Comments on: Why Donald Trump wants to hike taxes on hedge-fund billionaires Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: michaelryan Tue, 15 Sep 2015 12:12:55 +0000 What does trump say about citizens united. What are his plans for supreme court nominees?

The biggest problem we have is lobbyists own our representatives.

Were is trump on getting money out of politics?

He’s just to much of an egomaniac to do this country any good.

By: ToIsleOfView Mon, 14 Sep 2015 23:40:24 +0000 The devil is in the details. Washington DC is fundamental to centralized profiteering. Trump wants to build his hotels all over the world. Wall Street banks want to finance anyone as long as there is no risk and high profit for them. Being President removes the risk. But who is actually in control? How deep is the ocean.

By: 2-b-free Mon, 14 Sep 2015 17:00:00 +0000 Bernie has been talking about these problems all along. Donald Trump is just starting to talk about these issues to get votes. In fact, a significant percentage of his company’s hotels and major real estate properties are located abroad. Trump has imported clothing from China and Mexico produced for his brand, he is part of the problem.

Bernie Sanders Platform on Income Inequality – Demanding that the wealthy and large corporations pay their fair share in taxes. As president, Sen. Sanders will stop corporations from shifting their profits and jobs overseas to avoid paying U.S. income taxes. He will create a progressive estate tax on the top 0.3 percent of Americans who inherit more than $3.5 million. He will also enact a tax on Wall Street speculators who caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs, homes, and life savings.

Reversing trade policies like NAFTA, CAFTA, and PNTR with China that have driven down wages and caused the loss of millions of jobs. If corporate America wants us to buy their products they need to manufacture those products in this country, not in China or other low-wage countries.

By: CanyonLiveOak Mon, 14 Sep 2015 09:21:20 +0000 China is not the problem. Iran is not the problem. Isis is not the problem. Russia is not the problem. Islam is not the problem.

WE, each and every one of us, ARE the PROBLEM. We are failing to adapt where adaptation is needed. We are rigid where fluidity is needed. We are callous, where sensitivity is needed. We are greedy, where generosity is needed. We are soft, when we should be tough. We are filled with ego, when we should be humble and thankful. We live in the mind and not in the body. We live in the past and future, and not in the present. WE expect more than we give, and take more than we need.

At every turn we have replaced the broad understanding of the heart with the narrow, precise understanding of the mind. We have replaced the radiant heat of the village bonfire, available to all, with the precision laser of technology, wielded by one.

There is no doom and gloom, though. At any moment, in this moment, each and every one of us can bring ourselves to the present, and make the choice to let go of our past grievances.

By: UauS Mon, 14 Sep 2015 03:12:20 +0000 “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.
(Matthew 7:21)

By: painman Sun, 13 Sep 2015 22:55:09 +0000 The hypocrite of all hypocrites. “If” he’s elected his first order will probably be for ALL federal employees when travelling on government business, stay at a Trump Hotel, at full price, no discounts. He may even make them fly the Trump plane, at full fare!
Just an opinion of mine.

By: IDeeMerk Sun, 13 Sep 2015 14:20:09 +0000 Excellent analysis:

Producers versus the Parasites.

Those who build versus those who consume what is built.

By: Sewblon Sat, 12 Sep 2015 19:59:17 +0000 I am struggling with how a construction mogul benefits from restricting immigration and imports. aren’t the main inputs in construction semi-skilled labor and raw materials? Wouldn’t more immigration and cheaper inputs make both of those things cheaper? Wouldn’t that make the construction industry more profitable? Granted, Trump’s competitors would benefit from cheaper inputs just as much as he would. However, that is not reason for him to oppose them, at least not necessarily.

By: ngc121629 Sat, 12 Sep 2015 08:07:21 +0000 Trump maybe the right man for a historic time.As a billionaire who made his fortune in real estate(meaning he HAD TO DEAL WITH MONEY LENDERS(INVESTORS )and beat them.He has degree from the prestigious Wharton School -which means as a minimum has a right to say he is bright (in financial matters )and dealing with banks and lenders He knows TARP was socialistic scheme for bailing out failed corrupt so called capitalist banking system and the real costs to the Treasury of outsourcing jobs
For now his sources of support are from know nothing tea party types and to get elected he must get over his egotistical hubris!He has done an apparently superb job of raising his children
He know intuitively market makers make money but do not create jobs but construction does
The ball is in his court ;I hope he does not “double dribble”
Frank Lipsky

By: yobro_yobro88 Fri, 11 Sep 2015 21:25:09 +0000 Flash1022:
“..Trump also understands that we have a revenue problem, and not a debt problem…”

i’d like to see your face when US has a debt crisis worse than greece.

the slave owning usa stealing more than 50% from millions of ppl is a disgrace to humanity. the slave owner usa will lose, there are hundreds of countries to choose from.