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The Federal Reserve’s War On Jobs

A year and a half into the Trump presidency the American economy has seen solid growth, more people in jobs and Wall Street has broken records on a regular basis. However, in the alternative universe where Wall Street’s Masters of the Universe and the mandarins who control America’s Federal Reserve Bank live, good news for America’s middle-income families is apparently bad news.

Will The Fed Raise Interest Rates Helping Wall Street And Hurting Main Street?

President Trump campaigned on policies that would boot the economy to 4 percent – or greater – growth. Now, just when America’s hard-pressed middle-income families are beginning to see the benefits of Trump’s policies, is not the time for the Fed to cool the economy.

JOBS JOBS JOBS!

Economists had forecast 200,000 nonfarm payrolls in February, according to a Bloomberg survey. They raised their forecasts Thursday after a report by the payrolls-processing giant ADP showed the private sector added 298,000 jobs in February, many more than expected.

Tonight’s debate will be nasty; here are five reasons why

Leon H. Wolf, RedState

In short, they are: 1. The gloves have come off between Cruz and Trump. 2. Less candidates on stage. 3. Chris Christie DGAF. 4. FoxBusiness knows what they are doing. 5. Jeb Bush needs to show something to his donors. At the end of the day, if you enjoy bare-knuckled political brawls, tonight’s debate promises to be a treat. Grab your popcorn and get ready to enjoy it.

GOP adds another debate in January

Hadas Gold, Politico

The RNC has added a presidential primary debate to its schedule for Jan. 14, 2016, hosted by the Fox Business Network. The debate will take place at the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center in North Charleston, South Carolina, two days after the State of the Union address.