Category Archives: Business

Jane Sanders cries sexism in bank-fraud accusations as GOP hits back

Amazing how Demonrats cry foul, when they get caught committing crimes, isn’t it? Sen. Bernie Sanders’ wife, Jane Sanders, is crying sexism against the man responsible for an FBI investigation into the allegations she fraudulently obtained a loan for the Vermont college she once oversaw.

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Senate G.O.P. Leaders to Unveil Health Care Bill to Try Winning Over Skeptics

They still do’t get it….we want government out of healthcare, not create the policies for us. Senate Republican leaders were poised on Thursday to unveil a fresh proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, revising their bill to help hold down insurance costs for consumers while keeping a pair of taxes on high-income people …

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Health insurers in Montana request premium rate hikes as high as 23%

Health care insurers in Montana have requested premium rate hikes as high as 23 percent for next year, according to the state’s insurance commissioner. The three insurers serving the individual market in Montana are Blue Cross and Blue Shield, PacificSource, and one of the few remaining co-ops created out of Obamacare, Montana Health Co-Op.

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House reaches deal on biggest expansion of GI Bill in decade

Both  have reached initial agreement on the biggest expansion of college aid for military veterans in a decade, removing a 15-year time limit to tap into benefits and boosting money for thousands in the National Guard and Reserve.

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Businesses warn of price hikes, staff cuts as minimum wage increases kick in

More than a dozen cities and counties across the country rang in the summer season by raising their minimum wage – but businesses warn that the bid to boost worker pay could backfire on employees just like it has in Seattle.

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Trump Told G-20 Leaders They Were ‘Largely Responsible’ for US Trade Deficit

Friday President Trum[p told G-20 leaders in a private meeting they were “largely responsible” for the U.S. trade deficit, The Wall Street Journal reported.

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De Blasio jets to Germany to join G-20 protesters, skips police ceremony

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is taking heat for jetting off to Germany to join G-20 protesters on Thursday, a day after an NYPD cop was assassinated in the Bronx.

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German Chancellor Merkel takes aim at US policy

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is criticizing U.S. policy ahead of the G20 leaders summit that she is hosting. Wednesday Merkel repeated a comment  that she had made at a campaign event in late May, saying that Europe can no longer entirely rely on the U.S. In an interview with weekly Die Zeit, Merkel was asked if she …

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Sanders blames Republicans for FBI probe of wife

Typical left wing nut…..blame others for their own wrongdoing. Face facts Bernie, you and your wife got caught being corrupts. Sen. Bernie Sanders pointed the finger squarely at Republicans for kicking up a federal probe into allegations his wife fraudulently obtained a loan for the Vermont college she once led, saying Sunday the Republican National Committee …

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Trump says he has a ‘big surprise on health care, Secretary Dr. Tom Price weighs in

Tuesday, Senate GOP leaders delayed the vote on legislation to overhaul the Affordable Care Act  but Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price says he’s still confident the bill will pass.

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