Director Kudlow Drives Home The MAGAnomic Message….

OK, admission…  Today is the day CTH recognizes NEC Director Kudlow has joined the official ranks of team Wolverine.  An impassioned Larry Kudlow is determined to see the financial media report on the jaw-dropping success of President Trump’s Main Street economic policies.

Key message on trade with China at 03:10.  WATCH:

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93 Responses to Director Kudlow Drives Home The MAGAnomic Message….

  1. deepdivemaga says:

    Full steam ahead! Hang on tight, once we take the midterms, Trump’s policies will be kicking into overdrive and there will be nothing to hold Trump back!

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    • 2A III% says:

      I just heard on OANN that China has been stepping up military operations and production of war machines directed towards war with the United States.
      No surprise given their activities in thei South China Sea.
      Another reason to be grateful to God for President Trump vs president H–>er being our CHAMPION!

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  2. Ditch Mitch says:

    Watched the “Cabinet” meeting today and I knew Kudlow made the “team” when PDJT asked Kudlow for his opinion on China. Kudlow stated China is on the decline and will come to an agreement soon.

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  3. bullnuke says:

    More people need to hear Director Kudlow speak. His message is easily understood by the average person. He also shows a passion for the economic message. It was very truthful to say that President Trump will not back down.

    Liked by 19 people

    • The Boss says:

      Understandable.
      That is critically important when it’s “Complicated business folks!”

      Liked by 12 people

    • farmhand1927 says:

      Larry Kudlow isn’t new to the Trump Train or MAGA. He’s been on board for years and years otherwise he wouldn’t have the job he has. Prior to being in the Cabinet he was a top economic advisor and frequent speech writer and/or speech consultant for our President, so his positions have been brought forward for a long time.

      Whatever he did today to finally impress, hopefully this commences the end of calling him “Kuddles”.

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      • G. Combs says:

        BUT, he is a Kuddly Koala Bear!

        We NEED a Kuddly Koala to explain to the Lo-Info voters about the economy in terms they understand and Kudlow fits that position.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Kudlow speaks softly, but carrries a big message.

        Gotta be straight about this – I’m not sure China will listen to Kudlow saying Trump means business. China keeps misunderestimating Trump. Trump always has a Plan B for when people test him, that not only has bigger winning for us, but bigger losing for whoever forces him into it. Don’t say they weren’t warned. When the ChiComs ineveitably scream bloody murder about the negative consequences of their next bad move, I’m just gonna say it now – TOLDJASO.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          Is China listening to Obama?

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        • Elizabeth Carter says:

          I just read an article on Gateway Pundit about Rand Paul’s trip to Russia on 8-5 to 8-8-18.
          I have very mixed feelings about Rand Paul and it didn’t help anything when SD showed the picture that Rand Paul was one of the 30 taking big money from Communist China.

          It seems that Rand did not meet with Putin but did meet with Gorbachev. Gorbachev was the last Communist leader of the USSR. When President Trump is in critical negotiations with China and taking a very strong stand, why would Rand Paul go meet with a Communist leader?

          The message in the article compared Trump and Putin to Reagan and Gorbachev as if that was equivalent. I don’t understand that at all. Reagan told Gorbachev to tear down the wall. Trump is building a relationship with Putin who is not a Communist.

          I felt that Rand Paul was betraying President Trump and the America First agenda by meeting with Gorbachev. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/08/exclusive-to-gateway-pundit-trump-delivered-a-letter-to-vladimir-putin-here-is-what-it-says/

          Does Rand Paul have to disclose the details of his meeting with Gorbachev? I think about things more than I go by my feelings but when the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, I try to get more information. Do any of you have information that would make me think this meeting was a good idea in the middle of critical negotiations with China?

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            I’m going to hold my cards face-down on both Gorbachev and Putin. I think people who trust either one blindly are at grave risk of being CHUMPS.

            Meeting with Gorby – meeting with Putin – BOTH are dangerous. That said, I would trust ANY of our Republicans meeting with either one, over a Democrat meeting with Putin’s dog. 😉

            Bottom line – you are right to distrust Gorby. Read about his “Gorbachev Institutes” in the US. They seem to cause trouble.

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          • wondering999 says:

            ? From the article at your link, Elizabeth, I understand that Rand Paul went to deliver a personal letter from Trump to Putin (via Gorbachev).

            I don’t blindly trust anyone (for example, the priesthood or the Papacy or Academia or “The Press”). Everyone needs checks and balances. Lack of challenge to corruption is why our current situation with Uniparty and Unimedia is so pernicious and corrupting.

            Anyone who was born in Soviet Russia at the time Gorbachev or Putin was born, would have needed to become a member of the Communist Party in order to enter positions of power. Both of those men ascended to levels of power where they could clearly see the flaws in their own system (communism) compared to other options. I do not see their membership in the Communist Party as a sign of support for evil. (Brennan, on the other hand…?)

            I’m glad Rand Paul acts as an ambassador, without blindly idealizing ANY country (including our own! Because some of our leadership appears corrupt beyond the boundaries of what I am comfortable imagining. I abhor human trafficking, abhor terrorism and the arming/importing of terrorists. Yet we have some leaders who appear to have supported exactly those evils.

            Good that Rand Paul went to communicate with people on the other side of the globe.

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  4. May I ask about the feds raising interest rates? Do we have any power over them doing that?

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    • Payday says:

      No. Like with a leftward Supreme Court decision, all we can do is complain about it.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Excerpts from
      A PRIMER ON MONEY COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY
      HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
      WRIGHT PATMAN Chairman 1964
      http://famguardian.org/Subjects/MoneyBanking/Money/patman-primer-on-money.pdf

      THE ACCORD

      Do bankers believe that they own the Federal Reserve banks.
      Yes.
      100% of the “stock” is owned by the private banks. Also after instigating “the Accord” It was later revealed by testimony of some of the Federal Reserve officials to committees of Congress that the Open Market Committee had held a meeting on August 18 and decided not only to raise the discount rate, but to “go their own way” on the Government longer term bond rate as well, despite what the President, the Secretary of the Treasury, and the head of the Office of Defense Mobilization might do”….Therefore the Federal Reserve is not answerable to the President or Congress or the electorate, nor even to a government audit or even Congressional funding!….

      Since the signing of the so-called accord, in March of 1951, this event has been widely interpreted as an understanding, reached between the Treasury and the Federal Reserve, that the Federal Reserve would henceforth be “independent.” It would no longer ” peg Government bond prices. It would raise or lower interest rates as it might see fit, as a means of trying to prevent inflation or deflation. These are understandings which have been grafted onto the accord over the years. Certainly, no such understandings were universal at the time the accord was signed. …. At the end of 1951, then, the Federal Reserve had both self-proclaimed independence, as a result of the accord, and an operational policy which aimed at maximum credit effects through minimum changes in interest rates….. the Federal Reserve people were quite sure that they could do a better job of running the country than the President, and with only slight increases in interest rates. … [ full details starting on pg 103]

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    • G. Combs says:

      While on the subject of the Feral Reserve….

      More from the Primer on Money (Well worth the read. It is easy to understand.)

      “…The Federal Reserve officials can always decide to create a large portion of any increase in the money supply themselves, though, of course, a larger portion of the supply will always be provided by the private banks under present law. Still the larger portion of Reserve-created money, the more the U.S. Treasury benefits-because all income of the Federal Reserve after expenses reverts to the Treasury. Thus the Treasury receives a good share of the income earned from the Government securities purchased in Reserve money-creating operations.

      On the other hand, if the Federal Reserve officials decide that the increase in the money supply they want is all, or substantially all, to be made by the private banks, the private banks acquire and hold more Government securities than in the first case, and the interest payments on these securities go into bank profits. So, whether the Federal Reserve officials decide to favor the U.S. Treasury or the private banks does make a difference-millions of dollars of difference-in the amount of taxes you, I, and all other taxpayers must pay. After all, one of the biggest items of expense of the Federal Government is the interest it must pay on its debt. [pg 36]

      The truth is, however, that the Private banks, collectively, have deposited not a penny of their own funds, or their depositors funds, with the Federal Reserve banks. The impression that they do so arises from the fact that reserves, once created, can be, and are, transferred back and forth from one bank to another, as one bank gains deposits and another loses deposits. [pg 37]

      The writer [Wright Patman] has had a couple of personal experiences which ‘have provided some amusing confirmation of the fact that the source of bank reserves is not deposits of cash by the member banks with the Federal Reserve banks. having seen reports that the Federal Reserve System had, on a given date, Government securities amounting to a proximately $28 billion, I went on one occasion to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where these securities are supposed to be housed, and asked if I might be allowed to see them. The officials of this bank said, yes, they would be glad to show them to me; whereupon they opened the vaults and let me look at, and even hold in my hand, the large mound of Government securities which they claimed to have and which, in fact, they did have.
      Since I had also seen reports that the member banks of the Federal Reserve System had a certain number of millions of dollars in “cash reserves” on deposit with the Federal Reserve bank, I then asked if I might be allowed to see these cash reserves. This time my question was met with some looks of surprise; the bank officials then patiently explained to me that there were no cash reserves. The cash, in truth, does not exist and never has existed. [pg 38]

      On January 31, 1964, all commercial banks in this country owned $62.7 billion in U.S. Government securities. The banks have acquired these securities with bank-created money. In other words, the banks have used the Federal Government’s power to create money without charge to lend $62.7 billion to the Government at interest….
      >>>>>>>>>>>

      Fast forward to October 2008:

      Although the money in the Federal Reserve is not in anyway “owned” by private banks they get paid interest on it…. “In its latest power play, on October 3, 2008, the Fed acquired the ability to pay interest to its member banks on the reserves the banks maintain at the Fed. Reuters reported….” http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=10489

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      • Pyrthroes says:

        Suggest reviewing in detail the literally conspiratorial genesis of ye ole Federal Reserve (sic), am unaccountable Central Bank consortium instigated by Wall Street insider and Wilson son-in-law William McAdoo via a clandestine, far-out-of-town foregathering of intimately connected “interested parties” in late 1913. What Andrew Jackson tossed in 1830s crept in through Wilson’s populist-progressive fire-door.

        The scam is all too obvious: Absent sufficiently capitalized competitors, Big Banks are “allocated” Federal Reserve promissory notes, sovereign debt instruments, at zero-interest (ZIRP) par. Since lobbyists’ tax laws enable financial institutions to deduct capital costs –touting “incentive” to treat Big Government’s worthless scrip as “assets”– this costs them essentially nothing. Comes then the infamous “fiscal stimulus”, whereby devoted public-service fiscal entities [we jest] dispense fiat paper at one remove to credit-dependent Main Street enterprises at usurious rates (because any rate above zero is by definition an infinite return).

        What’s that you say– that there is no free lunch? Puh-leeze… what’s a $125 trillion U.S. Government debt overhang to Bernie Sanders, Slow Joe Biden, thug poseurs like Benedict Barack Gangrenous, SHD?

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    • Elizabeth Carter says:

      President Trump is working towards putting the Federal Reserve under control by putting it under government control as it was originally set up to be. He has the authority and the plan to do it and the changeover is in process.

      https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/20/trump-poised-to-take-control-of-the-federal-reserve.html

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    • Eilert says:

      Interest Rates rising and falling is natural in a Free Market.

      The problem is the centrally planed manipulation, i.e. manipulation of the money supply, of the Interest Rates by the FED and other Central Banks, which distorts the Free Market.

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  5. Xi of China has enormous pressure from the Commies. This President for life BS is LOL! If he f@cks this up, he will be replaced. Xi feels they can win a war of attrition with Trump. They bet on impeachment, political pressure, and weak kneed US businesses and farmers. Its not working for China. China is going into a recession. They have won so much over 30 years that a compromise leaves them far ahead anyway. They will cut a deal with Trump. Its worth it because they need to keep stealing all that US technology. They will make concession with POTUS. But they will take advantage of corporate greed and keep ripping off companies.

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  6. “The Great American Bubble Machine” by Matt Taibbi at
    Rolling Stone (I know, but sometimes informative)

    When the industrial stock market proved to slow to support an army of commission junkies, they added commodity markets, then future markets, then Put-Call Options, then derivatives. When nobody would buy their junk they created Credit Default Swap insurance. Any real value today has no basis in Price-Earning ratios and is therefore Hope-Hype based. Most of the recent DJIA spike has been monopolies diverting shareholder dividend payments into stock buy-backs, hoping to make golden parachute jump as the market goes off the cliff.

    The feral reserve thieves and Wall Street wolves need a good haircut.

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    • Golfbro11 says:

      We are all a little dumber after reading this post. Its incoherent Liberal garbage. Matt Taibbi simply put all of his favorite Occupy Wall Street talking points into a paragraph of run on sentences and rubbish. May God have mercy on his soul.

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    • gunsmithkat says:

      Just remember a lot of pension funds are invested in Wall Street. Many Trump supporters depend upon those pensions and stock dividends to make ends meet.

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      • cccp3-o says:

        Wall Street will do just fine as will pension funds, in the long term. Perhaps some bumps initially, but funds will focus on the good returns.

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      • Payday says:

        Listen to Kudlow. We’re witnessing the most powerful, sustainable growth in US history! Why are you worried about pension funds?

        Liked by 2 people

      • The Boss says:

        I believe there are far fewer pension plans in place, having been replaced by 401ks and similar. There are still some enormous public sector union pension plan investments, and they often make news by virtue signaling rather than engaging in prudent growth and income strategies.

        A very wonky and lengthy source:
        https://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/ssb/v69n3/v69n3p1.html

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      • G. Combs says:

        There is a difference between pensions funds invested in ACTUAL CORPORATIONS and money bet in the derivatives casino.

        I can not find the comment or article a treeper put up on derivatives and such recently, but E.M. Smith put this up 6 years ago during the banking crisis. (He is an economist by training.)

        “….That thesis is the foundation of Monetary Easing. It even worked reasonably well back in the ’50s and ’60s. Basically, the thesis matched the economic structures of the time and worked rather well then.

        Today is a different world. First off, if J.P.Morgan picks up $10 Billion from The Fed, that money can be in London overnight. Buying swaps and derivatives on various index funds from around the planet. (The trade that got them in trouble was something like that). That kind of investment banking activity was banned to banks under Glass-Steagall that was repealed; so now Fed money can be bet on Greek Credit Default Swaps in London, not just invested in a new business in the USA. Just as rapidly, that money can be loaned to GE and used to shut down a light bulb factory in the USA and move it to China (which they did).

        In essence, “easy money” today does not necessarily flow into productive investment in growth of the productive economy in the USA. Given the large spending by government, that money can even be loaned (via bonds or directly) to some Agency (such as the NSF) to be handed out as grants to friends to conduct worthless politically directed “Climate Research” and spent on things like junkets to Rio.

        So The Fed shoving money at the banks to make loans is no longer as directly tied to increases in economic activity in the USA.….”

        Read the rest: https://chiefio.wordpress.com/2012/06/20/fed-changes-nothing/

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        • G. Combs says:

          Zero Hedge Woman Who Invented Credit Default Swaps is One of the Key Architects of Carbon Derivatives, Which Would Be at the Very CENTER of Cap and Trade
          2009 I have written hundreds of articles documenting that unregulated, speculative derivatives (especially credit default swaps) are a primary cause of the economic crisis.

          And I have pointed out that (1) the giant banks will make a killing on carbon trading, (2) while the leading scientist crusading against global warming says it won’t work, and (3) there is a very high probability of massive fraud and insider trading in the carbon trading markets.

          Now, Bloomberg notes that the carbon trading scheme will be centered around derivatives….

          Who is Blythe Masters?

          She is the JP Morgan employee who invented credit default swaps, and is now heading JPM’s carbon trading efforts….. “

          It is Blythe Masters who should be sitting in jail not Manafort!

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    • G. Combs says:

      Matt Taibbi had some great articles in the Rolling Stone about the Feral Reserve. I still have them bookmarked.

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  7. Atticus "The Deplorable" says:

    They have come to the realization that they’re not dealing with the same old “round eye”.

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  8. weneedmorerules says:

    That Kudlow guy is pumped up! Good watch. Thanks Mr. Sundance.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Andy Bremmeyer says:

      …”Mr. Sundance”?

      You assumed “their” gender?
      How dare you! jk

      Thanks Sundance, whomever you may be.
      I remain stumped.

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      • piper567 says:

        Andy, during the Texas Hurricanes, sundance did heavy duty physical labor…for a long time.
        Many concluded, as a result, that sundance was indeed a man.

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  9. Cheesehead54016 says:

    I just heard China is going to talk to end the trade tensions…….. they come to us I’m assuming or did we to them? Did we invite or did they request/beg?

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  10. Curry Worsham says:

    Sundance says:

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I LOVE IT! Larry went from making the sandwiches 🥪 to devouring them with our Killers. I can listen to Larry speak about the Economy all day and night. He has absolutely no concern about the day to day BS that the MSM run with. All he cares about is our Economy and what it means for everyday Americans.

      I could see our President loving his conversations with Larry. He has so much respect for our President and his agenda. The Executives at CNBC must get sick when they find out Larry will be on. You can’t rattle him and he knows his data inside and out. We are blessed that he has joined our President in MAGA!

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      • modustollenz says:

        This is an amazing transformation of Kudlow. He used to be on the local radio in the morning and while he was very supportive of Trump and referred many times to being part of his economic team during the campaign, he would always distance himself when it came to trade and especially tariffs. MAGA has a way of doing that to you, Larry…

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      • JC says:

        Excellent, fle. When I first saw, and thoroughly enjoyed, Kudlow depicted as a koala alongside the wolverines, I wondered how that could possibly work. Now, I look forward to hearing what he has to say in his wonderfully affable-but-factual way, and I can’t imagine our Wolverine Pack without our Koala.

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        I remember watching Kudlow on his PBS show with my dad yearrrrs ago. Dad said its time to learn something about economics son. As others have stated above, Kudlow knew his stuff and could make the complex simple. He looks and sounds healthier now. Success and good news does that to a person.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Red your so right! I can’t get that into from the G7 out of my head. You could hear it in his voice and his expressions that he wasn’t well. The next day we find out he suffered a heart attack.

          He does sound healthy and happy 😊 again!

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      • thLuckyOne says:

        flepore, I know you get it. I think you FULLY understand: we are a BLESSED nation. To hear Mr. Kudlow declare America to be “the shining city on the hill…” (my tears started and the sobs won’t stop) – I know that’s something you understand [THANK YOU, GOD!!!]. THANK YOU, fle, for your positive “‘tudes”. You have helped me through far more than you know. Excuse me, now. I’ve got some SERIOUS thanksgiving to offer – To Heaven, to our President, to our Military, to our beloved Sundance. to our precious Ad Rem, to our Treepers…. MAGA!

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  11. Kudlow made the cut! MAGA

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    • 6x47 says:

      So, I guess the cuddly koala pic will be retired, relegated to the archives along with the ugly pics of Lisa Page and the nice ones of Strzok.

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      • G. Combs says:

        Nah, we need our Kuddly Koala to explain things in simple terms to the lo-info voters without scaring them. The wolverines are the go for the throat killers at the trading table.

        So there is a place for both.

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  12. Golfbro11 says:

    Kudlow was hired as much for his Economic experience as for his opposition media experience. He is well respected at CNBC giving the administration two outlets (Fox Business and CNBC) to get the Economic message out loud and clear. It will become a rally cry after Labor Day. POTUS will be tweeting about it nonstop up to the ekections and every rally will be Economy Boom themed.

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  13. Curry Worsham says:

    “The political story of this year is an economic boom that virtually no one thought possible!”

    BOOM!

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  14. True Treeper says:

    Larry’s a good man. Kind hearted. Loyal to PDJT. Humble and loves our country. Thanks for posting this, SD.

    Liked by 6 people

  15. Margaret Berger says:

    That is not an insult, moderator, I am a Trump supporter and I shop walmart. I was making fun of Strzok and page

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  16. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Really love the spirit of this MAGA team! Unstoppable optimism (even though our media does try hahahaha!!)

    Liked by 5 people

  17. melski says:

    I think a new picture by Sundance of Kudlow is needed. The Koala is just not cutting it anymore. How about Kudlow dressed as John Wayne?

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  18. OCBill says:

    Can someone check to see if Trump wrote MAGA on the bottom of Kudlow’s shoe?

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  19. WVNed says:

    I think you all are spreading the wrong message among the stupid left.. Perhaps one of “Things were sucky for so long must have been because the Democrats and the GOPe wanted it that way”.

    After all Trump is just a deranged idiot, right? Nothing he has done really matters, right?

    I admire your fortitude but you cant cure stupid.

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  20. Brant says:

    When someone like Kudlow turns, that’s a flood gate opening. Nothing so much against him (that I’m aware of, I don’t follow these guys too closely), but he seemed pretty deep establishment and skeeered of the slightest changing balance of the current “equilibrium”. I guess he saw there have been several thumbs on the scale for years and decades. Maybe since he is in that position, he is privy to a bit more real info. Perhaps he even feels lied to from all his “pals” all these years.

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  21. Stephen Reed says:

    Nice to hear Larry say “protecting American workers”.

    The only effective protection for American industry and its workers, are high permanent tariffs on imported goods and services.

    We should forget about trying to change Chinese behavior. We should forget about forcing foreigners to buy our products and services.

    Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln made America great the first time with tariffs.

    Wrap your minds around the notion of protectionism.

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  22. Stephen Reed says:

    Nice to hear Larry say “protecting American workers”.

    The only effective protection for American industry and its workers, are high permanent tariffs on imported goods and services.

    We should forget about trying to change Chinese behavior. We should forget about forcing foreigners to buy our products and services.

    Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln made America great the first time with tariffs.

    Wrap your minds around the notion of protectionism.

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    • G. Combs says:

      There is more to it than that.

      In the time of Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln, the federal government was funded by tariffs. WHO imported luxury goods? THE WEALTHY, so tariffs were a tax on the well to do.

      Now the Federal Government is funded by taxes on WAGES. Do the wealthy work? NO they do not collect a salary and therefore do not pay a tax on WAGES instead their income is via DIVIDENDS which are taxed at a much lower rate that WAGES.

      See the switch the POS pulled on us in 1913?

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      • G. Combs says:

        Word UnImpressed does not like this graph. Place in a separate window and remove spaces in the front and back. It shows the type of tax and share of federal revenue from 1934 to 2011

        h t tp://www.taxpolicycenter.org/sites/default/files/statistics/images/type_share_historical.g i f

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      • Stephen Reed says:

        Lincoln explained that tariffs are a voluntary tax that can be avoided by choosing domestic goods.

        Kudlow is still opposed to broad tariffs but I, for one, believe that all goods and services should be subject to high tariffs with few exceptions for things we cannot possibly grow or mine.

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  23. Hillyard says:

    It is becoming so obvious PDT and his team are doing the right things for American that his successes are driving the left and the MSM into a panic. They have failed at every turn to even put a dent in PDT. All of their attacks have failed thus far. One would have to very concerned about the rising levels of violence from the left and the down right ignorant rants of the Dimshit politicians. Finally, the RINOs are shutting up and not sounding quite as dumb as they were. There does seem to be a point approaching where the left and the global money people will either have to admit defeat or resort to extreme violence. Lets hope and pray they’ll admit defeat.

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    • piper567 says:

      Hillyard, they will not quit.
      The Market may see the light, they are after all in it for investments/returns.
      But the evil will never cease. Cessation, or admitting defeat, is not an option for them.

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  24. Trent Telenko says:

    We need “reparation tariffs” on Chinese goods to fill a US Congress authorized fund where those hurt by Chinese IP theft can apply for monetary damages,

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  25. Cris says:

    Glad he’s been promoted to Wolverine! I enjoy listening to him. But every time I watch him, I see Jack Benny and it makes me grin. Anyone else make that connect?

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