As Fed chair Janet Yellen is set to retire in February, the next logical question is who will be incumbent proposed by the Trump administration, and what it means for the role of the Federal Reserve going forward. It is likely that Gary Cohn,President Trump's senior economic advisor is on his way to his incumbency … Continue reading What’s Next for the Fed?
All across the United States a sweltering heat wave has been decimating infrastructure, and causing many issues for emergency services. In California, the sweltering heat have caused dozens of individual forest fires to breakout, spreading fire fighters thin across the larger state. Thousands of people have been displaced by the fires and hundreds of homes … Continue reading The Heat Wave Striking Across America – Its Unintended Consequences
Nearly 200 days into his presidency, Donald Trump is yet to fill more than 75% of the vital Executive branch jobs. Is it possible that this is due to the lack of qualified personnel who could competently preform at that job and who believe in Mr.Trump's presidency? This may be due to the fact that … Continue reading Trump Still Lacking Incumbents in Many Vital White House Positions
Deep in the heart of Iraq and ISIS territory US backed coalition forces are still fighting pockets of ISIS held territory in the key city. The capital of Iraq has been a linchpin in fighting ISIS in the area. Heavy fighting and shelling of the city for the nearly the past year. The fighting has … Continue reading Mosul – The Battle Continues
As the G20 summit kicked of this week, all eyes will be fixated on American President Donald Trump. This will be his first face-to-face meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin, whom he has so highly praised. In addition, strong tensions will be present between many members of the various international delegations. Trump will likely be … Continue reading All Eyes on Trump at the G20 Summit
The United States, one of the worlds leading countries in terms of GDP, and the worlds only remaining super power has a big issue - education. Despite its immense purchasing power it is unable to provide its inhabitants with a good education and a competitive school environment for them to thrive. Since 1970 the United … Continue reading America’s School System – A Disaster in the Making
On Tuesday, North Korea successfully tested an ICBM thought to be capable of hitting Alaska. This however should not come as a big surprise to many as they have been attempting to do so for years now. One concern is that unbeknownst to many, the United States' missile defense system is ill equipped to handle … Continue reading North Korean ICBMs and the Threat they Pose