Guinevere Ellison-Giles Washington Post The United States is a prime example of capitalism. Our country’s industries and trade is controlled by private owners for profit. The government does not have much of a say in how these private industries attain … Continue reading Capitalism and Feudalism
Omar Bonilla C-SPAN Classroom Deliberations A terrorist attack happened in San Bernardino, CA on December 2, 2015. The FBI found an attacker’s iPhone to acquire evidence, yet they ran into a problem; they couldn’t unlock the iPhone’s security. When the … Continue reading Secure Persons, Papers, and Effects
Jason Finley (NBR.com) Ralph Lauren has decided to close a location on Fifth Avenue in New York City because the store has seen an 11 percent decline in sales in the past year. It was suspected that this location will … Continue reading Fifth Avenue Flagship
Daniela Leandro (CNBC) A new market high: First ETF to target marijuana stocks The Trump administration is considering renegotiating aged trade agreements with North American neighbors, such as Canada. Canada’s new trade is a first type exchange-trade that puts them … Continue reading O Canada! O Cannabis!
Shabana Ram Trump orders U.S. steel be used for oil and gas pipelines, while Pa. project sits on foreign-made supply On January 24th, 2017, President Donald Trump signed his name with potentially significant implications for the oil and gas industry … Continue reading Pipeline Made in America
Since Donald Trump was elected President last year in November, the stock market has gone up. People seem to be more hopeful than in the recent past because of Trump’s promises of lower taxes and tax reform. The Dow Jones … Continue reading Dow Continues to Rise