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Corporate Tax Cuts Don’t Create Jobs, They Enrich CEOs | The Nation http://bit.ly/2vIldTS

Corporate Tax Cuts Don’t Create Jobs, They Enrich CEOs

Corporate Tax Cuts Don’t Create Jobs, They Enrich CEOs

Corporate Tax Cuts Don’t Create Jobs, They Enrich CEOs

A new study provides galling examples of this trend.

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Trump’s first-year jobs record was strong. Just not as strong as Obama’s last year – CNNMoney http://cnnmon.ie/2CKEDOw

Trump’s first-year jobs record was strong. Just not as strong as Obama’s last year

Trump’s first-year jobs record was strong. Just not as strong as Obama’s last year

Employers added about 2 million jobs during Trump’s first year in office, but that fell just short of Obama’s record his final year in office.

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The Trump Job Market Looks A Lot Like The Obama Job Market | FiveThirtyEight http://53eig.ht/2yHMbzV

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Ray Dalio: 70% chance of recession before 2020 election – The roaring American economy will probably sink into a recession before President Trump stands for re-election in 2020… https://cnnmon.ie/2KJy2Ey

Hedge fund billionaire: 70% chance of recession before 2020 election

Hedge fund billionaire: 70% chance of recession before 2020 election

Hedge fund billionaire: 70% chance of recession before 2020 election

The roaring American economy is likely to sink into a recession prior to President Trump’s bid to get reelected in 2020.

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GOP tax plan means short-term gains, but federal debt is primed to explode: … the CBO estimated the cumulative deficit over the next decade will be $1.6 trillion larger than previously projected. By 2028, the national debt would total 96 percent of GDP. https://cnb.cx/2ri7y5N

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