NEC Chairman Larry Kudlow Discusses Stunning U.S. Economic Position….

Earlier today National Economic Council Chairman Larry Kudlow appeared on CNBC for an extensive interview about the current U.S. economy. Jobs growing; wages growing; economy growing; trade deals improving…. Lots of good MAGAnomic stuff:


(Via CNBC) White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow is extremely optimistic about the U.S. economy.

“The economic boom continues,” he said on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” Friday, citing the August jobs report and the month’s wage gain data. “It’s the big story of 2018. Jobs, growth, wages. It doesn’t get much better than that.”

The August jobs report came in above expectations Friday. The U.S. economy created 201,000 nonfarm payroll jobs for the month versus the 191,000 estimate from economists surveyed by Reuters. Average hourly earnings rose 2.9 percent for the month on an annualized basis, the highest since April 2009.

Kudlow also referenced other recent reports as evidence for the strong economy.

“Wages are rising very very well. This is great stuff. And it’s widespread,” he said. “ISM manufacturing BOOM! ISM services BOOM! There is no let up to this. Consumer spending, we’re probably emerging into a capital goods boom right now … This is the take-off.”

Last month, the government said GDP grew at a 4.2 percent annualized rate in the second quarter, the fastest pace in nearly four years.

Kudlow is director of the National Economic Council and is one of President Donald Trump’s top advisors.  (more)

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113 Responses to NEC Chairman Larry Kudlow Discusses Stunning U.S. Economic Position….

  1. USMC_grunt says:

    This is just what the Dr. ordered a nice dose of koala Kudlow to help ease my frustrations.

    Liked by 23 people

    • SwampRatTerrier says:


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    • helix35 says:

      I sure the American people are just itching to vote for Democrats this November to end all this terrible economic news. I can feel that Blue Wave coming.

      Liked by 5 people

      • MelH says:

        Liberals never worry about money…..the top 10% provides! What? Me worry?

        Liked by 1 person

      • Shelley Keith Childs says:

        My memory is kind of fuzzy on the 1994 huge win for the Republicans. One article mentioned in passing that Clinton’s first two years had good economic indicators. Were they not all that good, or were there other things in play at the time such as Hillarycare and gays in the military which most people considered to be more pressing?

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        • cdquarles says:

          I remember those years. The Bush I recession was over before the election, yet the ‘media’ didn’t report it that way. Clinton was also helped by having Ross Perot in the race. Subsequent to that, Clinton’s D congress raised taxes and applied the changes retroactively. That angered a lot of people *and* many of them were so angered because they got caught up in the AMT mess. It helped that the Hildebeest was also tasked with health ‘insurance’ ‘reform’. I read that monstrosity in full. I printed it out. It took a ream or two of paper to do it. That was the last straw, for me. Unfortunately, I also lashed out against some local pols, too; and paid the price for my mistakes, having made enemies of ‘the right people’. When one or two of these got caught in their own mess, a few years later, I smiled a bit internally. Karma … she’s something else.

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          • Rachel Guess says:

            I know exactly what you mean as I was in the same situation. I was a shop steward and our department wanted us all to voluntarily work one 8 hour shift for free each week in order to avoid layoffs. There was a big meeting about it and it was fully packed. I had done my research before attending and found that the board had actually been voting themselves 25% pay raises every two years for the previous decade.

            I stood up during the meeting and announced that I would be more than willing to donate an 8 hour shift per week to ensure that my coworkers did not get laid off, just as soon as the board agreed to a 50% pay cut due to their unprecedented pay raises over the years and held my researched paperwork up and started handing it out. The stares from employees at that meeting could have melted a chevy truck and suddenly the board decided that they would find another way. Of course on that day I knew I had made a lot of enemies of the ‘right’ people, but it was worth it to see the expressions on their faces that day…:)

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          • Shelley Keith Childs says:

            Thank you for the concise summary.

            I figured the gloomy Guses were overstating the similarity just a tad!


          • irish19 says:

            There was also the ban on scary black rifles. I remember election night that year. The talking heads got it completely wrong, and I got completely hammered to celebrate.


      • They don’t even understand economy growth! They don’t work! They just resist because someone like obama and soros paid them to do it!

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    • George Marcom says:

      Long time ago I heard someone call Kudlow “Lawrence of America!” Fits him even better today!

      Liked by 1 person

    • fleporeblog says:

      Larry nearly had me in tears answering that final question! This man is a KILLER even though he is our Koala 🐨. Larry is all in and loves our President and our country. You couldn’t ask for a better spokesperson to discuss our Economy than Larry.

      Liked by 16 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Kudlow is a lovable guy, always pushing on a positive MAGA note…..just like our President Trump is doing.

      The MAGA Team is determined that WeThePeople see and hear more positives than the negatives, because most of the negatives will somehow get worked out for the better later down the road. Our job is to be ready to do anything they need us to do. This boycotting movement we’ve done has made an impact against the Opposition, as well as getting the truth out to others.

      May the Lord Protect and Bless all of President Trump’s supporters.
      May the Lord Protect and Bless President Trump 24/7.
      Thank you, Lord, for President Trump and his MAGA Team.

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  2. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Consumer spending, we’re probably emerging into a capital goods boom right now … This is the take-off.””

    This is the good news that fakes news MSM will not be able to counter – because Mr. & Mrs. Joe Sixpack in Flyover, USA can see it with their own eyes and talk about it with friends and relatives. The friends and relatives will be replying back with their own personal experiences that will echo the same thing.

    Liked by 12 people

  3. sundance says:

    Whoot. Peter Navarro !!

    Liked by 28 people

  4. sundance says:

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Didn’t Barry from Hawaii increase the length of time that someone can stay on Unemployment Benefits?

      I think he did.

      Maybe it’s time to roll that back.
      There are jobs out there now…it’s time to get off the couch and get to work.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Minnie says:

        Why yes, yes he did 😐

        Unfortunately, for some, it offered a false sense of security and killed motivation to seek new employment.

        Liked by 9 people

        • wheatietoo says:

          Maybe it’s also a good time to start cutting that Fed payroll.

          We don’t need all those bureaucrats and cubicle farms.

          Cut those people loose.
          Let them get out in the real world.

          Liked by 8 people

          • Kate says:

            Wheatietoo, I agree especially now there are many jobs available so they should have plenty to choose from.

            Liked by 5 people

          • rashomon says:

            Pretty please, cut the payroll and all those noxious rules and regulations that provide make-do work for the Friends of (fill in the blank) who contributed to some pol’s campaign.

            And while we’re at it, bring all those contracted jobs back from firms out of U.K. Canadian, Fourteen-Eyes countries who Billie CLinton –>The Zero hired to manage patents, U.S. visas, healthcare, parking meters and garages, airport management and traffic control, military supplies…you name it. Homegrown companies can do the job just as well and can’t as easily escape U.S. controls and taxes.

            On a separate issue, I want my aspirin Made in the U.S.A., no ground-up drywall included.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        ” someone can stay on Unemployment Benefits?”

        Sometime in BHO’s 2nd reign of terror on our Republic, my younger son had applied [reluctantly] for unemployment benefits in NY. All he wanted to do was get another job (after losing one in a food distribution warehouse) and he was appalled that he was being encouraged to stay on unemployment! This was anathema to him!

        During the primary campaign he made it all the way to the interview part of the application process for becoming a NYS Corrections Officer and did not go further. He is now earning a living in the private sector at a yogurt plant.

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      • It’s been rolled back already in some states, like mine…14 weeks maximum.

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  5. Peter Rabbit says:

    Economy is by far the most important factor in the November elections. Immigration is number two. MAGA.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. Minnie says:

    I foresee a very Merry Blessed Christmas and Hanukkah.

    We do not celebrate in the pagan sense, and I cannot help but feel the 2018 holidays will be off the chain.

    Our extra “crumbs” go a long way in building a renewed sense of security for the families of America Joe and Jane.

    And that, my friends, is what prosperity looks like.

    (Can you hear us now, Piglosi?)

    Merry Christmas!
    Happy Hanukkah!

    God Bless Us, Everyone 🙏🏼

    God Bless President Donald J. Trump 🙏🏼

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  7. wheatietoo says:

    I wish someone would ask Ozero what is was…exactly…that he did, that resulted in this booming economy.

    Or ask his propaganda chorus.
    Same question:
    “What was it that he did…exactly…that created this economic boom?”

    If he’s going to take credit for it, he should be able to give us the Details of what he did.
    We want details.

    Liked by 13 people

    • ann says:

      Wheatie, you mean those “shovel teady ” boondiggles” we imagined would dredge waterways, build infrastructure, perhaps address the sagging power lines and uphrad e produce industrial equipment?
      What voters envisioned as a lifeline to restore our broken blue collar male work force, construction, trade and skilled crafts.
      Looking deep:
      How shockingly paleolithic of us deplorable backwards gun clingers to question why on earth Washington ferries contracts were awarded to a francophone Quebec contract ad
      architect and contract administratot,
      Frenchmen parceled out component fabrication in small lots, like fairy dust, to shops in blue districts throughout the country.
      Then there were erratic endowments at geographically dispersed shipyards and three different deaigns, which prevented economy of scale and local networking.

      All the ills of Central Control, for which the unwritten M O is to preserve maximum arbitrary power and informal spoils distribution to top tier networks.

      It was as piecework, expensively done, with cut to the bone bidding, 180 day plus unreliable accts receivable, and repeated bungling confusion in change orders & specs. The dynamism, cohesion and productivity that defined America was stifled in the initial award pjase
      Voters are cheering Team Trump to take down Big G’ & his crony Peculator Nepot Globalnius ..
      This DoJ’s been unmasked as protection providers for exploitation specialists.
      Comey: State Dept bid for planes, the private sale of our ports,, Uranium One,

      History won’t be kind.

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      • mtk says:

        “All the ills of Central Control, for which the unwritten M O is to preserve maximum arbitrary power and informal spoils distribution to top tier networks.”

        Actually the best working description of marxist centralized, command economic model I have ever read.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “This DoJ’s been unmasked as protection providers for exploitation specialists”

        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ THIS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

        Liked by 2 people

    • Trump Train says:

      I think Christmas will be a blowout.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. sundance says:

    Liked by 23 people

    • SwampRatTerrier says:

      Oh no!

      It’s the purple monster that ate Ottawa!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Ozzytrumpster says:

      Ffs. Trigger warning please. I’d rather look at a real ,live, venomous snake. In my living room .

      Liked by 1 person

    • Crystal says:

      I remember this. Didn’t Bari also say that people should get used to 1% GDP (or somesuch)? How can he take claim for the economic surge when PDJT is doing the exact OPPOSITE of what Bari was doing?


      • cdquarles says:

        Exactly. What did our genius President Trump do? Something known to work every time it is properly implemented. Something that was the exact inverse of ‘conventional’ ‘economic wisdom’ as stated by lunatic communists.

        So yeah, Zero, President Trump did wave a ‘magic’ wand, in a sense.


    • Angry Dumbo says:

      Until they regulate the internet, politicians words cannot be so easily shoved down the memory hole. We have not forgotten how much the forgotten man was forgotten under President Obama.


      • gustafus21 says:

        I flinch at the word President before that name. That monster, that race pimp, that filthy African thug… brought African governance to this republic. We are now Uganda, – soon we’ll see Booker and Harris tossing chairs – just like the clips from Nigerian parliament.

        And I VOTED FOR THAT POS….. I never cast a vote for a Clitnon or Bush… NEVER.

        By the time Obola was packaged and proffered… I bought into the Black boy done good meme…. and for THAT he will enjoy my undying hatred. I KNEW the Bush family were thugs and cretins. I KNEW the Clitnons were monsters…. but I bought into the 3 hankie post racial America crap…. shared with Wisconsin housewives…. who felt better about ourselves for supporting that outsider with a dream…. Kennedy in black face.

        OH How I hate that man. A lightening strike — please — a lightening strike


        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “By the time Obola was packaged and proffered… I bought into the Black boy done good meme”

          Millions more were deceived, too. I could not believe some of the people I know personally that also voted for BHO that were NOT fooled by the Clinton’s and Bush’s.


  9. We have business pouring in like we’ve never seen. It’s unbelievable. Our phones started ringing off the hook the week after the election, and really took off once Trunp greenlighted Keystone XL and DAPL. It’s been damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead ever since. We are hiring left and right.

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  10. We have always been a consumer spending driven economy. When we can’t spend then the economy suffers – all aspects of it. This is the “rising tide lifts all boats” that the left claims is false. The fact is that when people are employed they spend money. That money employs other people, who in turn spend money. This fuels small business, which is the main engine of our economy. The left hates this. They want control so they can decide who wins and who loses.

    2 things: 1) All elections are local. 2) “It’s the economy, stupid.”

    There is nothing more local regarding the economy than your own wallet. When you are working things are good. When you are not working things are bad. PDJT is bringing back jobs. People are going back to work. They have money to spend. We see it. All the propaganda in the world isn’t going to change that.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Yes, isn’t it great!

      And since Jobs are what funds SocSec/Medicare…this saves those programs too.

      Employers must match every dollar that is withheld for SocSec/Medicare.
      There is no escaping this.

      So each new Job is pumping funds into the SocSec/Medicare program.

      Liked by 7 people

      • thinkthinkthink says:

        These speeches this week by our VSG Lion PDJT.

        He started in early mentioning “will not touch Social Security” and saying how it was his campaign promise. Very emphatic and STRONG messaging.

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  11. mtk says:

    Based on thirty plus years of following the phrased language of according to ‘leading economists’…

    I am wondering what has happened to the ever popular ‘catch all, end of all’ economic language syntaxes of ‘fear of the over heating’ economy mantra?

    Not once, even in the MSM has that justification parlay itself into current discussion.

    It use to be the staple fodder of any econmists worth his or her salt.

    Its abstance means what? Does it mean it was always bunk, or does it mean it is being held in strategic reserve?

    Liked by 2 people

    • TreeClimber says:

      Is the “overheating economy” a bubble? Because this isn’t.

      Liked by 2 people

    • mtk says:

      Or does it mean, ‘according to leading…’ was always top down driven talking points that are no longer signaling to the economic chatting class in the MSM of, “What to talk about and thus are totally rudderless and clueless of ‘What analysis to provide .’

      If that is the case… it speaks volumes about what passes for analysis in econmic punditry.

      More cold anger and awokening, “I say”

      Liked by 3 people

  12. kltk1 says:

    Food for thought. If the numbers look this good, at this time can you imagine what the Christmas season is going to bring? People are feeling confident, businesses are feeling confident, workers wages are rising. As POTUS, and to be fair Larry Kudlow, have been saying since day one, a growing economy is the best way to address our deficit and debt woes. I’d say their well on their way. Taxes paid to the IRS are likely rising significantly as well.

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  13. snarkybeach says:

    Shannon Bream played a sound bite from a member of the Dallas Fed who said if the economy keeps humming, they will raise rates three to four more times in the next 12 months!!! Gee they never raised rates under the great Barak…

    Liked by 5 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      Yes…and that is why we don’t need an increase in the Minimum Wage.

      Raising the min wage always kills jobs.
      It is inflationary, because it causes increases in everything else…food, rents, clothing, etc.

      Since union wages and most all other wages are keyed off of the min wage, it causes other wages to go up too.

      Employers have to add that additional cost to their products.
      So…everyone ends up paying for that Min Wage Increase.

      End result is: The people who got the min wage increase don’t really feel it, because they have to pay more for everything.

      The Dems are running on “Raise the Minimum Wage!”
      They are counting on people being too stupid to know what that will do.

      Liked by 10 people

    • FL_GUY says:

      The globullist FED is trying to stop the economic recovery. Raising interest rates only hurts people and businesses, it does NOTHING to address inflation which has always been the big lie used by the FED. Remember the extortion level interest rates of the Carter Administration: 18-22%? Didn’t do a damn thing to inflation but it made a lot of investment banks rich and hurt a lot of people. During the Obama GREATEST Depression, the price of everything went through the roof and the FED never raised rates. e.g. Hamburger went from 1.50 lb to the current 4.50 lb. Other food went up as well but the FED took these categories out of their equation. This shows the FED is a scam and a bunch of globullist liars. They use interest rates to manipulate individuals and small businesses and Wall Street benefits. In this case, the FED is trying to hurt President Trump by wrecking the economic recovery. I hope someone puts a stop to their interest rate hikes because it’s already starting to hurt.

      The FED was created with the promise of economic stability. It is a failed experiment and should have been ended after the first Great Depression. JMHO

      Liked by 11 people

      • rashomon says:

        “Hamburger went from 1.50 lb to the current 4.50 lb. Other food went up as well but the FED took these categories out of their equation. This shows the FED is a scam and a bunch of globullist liars.”

        Thank you, FL_GUY. This needs to be the first lesson in the introduction to Econ 101.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Payday says:

        It hurt a lot of people. It helped a lot too. A girl I was dating had 10k in bonds and was making over $1500/month on it. I was so jealous.

        Liked by 2 people

      • cdquarles says:

        Indeed, because it helped cause the same Great Depression. But then again, as I put on my cynical curmudgeon hat, and say: “The fascists who took over the D party (easy, these were sympathetic to that) and the R party (harder, the ‘leaders’ bought in to the fantasy, but the rank-and-file voter didn’t) starting in the 1890s; wanted the GSE known as the Federal Reserve because they needed to nationalize the banks in order to control the people who are the economy”.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “..starting in the 1890s; wanted the GSE known as the Federal Reserve because they needed to nationalize the banks in order to control the people who are the economy”.”

          “…In 1910, on Jekyll Island, a historic meeting took place. The meeting was between Nelson Aldrich and Frank Vanderlip, representing the Rockefeller’s; Henry Davison, Charles Norton, and Benjamin Strong, representing J.P. Morgan; and Paul Warburg, representing the Rothschild’s. Their goal was the establishment of the Federal Reserve Bank. They argued, reached a conclusion and set up a plan.

          Three wealthiest men of the world at the time, John Jacob Astor, Benjamin Guggenheim and Isador Strauss were extremely dissident of the idea of creating a private bank like Federal Reserve that controls the government. Their wealth today would have worth around eleven billion dollars and they could fight using all their wealth and influence to oppose the Federal Reserve. All three men were invited on board of Titanic (Olympic) and all of them died when the ship sank.

          A year and 8 months later, Federal Reserve was established..”.

          Liked by 1 person

          • cdquarles says:

            Interesting. Tell me, what ‘private’ bank reports to Congress, and whose Board is appointed by the President with the consent of the Senate, particularly as a matter of law?


  14. tav says:

    Let’s remember these dire predictions about the Trump presidency:

    Liked by 4 people

    • gustafus21 says:

      Obola and the globalists wanted to lift all boats outside America… using our wealth. That’s why the Bushbot GOP are partnered with the likes of Schumer, and Pelosi – these are NOT AMERICANS….. they are traitors and race pimps…. because their interests are in the waxing muscle of the 3rd world invaders…. against US.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. Tiffthis says:

    What a stand up guy 👏🏼😍

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Summer says:

    I call them Trump people. Highly competent, hardworking, enthusiastic, pragmatic and loyal. This is pure MAGA.

    Now compare this team of WINNERS with the vermin infesting the DOJ and FBI.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. allhail2 says:

    I sub contract for a couple of companies. ‘15-‘16 were not very good. Lots of guys closed up, some got divorced from the stress. It was no good for quite a while, really. About mid ‘17 we were considering selling the house we’ve been in since we got married, 1994, Modest at 2400, two kids, good neighbors etc. Actually played out the numbers if we “got divorced” and my “ex” wife went on all govt assistance available. We would have been better off.
    But then ‘18 rolled around, people started spending, houses being remodeled, projects being planned. Subs are now turning down work or planning out up to a month or more. One current house was bought ready to move in at $905,000 (list was $1.1m). The reno is now hovering around $350,000. People are happy, happy, happy again.

    Oblah, blah blah can shove his diatribe up his ass

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  18. dogsmaw says:

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  19. allhail2 says:

    One of my favorite lines:

    If you took all the economic knowledge of Barack Obama and shoved it up an ant’s rear end, it would roll around in there like a bb in a box car.

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  20. rashomon says:

    I’m glad that Kudlow has come around. I still remember him from his daze (sic) in the Students for a Democratic Society, and later a determined Democrat operative along with Bill Clinton and John Podesta. When the Rockefeller Republicans adopted him, he drove me nuts with his Keynesian analyzes during Reagan’s administration and never caught the blow up of Freddie Mac that made millions for the select few while costing the taxpayers dearly. His media career focused on happy talk without supporting indicators, and totally missed the failure in the banking industry.

    I hope someone with longterm conservative credentials is making a list and checking it twice to keep the euphoria in control until the mayhem in D.C. cools off. SInce WWII, our nation has become — slowly but, unfortunately, surely — more divisive than the wishful thinking Soviets would have hoped. PDJT must have loyal, practical advisers to keep the manipulative GOPe and Dim Dems from upending the program he outlined during his campaign and now as he crosses the country for midterms.

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  21. Deplore Able says:

    God bless Larry Kudlow, a true American. God Bless President Trump and the United States of America. Be not afraid. Even 8 years of Obama couldn’t keep America down. The spirit of innovation,.growth and progress might be dampened by bad policy, but it can’t be extinguished.

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  22. letty bromenschenkel says:

    according to OBAMA:
    TRUMP achieved an economic Miracle!.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. letty bromenschenkel says:

    Trump beat Obama’s rigged election for Hillary
    Trump beat Obama’S billion dollar personal fraud and forged slander campaign
    Trump RESCUED AND SAVED the economy from obama’s destruction.
    Trump saved the 1st and 2nd amendment
    TRUMP stacked the courts with constitutionalist
    TRUMP exposed the OBAMA criminal deep state

    And OBAMA thinks he knows more than Trump the self-made billionaire

    Liked by 4 people

  24. wodiej says:

    obama’s narcissism was on display when he attempted to claim credit for our stunning economy. The experts are all over this and making him look like the fool of failure that he is.

    Liked by 3 people

  25. Jeff says:

    That’s the articulate and persuasive Kudlow I’d hoped for when he was finally appointed. Give us more of that!

    Liked by 1 person

  26. hardworkingsob says:

    my fondness for Larry Kudlow is becoming growthier by the minute

    Liked by 3 people

  27. doohmax says:

    Are you not struck by the polar opposite attitude of Kudlow and his unbridled enthusiasm for America’s future compared to the sour-puss, woe is me attitude of Obama and his economic midgets? The only way Democrats can motivate the masses is through fear-mongering. They’ve got nothing else. I, for one, am sick of hearing Pelosi, Schumer, et al., tell me how terrible things are and our only hope is ……….Corey Booker?!!?? Kamala Harris??!! Are you kidding me? Wake up America and show these Democratic shysters the back door come November.

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  28. jmclever says:

    The growthiest growth cycle since Reagan’s growth cycle catalyzed by the same policies of unleashing energy sector, slashing regulations and lowering taxes. The difference is that Trump didnt let Congress time the policy changes in such a way as to take the steam out of them and credit the next administration with the growth.

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  29. The Dems have officially given up trying to down play the Trump economy. So they now claim its all due to the Obama economic policies. If you can’t beat them join them. The more they wheel out Obama, the more Trump voters will come out. This too while backfire:


  30. Fools Gold says:

    When is the last time anyone here has felt this good about the economy? I’m 61 and I have to go back to Reagan but this one is going to surpass him that one bigly if everyone votes yes to Magonomics!

    Liked by 1 person

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