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Trump Bump 2

OK, here we go, America. We’d still like to see tax cuts before Obamacare reform (we’ve provided some ideas to Trump), because we think a little profit bump will help more companies than Obamacare changes help consumers, but who knows? … Continue reading

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Show Us the Money!

There seems to be some confusion in the Trump camp about whether they should put lower taxes or affordable health care at the top of their agenda. For us, as representatives of the small business community (and we’re on the … Continue reading

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Hail and Farewell

This is an old Navy term that connotes the changing of command, and it’s about the nicest thing I could say regarding the departure of Barry and the Gangsters. Farewell to Little Barry.¬† Thank God that we only have to … Continue reading

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What’re You Going to Do in 2017?

OK, forget the disasters of the Obama years, other than the fact that we suspect he’s going to be an annoying presence on the US and global stage for some years to come. Worse than Jimmy Carter. But on to … Continue reading

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What to Expect of Trump

The unexpected. The Donald is a good listener, even for a New Yorker, and he absorbs what you say and synthesizes what you say on a topic with what others say. There’s the public Trump, which sounds authoritarian, but he … Continue reading

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Donald, Dinesh and Hillary HooHah

This is a business blog, and a small business blog at that, but the big faceoff tonight deserves some comment. Right on cue, mainstream media has been unrelentingly negative on their treatment of the Donald. Wall Street Journal, MSN.com, AOL. … Continue reading

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The Trump Meltdown

Donald can win the presidency by being more focused. Here’s how. Continue reading

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Hamlet Ryan

This isn’t a political blog, but we do get into leadership, or lack of it. Whatever you might say about the Donald, he’s a leader. Get on the noisy¬†train, or he’ll diss you and you’d wish you’d been thrown off. … Continue reading

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Trumpism Does Add Up

If Princeton professor Alan Blinder were my student and had written a paper such as what appeared in the Wall Street Journal on 3/25, it would be marked either ‘incomplete’ or a ‘D’. He’s a pretty well known guy and … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal Agonistes

It’s fun to watch the venerable WSJ gnash its journalistic teeth to come to support Trump. Dan Henninger in particular, in his latest column. Dan, you had ‘The Speech” when Trump rode down the escalator and declared I want to … Continue reading

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