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The Bank of Japan is on the frontline of these mounting troubles.

Another Japanese recession? Brace for heavy weather ahead.

This time it is giant corporations who are hooked on cheap debt.

The ‘mother of all credit bubbles’ is brewing — and this time it isn’t household debt.

Democrats can still give America the gift of laughter. They are past masters of the low art of farce.

A farce is a comedy marked by buffoonery and crude, ludicrously impossible events. So is the Democratic party.

The Senate will not make a sustained recovery until McConnell no longer leads it.

This isn’t a family business that McConnell is driving into the ground; it’s the Senate, the rock of the republic.

Trump isn’t doing this for a Nobel Prize, and he’s willing to walk away from a bad deal.

As Trump has made clear in other negotiations, he is looking for a real outcome—a change in behavior—not a quick win on paper for the cameras.

Yes, Trump is awful. But that doesn't mean he's always, invariably wrong.

Trump: “I have stated my concerns with Amazon long before the Election. Unlike others, they pay little or no taxes to state & local governments, use our Postal System as their Delivery Boy (causing tremendous loss to the U.S.), and are putting many thousands of retailers out of business!”

Trump holds the high cards when it comes to China, and, unlike his predecessors, he knows it.

Beijing can huff and puff, but America holds the high cards. Expect the Chinese to back down quickly—or watch their economy and political system fall apart.