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Posted in: Several countries extend oil cuts to boost prices See in context

Key oil customers ignoring Biden's Russian oil sanctions, or they'd be forced to buy elsewhere, and prices would be easily +$100/barrel, how far north, anybody's guess.

Thank you, China and India especially, but don't forget many buyers simply refining Russian oil and re-selling finished goods, same net effect on keeping lid on prices.

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Posted in: Yes, Trump’s PACs really can pay his legal fees See in context

Trump Support due to not being Establishment Career Politician, almost all in both parties bought and paid for by the Donor class Globalist Special Interests. They understand these Globalists busy attacking him legally.

Trump takes NO industry PAC money - thus can govern freely without conditions on policies, unlike Biden and almost all elected politicians.

Biden's masterclass Establishment Pol, enriched family for decades, no business other than influence peddling.

Primary Reason 85% Top 1% income support Biden, Why Election Interference Lawfare taking place etc.

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Posted in: Yes, Trump’s PACs really can pay his legal fees See in context

Trump's rich in assets not highly liquid. Upcoming Truth Social IPO, his stake approx. $4B in stock, locked up for 6 months=no sales. Ditto real estate equity, $billions, income on this equity less expenses=primary $cash flow.

Trump correctly fund raising for legal expenses, purely function candidacy for Presidency = pure partisan election interference. Never happened in US history until now, most voters don't like it = Un-Democratic Lawfare.

Seems SCOTUS also concerned by Election Lawfare!

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Did you see the poll of US historians that put 45 in last place among all US Presidents? Even lower than the guy who died after only a month in office. The same poll of US historians in 2018 also put him at the bottom.

Selection bias, approx. 92% of tenured academics are democrats. Same poll with small business, see results change 180 degrees, Nikki gets it, political silly season!

Nikki's strength, broad appeal, but not passionate support, like Biden, thus nobody's fighting for him now, he won't make ticket, d's will pull the plug this summer.

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Nikki has to endorse Trump if she cares about her future, which she does. Must prove herself as Trump campaign surrogate. MAGA movement not going away, she'll need for the decades ahead, as she's only 52 = long game!

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Posted in: SpaceX launches its eighth long-duration crew to orbit for NASA See in context

Elon busy making history and a new important industry while special interest globalists focus on their envy. Nice if we more Elon's busy re-investing, rather than corrupt Oligarchy Monopolists and their many zero-sum games

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Who in their right mind would view below as "things are great" in the US? It's just one snapshot, but an important one from a highly credible source released on Sunday.

CBS news poll today, 46% remember Trump's term as Good/Excellent. Biden current term, 33% Good/Excellent

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Anyone can cherry pick, manipulate or flat out lie about polling. Advise all interested in this election, no matter who they support to look at all polling.

Candidates like Nikki do every day. Below, great polling source updated daily, includes all polling. If things are great, incumbent politicians have nothing worry about!

https://www.realclearpolling.com/latest-polls

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Posted in: Yemen's Houthis say they will continue sinking British ships See in context

Houthis are another Pawn in Great Powers Global Proxy Wars underway, leading to massive increase in weapons proliferation, defense spending and other nonproductive dangerous activities damaging economy and sentiment.

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Posted in: Yes, Trump’s PACs really can pay his legal fees See in context

Many of Trump's lawyers hope to get prestigious 1600 job, he motivates them with this carrot, real resume builder!

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

CBS news poll today, 46% remember Trump's term as Good/Excellent. Biden current term, 33% Good/Excellent

Didn’t you write just this morning that “key swing states matter most, not national.

All believe swing states will decide election, but national polls instructive, as they sample from swing states too!

Nikki knows Trump = nominee, above poll result did not happen due to 'news'; rather voters carefully comparing their "are you better off than 4 years ago?" calculation.

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Posted in: Japan's Nikkei tops 40,000 for first time, as investors await China political meeting See in context

More proof Govt. busy trying to prop up confidence in society with more BOJ EFT share purchase etc.

Meanwhile, consumer spending, savings and income all falling on an inflation adjusted basis. Go figure.

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Variety is the spice of life (Benjamin Franklin), makes for more interesting and healthy debate and discussion.

That's why we have elections! Nikki held up well, should be proud, has great future ahead at 52 in the Republican party, all respect her integrity, but still got lots to learn!

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Posted in: Several countries extend oil cuts to boost prices See in context

One must remember Biden Admin busy trying to refill US strategic oil reserves they ran down in 2022 and 2023. OPEC and OPEC plus playing it smart, Biden trashed oil prices by flooding the market, now it's $payback time.

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Real problem for Biden, lack of engagement, people don't believe he's fit, even democrats if one believes polling. Nikki in normal year would have had real shot, but in crazy dangerous times Trump's track-record = key.

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Nikki sees the writing on wall for 2024, people want stability, especially secure borders, low inflation, low interest rates and no crazy risk of WW III over Ukraine territorial matters stemming from their 10year Civil War.

Makes sense, times are too dangerous for someone who needs 1600 learning curve. She'll be great Trump Election Surrogate, probably gets Cabinet Post, effective at reaching out to women and democrats etc.

Below polling means, Biden's not likely on Nov Ticket, cannot recover from chaos of High Prices, illegals, inflation, raging wars, High Interest Rates, Crime, etc.

CBS news poll today, 46% remember Trump's term as Good/Excellent. Biden current term, 33% Good/Excellent.

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Nikki must have been asking herself all this time...."why have all these heavy hitting democratic donors been giving me all this $cash, what their candidate Biden?"

Answer? Democratic desperation, as $playing in the other party's nomination process rarely goes well.

CBS news poll today, 46% remember Trump's term as Good/Excellent. Biden current term, 33% Good/Excellent.

Hard for elderly Biden to recover from such polling, people miss Trump's results more and more, Nikki gets it.

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

Nikki thankfully ruled out 3rd party and No Labels, so she's keeping her 2028 options alive, while burning up plenty of democratic globalist donor cash in the process.

Nikki will pull the plug tomorrow/Tue, #2 in delegates, she'll put her campaign on 'pause', wait and see stuff, likely she steps up as real Trump Surrogate, seems the d's bought her head fake, she's two timed them!

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Posted in: Super Tuesday's dominance highlights how presidential selection process can exclude many U.S. voters See in context

There's nothing successful an economy running a Govt. defict at approximately 15% of GDP while overall GDP is around 3%. It's terrifying to most voters actually and very inflationary, meaning strong $ and high interest rates.

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Posted in: Super Tuesday's dominance highlights how presidential selection process can exclude many U.S. voters See in context

Trump believes in private sector and market forces, not Govt. mandates. Turns out many in swing states agree with him!

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Posted in: Super Tuesday's dominance highlights how presidential selection process can exclude many U.S. voters See in context

Many in Swing States like betting markets, do not expect Biden to be on Nov. ticket. They expect terrible polling like below is unrecoverable, so he'll turn over all his delegates to DNC and step aside for health reasons.

CBS news poll today, 46% remember Trump's term as Good/Excellent. Biden current term, 33% Good/Excellent.

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

CBS news poll today, 46% remember Trump's term as Good/Excellent. Biden current term, 33% Good/Excellent.

Voters like peace, prosperity and stability vs. opposite, Nikki has no Presidential track record, unlike Trump and Biden, so most deem her too risky/unknown for the job.

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Posted in: Haley wins DC Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory See in context

DC also remembers violent BLM protests! Nikki naturally does well with democratic stronghold DC relative to Trump.

Nikki did get crushed this weekend in Idaho, Missouri and Michigan. Super Tue will be very bad for her. Her appeal, crossover voters from democratic party voting anti Trump. They will not support her in the general.

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Posted in: Super Tuesday's dominance highlights how presidential selection process can exclude many U.S. voters See in context

CBS news poll today, 46% remember Trump's term as Good/Excellent. Biden current term, 33% Good/Excellent.

That's the polling in a nutshell including in Swing States, voters like peace, prosperity and stability vs. opposite.

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Posted in: Yes, Trump’s PACs really can pay his legal fees See in context

CBS news poll today, 46% remember Trump's term as Good/Excellent. Biden current term, 33% Good/Excellent.

That's the polling in a nutshell including in Swing States, voters like peace, prosperity and stability vs. opposite.

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Posted in: Yes, Trump’s PACs really can pay his legal fees See in context

Most experts believe Trump's doing very well legally and the big civil verdict against his organization will be easily reversed on appeal and he'll counter sue for legal fees and damages. More importantly, Democratic Lawfare against Trump not working with voters = Un-Democratic

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Posted in: Super Tuesday's dominance highlights how presidential selection process can exclude many U.S. voters See in context

If most better off in US, including swing states, how does anyone square the polling circles? By 3:1 margin, voters feel US on WRONG Track and WORSE off Financially.

High Price, sustained inflation, crushing interest rates (which don't get counted in inflation calc.), is why above's the polling reality. Massive illegal immigration and historic deficit spending fueling inflation and crime.

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Posted in: Super Tuesday's dominance highlights how presidential selection process can exclude many U.S. voters See in context

Breaking news, hardly a swing state, but Nikki just won her first primary, DC!!!!! She picks up 19 delegates!!

Only swing state voting on Super Tue North Carolina, Trump's ahead in polling. Should be sleeper, Trump likely picks up +90% of delegates of Super Tue delegates, majority of delegates by 12th March, winning nomination.

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Posted in: Yes, Trump’s PACs really can pay his legal fees See in context

Citizens United spoke to rights of corps. to make campaign contributions, nothing to do with legal costs surrounding this Biden DOJ Lawfare political strategy.

Never in US history has the sitting President's DOJ and his political operatives pursued legal attacks against their #1 political opponent. Most voters, non-partisans and independents don't like it = Un-Democratic

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Posted in: Super Tuesday's dominance highlights how presidential selection process can exclude many U.S. voters See in context

Recent 4Q 3.2% US GDP growth does not reflect how voters actually feel in swing states and elsewhere. High prices, sustained inflation and High interest rates. Few feel better off financially under Biden, MOST worse off.

Why? Crazy Govt Deficit spending below, as Private sector consumption's NOT Good. CNBC, US Govt. Deficit Growing $1Trillion now EVERY 100 days, approx. 15% US GDP annualized basis.

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