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    Economic Implications of President Trump's Proposed Budget for America

    A national budget is a way of interpreting political direction and motives in an economic way. I have organized, founded and managed banks. Let me assure you that economists and bankers know that a clear way to get to know a customer, company, or nation that wants to borrow money is to learn to read the client's "budget" and financial projections like a book. We have been reading President  Trump's proposed budget and find it the most revolutionary document that has been presented by an American president in nearly a century. It has more profound implications for our economy, our society and how we may be governed than anything Trump has done, said or tweeted. Now, this budget is not yet approved or implemented. No doubt there will be thousands of Americans and airplanes filled with businessmen, politicians and lobbyists coming to D.C. to change it, to protect their special interests.  But with Republicans controlling both the House and the Senate, much of this budget could be approved. You need to be aware of what is in this budget and the implications for your business, family, town, state, and, of course, the nation.

    The good thing about reading numbers is that it filters out much of the emotional knee-jerk reactions out of a conversation. So let us take a look at some of the things the budget numbers tell us that this administration wants to do. 

     

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  • Mar 9, 2017 | Business  

    Terry Brunner and "Grow New Mexico" can help you get loans and grants for your project!

    "Big Sky Voices" recently interviewed Terry Brunner. Terry was the USDA Statewide Manager of the Rural Development Department. Terry told Ben Boothe and Victor Waumett that under his leadership, $1.2 billion has been inserted into the New Mexico's economy through grants, loans and a variety of funding sources. Hundreds of businesses exist in New Mexico because of his efforts...

     

  • Jan 19, 2017 | Business  

    Chart of Job Creation Under Obama, 2010-2016

    In January of 2009, Obama was stunned to see the depth of the recession he inherited. USA's workers lost 800,000 jobs in one month. This unprecedented free-fall, inherited from George W. Bush, suggested that without dynamic and quick leadership this nation was headed for the worst depression since the 1930s. Plus, the auto industry of Detroit was on its knees...

     

  • Jan 11, 2017 | Business  

    Shad Adair Shows How to Make Jobs, Better Economy and Personal Income in Movie Industry

    Insert click on You Tube Link here to watch: Shad Adair was a businessman and an adviser for the SBA's SCORE program when he looked into the movie business. "I learned that the movies make money for actors, writers, cameramen, production people and studios," he told us in a recent interview. So he went into the movies, and now he is looking at "five promising scripts...

     

  • Nov 17, 2016 | Business  

    Bank Corruption, Again This time J.P. Morgan/Chase, AGAIN

    J.P. MORGAN BANK CORRUPTION CASE IN CHINA AND USA It seems now proven, after three years of investigation, that J.P. Morgan showed favoritism in hiring children of important Chinese officials to open the doors for greater business in China. Again, corruption in the banking system in the largest banks seems endemic to the "big bank" industry...

     

  • Sep 21, 2016 | Business  

    Central Bank Digital Currencies: A Revolution in Banking?

    Central Bank Digital Currencies: A Revolution in Banking? By , | News Analysis, TRUTHOUT Reprinted with permission of Ellen Brown Several central banks, including the Bank of England, the People's Bank of China, the Bank of Canada and the Federal Reserve, are exploring the concept of issuing their own digital currencies, using the blockchain technology developed for Bitcoin...

     

  • Aug 19, 2016 | Business  

    5 WAYS TO CREATE NEW INDUSTRY AND JOBS IN AMERICA

    Millions of manufacturing jobs have left the USA in the last decade, hollowing out towns and cities throughout the USA. Don Trump says he will bring the jobs back by "putting a 30 percent tariff on goods made overseas when they enter the USA." Tariffs are not the answer, because they tend to cause international tariff wars that tend to slow trade and impair economic growth in multiple ways...

     

  • Jun 26, 2016 | Business  

    Economic Trends, Adjusted Income and Home Ownership in the USA

    NOTE FROM : We appreciated this article and thought our readers would value the research. Our credit and thanks to Rob Butcher for posting the charts on the internet. The first chart shows that the top segment of Americans have seen the fastest growth in income. The average income of the top tier in 2014 was over $330,000.00 per year, while the Middle Class was slightly over $50,000.00...

     

  • May 16, 2016 | Business  

    Gold Depository Coming to Texas?!

    Gold depository could soon be on its way to Texas A Texas Bullion Depository could soon be in the works One proposal calls for building a facility in Shiner A depository could be in place by late this year or early next year
    Texas’ gold depository is still in the works but officials say Texans will soon have a place to store

     

  • May 15, 2016 | Business  

    Saudi Arabia's Credit Rating Downgraded

    Saudi Arabia’s credit rating has been downgraded by Moody’s because of the . "This is appropriate, let them feel the bite of their own policies." said Ben B. Boothe, Sr., oil field appraiser in New Mexico and the USA. "We have seen over 300,000 jobs lost in America due to Saudi Arabia's policies, plus many oil companies have been pushed to bankruptcy or insolvency...

     

  • Mar 28, 2016 | Business  

    Trends for 2016

    WORLD TRENDS FOR 2016 SEEM NEGATIVE, BUT THERE IS ENCOURAGING PROGRESS IN SOME AREAS We continue to interview banking and finance leaders and pass these interesting items that are impacting trends in in U.S. Economy in early 2016. Dollar strength. This one is a two edged sword. A lower dollar seems to help U.S. exports, and help our "service economy"...

     

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