannon from the post before his job with the new administration even begins.
The 2016 election season is over and the verdicts are in. Not only did the Republican candidate win the White House, the GOP maintained control of the Senate and kept its overwhelming majority in the House of Representatives. The Republicans also have more governors in the 50 states than at any time in history. Toss in the huge Republican gains of 2014 and it appears America has made a clear statement.
It seems that in every generation the United States of America finds a president who leads us in a new direction: Abraham Lincoln in 1860, Theodore Roosevelt in 1901, Franklin Roosevelt in 1932, Lyndon Johnson in 1964, Ronald Regan in 1980. And now it’s 2016 and Donald Trump takes his turn.
In early 2013 upon leaving her post as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton was required by law to turn over all work related emails to the State Department to assure she, and they, complied with public records laws and could appropriately respond to any Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.
The cat is out of the bag. The public pressure is growing to the extent that even if Hillary Clinton is elected president, it is doubtful that she will be able to serve.
Although the words “status quo” will not appear on any ballots this election cycle, voters will nonetheless be forced to make the binary decision between doubling down on the status quo by voting for Hillary Clinton, or pivoting toward meaningful change and a course correction for the country by voting for Donald Trump.
While the US-Russia relationship has been deteriorating rapidly since 2014 and faces a new crisis with the current situation around Aleppo, the bilateral relationship in Central Asia has been relatively stable…because it was already weak and unbalanced.
To repeal Obamacare, Trump must win. It’s just that simple.
I have been doing a number of media interviews lately, and the question always arises, “Who is going to win the election, Hillary or Trump?”
Now that the third and final presidential debate is behind us, Donald Trump has 18 days left to make a closing argument that will make up lost ground and catapult him past Hillary Clinton in the key battleground states.
Technology might have rewritten the rulebooks for many industries over the last two decades, but the world of insurance is just coming to terms with it.