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America’s Economy is Great, That’s Good for Americans: Thanks Trump!

America, USA–The American economy is better than ever right now thanks to the cutting of regulations and unrestricted ability for business competition brought on by the Trump administration.

Thanks Trump, for helping our economy grow stronger, instead of restricting and slowing it with bad policy and poorly conceived agenda.

Trump’s stance on cutting regulations strengthens the American economy, it’s basic economics. Democrat policy calls for more regulations which limits the growth of economics and reduces the amount of money in your pocketbook.

This holiday shopping season think of the benefits and incentives allotted by our strong American economy, which is a direct result of limiting regulations and allowing free market capitalism to thrive.

St Paul Trash & Force Mejure: $35 million Tax Increase?

13.6 Precent of Americans have -$38k Networth

Share track: Cancelled Comcast, Saved $80 a Month

Why aren’t You Paid for Your Time on Social Media?

FROGTOWN, ST PAUL–The average person spends 2 hours and 22 minutes of their day on social media. If that person was making minimum wage for their time (average in US $7.25), they would have made $5,874.67 in a year.

That’s a credit card paid off, like, yesterday. That money could be new clothes for the kids. That money could be a student loan reduced by a large percentage, or entirely gone. Imagine.

And most, if not all of us are paid no money to be on social media. And social media makes money off of us through advertising and using our personal data.

So, think about that next time you log on to scroll, those hours could be dollars to better your situation, to pay attention to a loved one, to change your life.

But today, the average person lines the pocketbook of another, without a notice or a care in the real world. Today, you can get what you deserve for your time, just think.

Advice: Complaining

Pawternity vs. Paternity: A Slap in the Face to Fatherhood

Believe it or not, their is pawternity leave in our world today, even when paternity leave exists in the dark ages. As a father, I consider the idea of pawternity a slap in the face to fatherhood, and a poorly written joke. Shouldn’t America, along with its companies, focus on embracing a model that promotes, encourages, and allows strong families, allows fathers to be fathers? Perhaps it is time I get a dog and start reaping the benefits of this privilege.  Or maybe we need to start respecting the dignity and importance of actual human fathers every where, instead of making the idea of them a monstrosity of a joke.