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Donald Trump Seals Electoral College Victory, Officially Becomes 45th US President

It's finally over: Donald Trump has secured 304 Electoral Votes following the Texas vote (with 2 faithless electors), officially securing the presidency of the United States.  Of course, the now official President-Elect Trump took to twitter to confirm the victory: We did it! Thank you to all of my great supporters, we just officially won the election (despite all of the distorted and inaccurate media). — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 19, 2016 Texas' 36 electoral votes for...

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Do State Revenue Trends Indicate That A Recession Is Imminent?

A decline in state tax revenue has historically been a reliable leading indicator of impending recessions.  As such, investors/gamblers in the current equity market bubble should probably take note of the new report just published by the National Association of State Budget Officers indicating that state revenues are just starting to decline as funding needs related to massively underfunded pensions, rising education costs, etc. continue to skyrocket. Despite these variations, there...

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Has The Trumpian Revolution Begun?

Submitted by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, The wailing and keening over the choice of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to head the EPA appears to be a lead indicator of a coming revolution far beyond Reagan’s. “Trump Taps Climate Skeptic For Top Environmental Post,” said The Wall Street Journal. “Climate Change Denial,” bawled a disbelieving New York Times, which urged the Senate to put Pruitt in a “dust bin.” Clearly, though his victory was narrow, Donald Trump remains...

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Global Warm-Ongering: What Happens If Trump Takes US Out Of Paris Agreement?

Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.com, For all the shock, horror, and aghast of global warm-ongers, comes a startling revelation: It’s Irrelevant if US Pulls Out of Paris Accord. Donald Trump has sent his clearest message yet about his plans for reshaping US policy on global warming by choosing a chief environmental regulator who has questioned the science of climate change. But leading experts say the nomination of Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma’s attorney-general as head of the...

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Scientists Find “Persuasive Evidence” Of Vote Hacking, Demand Clinton Recount In 3 States

Between the so-called 'Hursti Hack', questions over Soros-linked voting machines, some peculiarities in Texas, and the media furore over Trump's democracy-threatening questioning of the election outcome; it is perhaps ironic that, after being soundly beaten across the vast majority of counties in America, NY Mag reports, a group of prominent computer scientists and election lawyers are urging the Clinton campaign to call for a recount in three swing states won by Donald Trump after...

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Latest Short List For Trump Cabinet Positions – It’s A “Knife Fight”

As Donald Trump's transition team continues to debate who will fill key cabinet positions, the competition between potential appointees is growing more fierce with one insider describing it as a "knife fight."  So far, Trump has named RNC head Reince Priebus as Chief Of Staff and the controversial Breitbart executive, Steve Bannon, as Chief Strategist.   While the transition team has been guarded so far about who will fill the remaining roles, communications adviser Jason Miller confirmed...

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Trump’s Geographic Landslide

Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.com, Donald Trump won the presidency, but Hillary won the Popular Vote by a margin of 206,379 or so. That fact caused Simon Rosenberg, a veteran Democratic strategist and the president of the NDN think tank to moan about a Democratic Party in Crisis. “We are the only democracy in the developed world where if you win more votes you don’t control the government and the legislature. There is not a wholesale rejection of the Democratic party and the...

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Your Complete Guide To Election Day And Night: What To Watch For And When

It's almost over: the most divisive, theatrical, dramatic and dirty presidential campaign will be in the history books in just a few hours, with more than 130 million Americans expected to cast ballots across 50 states. However, just winning the popular vote will be insufficient: indeed, it may well be that the popular-vote winner does not win the electoral college. So which states should one be looking at, and how long is the final day's drama set to continue? For the benefit of the...

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“This Quickly Escalates Into Open Warfare” – Why The Government Is Preparing For Post-Election Chaos

Submitted by Mac Slavo via SHTFPlan.com, There have been a wide array of reports suggesting that the U.S. government is preparing military and Homeland Security assets for widespread election fall out. Given the mainstream media’s inclination towards Hillary Clinton and recently presented evidence that Democrat operatives have been attempting to illegally influence the ballot box through falsifying votes and electronic tampering, it appears that concerns surrounding a rigged election are...

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Credit Card Delinquencies Creep Up To Highest Levels Since 2012 As Subprime Issuance Soars

As Obama's "recovery" rolls along, the Wall Street Journal points out that the delinquency rates of subprime credit cards has surged to the highest levels recorded since 2012.  Moreover, per TransUnion data, delinquency rates on cards issued in 2015 are close to 3%, or roughly double the overall rate, indicating that consumers have grown increasingly dependent on credit cards over the past couple of years to fund daily expenses. Credit-card lending to subprime borrowers is starting...

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