May 1, 2020 – Live coverage – Starting at 12pm several dozen residents and members of the community gathered in front of Binghamton City Hall and State offices. For 2 1/2 hours the concerned citizens…
April 27, 2020 – NO Soundbites Allowed livestream – What will it take to restart society? Can we get back to normal? What is the economic impact? We take a look at the immediate and…
Melanie Collette, an accomplished professor, Republican, and host of MoneyTalk with Melanie, joins us to speak about women and guns, the economy, Jusse Smollett and more.
Rate hikes without regard to market conditions. Tax increases without regard to impact on the average American. What do they have in common?
Even as, or in spite of, President Trump speaks with Kim Jong Un of North Korea, some Democrats call for recessions to punish millions of Americans and the failure of American policies. Why would any political party want America to fail, what could we worth that?
Cherry-picked data, obscuring facts, and a microscopic view of the nation may help to preserve votes in an election year, yet the average American will not find it easier to pay a single bill. That’s the honest snapshot.
George Phillips won the WSKG 2 man debate. The bad of the debate was far more expansive and detailed. From the first question the lack of Claudia Tenney was felt in the debate. The first question was on gun control and the Orlando shooting.
“Don’t think that actually this agenda is going to help you,” President Obama continued. “It’s not designed to help you. And the evidence of the last 30 years, not to mention common sense, should tell you their answers to our challenges are no answers at all.”
Contrary to the impression that the headlines on the unemployment rate promote, significant issues remain unresolved. Even as the unemployment rate goes down, labor force participation is still too low. We forecast a decline in employment as relative to the increase in minimum wage.
Is the American economy healthy or not? Depends on who you ask and what data you look at.