Wayne Jett has written a new report discussing the noticeable uptick in intensity of political activity since the November 6 U. S. elections. Creatures of the D. C. swamp, some of whom have serious crimes for which to account, are writhing with anxiety as they estimate whether Donald Trump's powers as
anti-Establishment U. S. president have shrunk or strengthened in the
wake of glaring voting fraud in Arizona, Florida, Georgia and perhaps
California and elsewhere.


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Trump Fires Attorney General Jeff Sessions Attorney General Jeff Sessions Wednesday, following a yearlong public shaming campaign that has raised questions about whether the president improperly interfered with the Justice Department’s inquiry into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Trump, who requested Sessions' resignation, named the attorney general's chief of staff Matthew Whitaker to serve as interim attorney general. Whitaker was Sessions' chief of staff and had been considered for a variety of jobs in the Trump administration, including the No. 2 post at Justice or as White House counsel. And now all hell is breaking loose with Democrats threatening new investigations and trying to get Whitaker to recuse himself concerning the Mueller Investigation. However, their efforts should prove unsuccessful according to John, it's clearly within the President's power to do so. 

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Gordon T. Long has been watching auto sales for quite some time. Debt keeps going up and now sales are declining. Corporate debt has escalated and it has become a giant equity to debt swap. It can't keep going the way it's going and it won't. According to Gordon it's all just a matter of timing. The Fed will have to reverse course and flood the system with liquidity once again. Daddy where do business cycles come from? 

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