Tag Archives: economy

2019 Predictions

Alan Zendell, January 1, 2019 Two years ago, I swore off predictions, but to be honest, although I was sure Trump had little chance of winning in 2016, I always had a nagging doubt. The Clinton campaign seemed unable to … Continue reading

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Trump 2020?

Alan Zendell, December 7, 2018 With the midterm elections behind us, the question on most politicians’ minds is whether Donald Trump is likely to be re-elected in 2020. It’s clear that he has a loyal base of support that represents … Continue reading

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A Trump Thanksgiving

Alan Zendell, November 22, 2018 I’ve always considered Thanksgiving untouchable. For years it’s been the only American holiday that remained free of self-righteous religious preaching and self-important politicians, who were thankfully smart enough to realize that what we were most … Continue reading

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Immigration Referendum

Alan Zendell, June 22, 2018 It’s safe to say the midterm elections could turn on the immigration debacle. Consider the hot button issues of the past twelve months. The North Korea summit didn’t move Trump’s approval rating appreciably, and if … Continue reading

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Korea Follow-up

Alan Zendell, July 9, 2017 A good friend posted a comment on Facebook in response to my July 7 article, Korea. He said: “Economic sanctions are likely to result in increased starvation, while Kim funnels off the wealth to feed his military … Continue reading

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