Author: Steve Slavin

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Tax Reform: Keep It Simple

Let us begin with a simple fact: Since January, when the Republicans took over the presidency as well as both house of Congress, they have not passed anything approaching a major piece of legislation. So what’s the problem? The problem […]

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Alabama Senate Race: It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

On Thursday, the Washington Post published an article alleging that Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of had had sexual relationships with four teen-age girls when he was in his thirties. These accusations completely roiled the election scheduled for December […]

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The Great Middle-Class Tax Cut

Congressional Republicans are hard at work trying to produce a law that not only provides a large middle-class income tax cut, but also provides substantial tax reform. Although it will be a few days before even the basic framework is […]

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Donna Brazile’s Revelation – What Might Have Been

Former Democratic National Committee Chair Donna Brazile’s tell-all revelation that Hillary Clinton’s campaign team had been given effective control in the spring of 2015, raises a very interesting question. Had the DNC maintained its independence and neutrality, would Vermont Senator […]

Marc Faber’s America in Black and White

Marc Faber’s America in Black and White

It is truly amazing that even in our era of supposed political correctness, a respected financial advisor like Marc Faber, aka Dr. Doom, could publicly make the claim that the United States is much better off than it would have […]

Apple’s iPhone X Marketing Strategy

Apple’s iPhone X Marketing Strategy

Months ago, when it became increasingly apparent that the then still unnamed new iPhone would be in short supply for months after it arrived this fall, I suggested that Apple Corporation could raise its profits by billions of dollars by […]