• U.S. economic growth slows despite Trump's tax cuts. So was pushing his Tax Cuts just another Trump Con Job placed on America?

    The nation’s economic growth slowed in the first three months of the year despite large tax cuts kicking in, raising new questions about whether the U.S. can reach the growth levels Trump has promised. Consumer spending dropped to its lowest level in nearly five years after an unusually strong end of 2017. It was... show more
    The nation’s economic growth slowed in the first three months of the year despite large tax cuts kicking in, raising new questions about whether the U.S. can reach the growth levels Trump has promised. Consumer spending dropped to its lowest level in nearly five years after an unusually strong end of 2017. It was up 1.1percent in the first quarter compared with 4percent in the fourth quarter of last year, which was the best in three years. A big reason for the decline was that consumers spent $19 billion less on motor vehicles. http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/busi...
    7 answers · 9 hours ago
  • What will be the cost to American citizens when the rest of the world retaliates against Trump?

    Best answer: 2.6 million jobs will be lost, prices on consumers goods will increase any about 15%, and we make have a minor recession on our hands.
    Best answer: 2.6 million jobs will be lost, prices on consumers goods will increase any about 15%, and we make have a minor recession on our hands.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • However, government has since deregulated the gas and electric companies. What has been the economic impact on pricing?

    Natural monopolies give rise to a monopoly that is socially justifiable. Two telephone companies, or gas companies, or water companies, or electricity companies in the same city would be highly inconvenient and costly as long as transmission requires wires and pipes. In such instances, it makes sense for... show more
    Natural monopolies give rise to a monopoly that is socially justifiable. Two telephone companies, or gas companies, or water companies, or electricity companies in the same city would be highly inconvenient and costly as long as transmission requires wires and pipes. In such instances, it makes sense for government to grant exclusive franchises and then regulate the resulting monopoly through price to ensure the public interest is protected. A regulatory commission may attempt to establish the legal price for the monopolist that is equal to marginal cost at the quantity of output chosen. This is called the “socially optimal price.” However, government has since deregulated the gas and electric companies. What has been the economic impact on pricing?
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • Are people necessary anymore?

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  • I commented on her photo and she responded....?

    Im a novice with women. Still at my age. Im still a virgin. And there's this gorgeous chick i found on instagram and she lives somewhat near me. I dont know her personally and she doesnt know me. But we have mutual friends. Aquaintances i know that know her. I started following her. Liking her posts. Last night... show more
    Im a novice with women. Still at my age. Im still a virgin. And there's this gorgeous chick i found on instagram and she lives somewhat near me. I dont know her personally and she doesnt know me. But we have mutual friends. Aquaintances i know that know her. I started following her. Liking her posts. Last night on her story she put a racy selfie of her in a bra making this pose. I just commented "what a tease lol" i know her intention from that post and her intention on getting response. Thats why i pointed it out to her with my comment. And im not a fool. I just dont comment and go behind any attractive girl online. Im not kickass like that. But just seeing this girl i was so into her and believing i can get with her from the start so i try to just put myself out there. But i was surprised that she responded to me. She responded with a laughing emoji. I dont take it as much. I cant understand women but what does it mean when she responded with a laugh. What was so funny about me calling her a tease?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which states are going to be the ones that are impacted the most by the retaliatory Tariffs from Canada, Mexico , Europe and China?

    Best answer: Most likely the ones that supported Trump. That is precisely where the tariff would be calculated to hit the most.
    "Kick us in the shin, are you? We'll kick you in the balls!"
    Best answer: Most likely the ones that supported Trump. That is precisely where the tariff would be calculated to hit the most.
    "Kick us in the shin, are you? We'll kick you in the balls!"
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there a country that teaches economics in high school?

    Best answer: supposedly the US does
    Best answer: supposedly the US does
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is this a good essay on the question "is greed good for the U.S. economy"?

    Greed is good for the US economy. The reason being is that more companies have been able to gain money through greed. It encourages innovation and allows anyone that is willing to work hard and invest in themselves through education can succeed. It is the only system where people can rise from poverty to become... show more
    Greed is good for the US economy. The reason being is that more companies have been able to gain money through greed. It encourages innovation and allows anyone that is willing to work hard and invest in themselves through education can succeed. It is the only system where people can rise from poverty to become wealthy. In socialist societies the become two classes. There is minimal opportunity to work from one class to another. Here in us for example when you look at the fortune 500 many of the companies are less than 30 years old. We have Microsoft, Apple, and the Enterprises, etc. that were able to come from nowhere and grow quickly. With these new companies comes new jobs, opportunity, and economic growth in addition to efficiencies across the board making all of our companies more competitive. If there were no greed, this would not be possible. When you look into the past, we were able to do a lot with greed. We made it to the moon. We have the most technoligible phones around including the iPhone X. Steve Jobs made this company that made the iPhones by using greed to get this money. When you look into the future, Amazon is becoming even more significant than Wal*mart, because it is more convenient to humans and also Amazon is using greed to get more money than Wal*mart. Mars One is also planning a trip to Mars in the future using greed. This is all done by using greed.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are two features of capitalism?

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  • Does Norway have a significantly greater GDP per capita than the US because of its more socialist-leaning government or the other way around?

    Best answer: 1. Partly.

    But a crap load of oil and gas helps a lot.

    Sweden might be a better example.
    Best answer: 1. Partly.

    But a crap load of oil and gas helps a lot.

    Sweden might be a better example.
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why are poor people more likely to be violent or rude then rich people?

    Is it because those are often factors that lead to poverty in the first place, no one wants to either hire, or give a high salary to someone with those types of personalities
    Is it because those are often factors that lead to poverty in the first place, no one wants to either hire, or give a high salary to someone with those types of personalities
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why can’t everything be free?

    Best answer: Money is a medium of exchange that works in proxy of a barter. Without money, you would have to trade whatever you can produce for things you need. Otherwise, you are stuck with whatever that is. So if you grow cabbages, you are stuck eating nothing but cabbages unless you can trade some of those cabbages for... show more
    Best answer: Money is a medium of exchange that works in proxy of a barter. Without money, you would have to trade whatever you can produce for things you need. Otherwise, you are stuck with whatever that is. So if you grow cabbages, you are stuck eating nothing but cabbages unless you can trade some of those cabbages for other things you want. The system is extremely inefficient and will give rise to conflict and starvation. Money, meanwhile, is a representation of goods and of labor. With it, you do not need to specifically trade X number of cabbages for Y pounds of meat, instead you trade the cabbages for Z dollars which can then be universally traded for other goods.
    14 answers · 3 weeks ago