The new Quinnipiac University National Poll released Tuesday had a lot of interesting numbers, particularly on the topics of the economy and approval ratings. Not just for President Donald Trump, but for the 2020 Democratic contenders, too. With regard to the economy, America is doing very well by the numbers. On the question of whether
The President’s approval numbers are watched more closely by the Democrats than their own, and the latest numbers show that the booming economy is not just sitting well with Americans who benefit from it, but that those Americans are giving Trump the credit for it. That’s caused a bit of message reworking among Dems and
Children in Lordstown, Ohio, are writing letters to General Motors, begging the company to spare their town’s auto plant. In November, GM announced that they would be closing several plants in North America — including the plant in Lordstown — in March 2019. About 15,000 people are expected to be impacted by the plant closures.
This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Japan finds ‘semi-infinite supply’ of rare earth minerals in its territorial waters Japan’s rare earths discovery represents a defeat for China Japan finds ‘semi-infinite supply’ of rare earth minerals in its territorial waters Researchers have found rare earth minerals just 2-4 meters below the seabed, at a depth of
Bob Paduchik, co-chair of the Republican National Committee, told Breitbart News Saturday host Matt Boyle, Washington political editor for Breitbart News, and co-host Amanda House, Washington deputy political editor for Breitbart News, that the strong economy puts Republicans “in a great position in the midterms.” Many Democrats and members of the media are predicting a
President Donald Trump’s approval rating is climbing, even as critics continue to predict the imminent unraveling of his presidency. A new CNN poll reveals his favorable rating, which had fallen in recent months, is now back to where it was at the 100-day milestone following his election on Nov. 8, 2016. Among Republicans, support has
A record number of small business owners have raised wages for their American workers as President Trump’s administration has ushered in a new era of a tighter labor market with strict immigration enforcement. The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) monthly jobs report found that a record number of small businesses say they have increased the