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Producers Set to Extend Cuts as Rally Stalls: OPEC Reality Check (Bloomberg)

Reeling from the worst oil-market rout in a generation, producers controlling about 60 percent of the world’s supply came together last year determined to put an end to the global glut. 

OPEC's Worst Cheater Will Get Harder to Ignore as Curbs Falter (Bloomberg)

OPEC’s second biggest producer is also its biggest cheater.

And if past is prologue, that lengthens the odds the group will be able to squeeze too many more price gains out of its output cuts.

Euro Rebounds to Six-Month High on Merkel While Dollar Steadies (Bloomberg)

The euro climbed to a six-month high, rebounding from an early decline, after Chancellor Angela Merkel said the common currency was “too weak.” The dollar stabilized in a narrow range following the biggest weekly slump since July.

Commodity Traders Have a Really Big Problem (Bloomberg)

For commodity traders operating in the Information Age, just good old trading doesn’t cut it anymore.

Unlike the stock market in which transactions are typically based on information that’s public, firms that buy and sell raw materials thrived for decades in an opaque world where their metier relied on knowledge privy only to a few.

Credit Cards Give Investors Jitters, But Bankers Sleep Just Fine (Bloomberg)

For John McDonald, the math on credit cards is pretty simple.

“Generally, if the consumer has income, they pay their debts,” McDonald, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, said in a note to clients last week. “Consumer credit losses are driven predominantly by unemployment.”

Here’s Why the Fed Will Stay Central to Markets (The Wall Street Journal)

Federal Reserve officials grappling with the legacy of expansive stimulus would find it difficult to return to the central bank’s precrisis role on the sidelines of financial markets, analysts and central-bank watchers say.

Preakness is Latest Victory for Hedge Fund Billionaire Seth Klarman (The Wall Street Journal)

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Voters Smack Spain’s Political Leadership: Snap Spanish Presidential Elections Coming Up?

Courtesy of Mish.

Last year, the socialist party (PSOE) leadership ousted Pedro Sánchez as its head when Sánchez refused to allow a minority government of Mariano Rajoy to form. Susana Díaz took over as party head.

Socialist party elections were held yesterday. Sánchez ran again as an outsider and shocked the POSE leadership winning an outright majority of votes in a three-way race. This was a clear smack in the face to the party leadership who backed Susana Díaz.

With Sánchez back at the helm in Parliament, Rajoy has little chance of getting his legislation passed. Rajoy now has his eye on calling snap elections.

The Guardian reports Spanish Socialists Re-Elect Pedro Sánchez to Lead Party.

Pedro Sánchez has regained the leadership of Spain’s bitterly divided socialist party seven months after being ousted in a coup that laid bare the faultlines within the PSOE and left its status as the main opposition party in jeopardy.

On Sunday night, Sánchez took 50% of the vote, sailing past his main rival, Susana Díaz, the president of the PSOE stronghold of Andalusia, who took 40%. The former Basque president Patxi López finished third with 10%.

The PSOE has been in the hands of a caretaker administration since October, when Sánchez stepped down after powerful factions within the party rebelled against his refusal to allow Mariano Rajoy’s conservative People’s party (PP) to form a government.

Following his resignation, the PSOE abstained from Rajoy’s investiture debate, returning the PP to office and ending the 10-month political stalemate that had left Spain without a government after two inconclusive general elections.

Díaz, who was backed by party heavyweights including former PSOE prime ministers Felipe Gónzalez and José Luis Zapatero, had called for a more pragmatic approach to dealing with the PP.

Snap Elections

Eurointelligence fills in the remaining pieces of the story with commentary on snap elections.

The party will now hold its congress over the weekend of June 18 to renew its executive committee and approve its political platform. The danger for the PSOE is that the party may emerge from the congress divided, or that MPs and regional premiers will actively undermine Sánchez’ leadership.

Sánchez, who was never particularly to the left of the PSOE, rode a wave of members’ discontent about the party’s decision to abstain last


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JPM Cuts 10Y Yield Forecasts “Significantly Lower” Due To Weaker Inflation Outlook

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Just one day after Goldman reluctantly cut its 2017 year end forecast on the 10Y yield last Friday from 3.00% to 2.75%, “reflecting some added uncertainty on the US macro outlook” while conceded that “bond bears”, i.e., those clients who have listened to it, “have had a difficult 2017″ it was JPMorgan’s turn, and over the weekend JPM announced it was adjusting its US rate forecast “significantly lower”, slashing its year end 10Y yield target to 2.75% from 3%, reflecting “a weaker outlook on core inflation and reduced expectations around tax reform and infrastructure spending.”

In the note by JPM’s Jay Barry, the bank also trimmed most other tenor forecasts by 15bp-35bp lower, saying that the inflation outlook “has changed markedly” over past month based on weakness in core CPI in March and April. JPM also said that  as for fiscal stimulus, odds are rising that it “gets pushed into FY18.”

And also just like Goldman, JPM tried to hedge adding that “even so, UST yields should rise in coming weeks,” because markets “continue to underprice the risk of further Fed tightening,” and yields “have consistently risen” ahead of FOMC meetings that include SEP and press conference; also, Treasuries “appear locally rich to other DM government bond markets.”

Finally, JPM maintains its recommendation to hold shorts in the 3-year sector and urges 10s30s flatteners, as the curve is ~3bp too steep adjusted for market’s medium-term Fed and inflation expectations.

Meanwhile, the fed funds market continues to be blissfully disconnected from the recent sharp slowdown in US economic data surprises, which as noted previously has posted one of the biggest drops on record, and if the disappointment persists, it is not impossible that the Fed will punts its June rate hike which the market now assumes is virtually assured.





Biden 2020: Former VP Continues To Fuel Speculation Of Presidential Ambitions

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Last week at the SALT conference in Las Vegas, Joe Biden sent some mixed messages about a potential 2020 presidential run.  First, he took a shot at Hillary saying she “was never a great candidate” though he followed that up by adding that she “would have been a really good president”…which makes perfectly good sense.  Then Biden went on to talk about how he has no intentions of running in 2020 just before confirming that he “may very well do it.”

Of course, with politicians you can generally learn more about their intentions through their actions rather than their rhetoric.  And Biden’s intense speaking schedule seems to reflect that of a candidate that has presidential ambitions.  Per The Hill:

Still, Biden’s busy recent schedule of events and appearances suggests he hasn’t entirely ruled out another bid.

Biden has attended a hedge fund conference in Las Vegas and a fundraiser for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D). His jam-packed calendar also includes upcoming speeches at the Florida Democratic Party and at a few college commencements. Biden will also receive an award at the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) LGBT Gala next month.

But the appearance that drew the loudest buzz was Biden’s speech last month at a state party dinner in New Hampshire — a critical early state in the presidential primary circuit. During his speech, Biden sought to tamp down the 2020 rumors.

“When I got asked to speak, I knew it was going to cause speculation,” Biden said to applause, only to add, “Guys, I’m not running.”

Biden

If successful, Biden would be 78 by the time he took office making him, by far, the oldest president in history. 

A recent poll from Public Policy Polling found Biden as the leading Democratic contender in a hypothetical matchup against Trump with a head-to-head lead of 14 points, 54% to 40%.  Of course, we’ve seen this story playout before with pollsters persistently underestimating Trump’s support through 2016.

And while those numbers may seem comforting, even close Democratic strategists don’t think Biden will run in 2020.

“I don’t have any idea what he’s going to do other than what he says publicly, which is he’s not inclined to do it at this


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FPA Crescent Fund 1Q17 Letter, Audio, Transcript: Arconic Letter And More

By VW Staff. Originally published at ValueWalk.

FPA Crescent Fund commentary for the first quarter ended March 31, 2017.

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The FPA Crescent Fund (“the Fund”) returned 3.37% in the first quarter of 2017. This compares to the 6.07% return of the S&P 500 in the period and the 6.91% return of the MSCI ACWI index.

The first quarter was a strong one for global markets and the equity portion of our portfolio participated. The Fund’s top five performing positions added 2.08% to our return while the bottom five detracted -0.49%.

FPA Crescent Fund

Unlike the financial sector that dominated Crescent’s 2016 returns, there wasn’t any one sector that was an unusual driver of performance year to date. However, Arconic was one company that did stand out, increasing 42.41% in the quarter, which added 0.73% to the Fund’s first-quarter return.

Arconic’s recent stock price performance was neither a function of great industry fundamentals nor of the company successfully executing on plan. It was more a function of Elliott Management Corp., an activist investor, seeking a change in leadership.1 We would view such a change favorably as well.

My partner and co-portfolio manager, Brian Selmo, recently authored a letter to Arconic’s Board of Directors, expressing our disappointment with both the company’s board and management given their collective failure to manage the business and deliver shareholder value. Their destructive action (and inaction) left us little alternative but to publicly voice our opinion. That letter is available on our website: www.fpafunds.com.2

AIG’s fourth quarter results were disappointing, which caused its stock price to decline -3.44% in the first quarter, detracting -0.12% from performance in the period. However, AIG’s share price has increased slightly more than 20% in the trailing twelve month period. The company took an additional reserve to account for poorly underwritten Property…
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Why The Left Refuses To Talk About Venezuela

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute,

During the 2016 presidential election, Bernie Sanders refused to answer questions about Venezuela during an interview with Univision. He claimed to not want to talk about it because he’s “focused on my campaign.” Many suggested a more plausible reason: Venezuela’s present economy is an example of what happens when a state implements Bernie Sanders-style social democracy. 

Similarly, Pope Francis — who has taken the time to denounce pro-market ideologies for allegedly driving millions into poverty — seems uninterested in talking about the untrammeled impoverishment of Venezuela in recent years. Samuel Gregg writes in yesterday’s Catholic World Report

Pope Francis isn’t known as someone who holds back in the face of what he regards as gross injustices. On issues like refugees, immigration, poverty and the environment, Francis speaks forcibly and uses vivid language in doing so.

Yet despite the daily violence being inflicted on protestors in Venezuela, a steadily increasing death-toll, an explosion of crime, rampant corruption, galloping inflation, the naked politicization of the judiciary, and the disappearance of basic food and medical supplies, the first Latin American pope’s comments about the crisis tearing apart an overwhelming Catholic Latin American country have been curiously restrained.

This virtual silence comes in spite of the fact that the Catholic bishops who actually live in Venezuela have denounced the regime as yet another illustration of the “utter failure” of “socialism in every country in which this regime has been installed.”

Thus, for many Venezuelans, the question is: “Where is Pope Francis?”

As with Sanders, it may very well be that Francis has nothing to say about Venezuela precisely because the Venezuelan regime has pursued exactly the sorts of policies favored by Bernie Sanders, Pope Francis, and the usual opponents of market economics.

It’s an economic program marked by price controls, government expropriation of private property, an enormous welfare state, central planning, and endless rhetoric about equality, poverty relief, and fighting the so-called “neoliberals.” 

And, as Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has helpfully explained, “There are two models, the neoliberal model which destroys everything, and the Chavista model which is centered around people.”

The Chavista model is simply a mixture of social democracy and environmentalism which is easily recognizable as the Venezuelan version of the hard-left


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Here’s How Facebook Decides What You Can And Can’t See

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

One of Facebook’s overwhelmed content moderators – who reportedly sometimes have just 10 seconds to decide whether or not a piece of content is appropriate for the site’s immense user base or not – appears to have leaked a slideshow outlining the company’s complex rules for governing what Facebook’s 2 billion users can and cannot see to the Guardian.

The Guardian published the presentation in a series of slideshows divided into different topics: Sadism, violence, child abuse…

One of the slides outlining how the company handles depictions of graphic violence appeared with the following editor’s note:

“Some use language we would not usually publish, but to understand Facebook’s content policies, we decided to include it. See for yourself how Facebook’s polices what users post.”

It’s important to remember that Facebook’s moderators remove content “on report only,” meaning that millions of Facebook users could see a graphic image or video – such as a beheading – before it’s removed.

As one report notes, the guidelines “may also alarm free speech advocates concerned about Facebook’s de facto role as the world’s largest censor. Both sides are likely to demand greater transparency.”

Facebook employs about 4,500 “content moderators” but recently announced plans to hire another 3,000, the Guardian reported.

Here are some notable excerpts highlighted by the Guardian:

  • Remarks such as “Someone shoot Trump” should be deleted, because as a head of state he is in a protected category. But it can be permissible to say: “To snap a bitch’s neck, make sure to apply all your pressure to the middle of her throat”, or “fuck off and die” because they are not regarded as credible threats.
  • Videos of violent deaths, while marked as disturbing, do not always have to be deleted because they can help create awareness of issues such as mental illness.
  • Some photos of non-sexual physical abuse and bullying of children do not have to be deleted or “actioned” unless there is a sadistic or celebratory element.
  • Photos of animal abuse can be shared, with only extremely upsetting imagery to be marked as “disturbing”.
  • All “handmade” art showing nudity and sexual activity is allowed but digitally made art showing sexual activity is not.

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Undervalued Alliance Resource Partners, FCF/EV Yield 32%

By The Acquirer’s Multiple. Originally published at ValueWalk.

One of the cheapest stocks in The Acquirer’s Multiple All Investable – Stock Screener is Alliance Resource Partners, L.P. (NASDAQ:ARLP).

ARLP is a diversified producer and marketer of coal to major United States utilities and industrial users. The company is involved in the production and marketing of coal, and according to the company’s website is currently the second largest coal producer in the eastern United States with mining operations in the Illinois Basin and Appalachian coal producing regions. ARLP currently operates eight mining complexes in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland and West Virginia. ARLP also operates a coal loading terminal on the Ohio River at Mount Vernon, Indiana.

A quick look at the company’s share price over the past twelve months shows the stock has risen 49.66% to $22.30 which is 16% off its 52 week high.

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Latest Results

The company recently released its Q1 2017 results. Highlights included an 11.7% increase in Q1 2017 revenues of $461 Million compared to $413 million for the previous corresponding period (pcp). The company also reported a 23% increase in gross profits of $189 million compared to $153 million for the pcp, and a 96% improvement in operating income of $108 million compared to $55 million for the pcp. The net result was a 91% improvement in net income of $105 million compared to $55 million for the pcp.

More Room For Growth

ARLP has cleary delivered a strong performance in Q1 2017 and despite the stock being up 49.66% over the past twelve months, there’s still more room for growth.

The company has benefited from higher export volumes in Q1 2017, and its average sales price per ton increased due partly to the shipment of a 156,000 tons of metallurgical coal. ARLP has updated its guidance and anticipates shipping an additional 835,000 tons into the export markets over the rest of this year, including 130,000 tons of metallurgical coal. Most of these tons are expected to ship in the second quarter of this year.

ARLP has also stated it is increasing its estimates for FY 2017 and anticipates coal production in a range of 38.1 million to 39.1 million tons, and coal sales volumes of 38.5 million tons to 39.5 million tons of which 35.5 million tons are priced and committed.…
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Meet The Tens Of Millions Of Forgotten Americans That The U.S. Economy Has Left Behind

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Authjored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,

The evidence that the middle class in America is dying continues to mount.  As you will see below, nearly half the country would be unable “to cover an unexpected $400 expense”, and about two-thirds of the population lives paycheck to paycheck at least part of the time.  Of course the economy has not been doing that well overall in recent years.  Barack Obama was the only president in all of U.S. history not to have a single year when the economy grew by at least 3 percent, and U.S. GDP growth during the first quarter of 2017 was an anemic 0.7 percent.  During the Obama era, it is true that wealthy enclaves in New York, northern California and Washington D.C. did thrive, but meanwhile most of the rest of the country has been left behind.

Today, there are approximately 205 million working age Americans, and close to half of them have no financial cushion whatsoever.  In fact, a new survey conducted by the Federal Reserve has found that 44 percent of Americans do not even have enough money “to cover an unexpected $400 expense”

Nearly eight years into an economic recovery, nearly half of Americans didn’t have enough cash available to cover a $400 emergency. Specifically, the survey found that, in line with what the Fed had disclosed in previous years, 44% of respondents said they wouldn’t be able to cover an unexpected $400 expense like a car repair or medical bill, or would have to borrow money or sell something to meet it.

Not only that, the same survey discovered that 23 percent of U.S. adults will not be able to pay their bills this month

Just as concerning were other findings from the study: just under one-fourth of adults, or 23%, are not able to pay all of their current month’s bills in full while 25% reported skipping medical treatments due to cost in the prior year. Additionally, 28%


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Seth Rich Plot Thickens: “DC Insider” Speaks Of “Complete Panic” At Highest Levels Of DNC

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Last week, Fox News dropped a bombshell report officially confirming, via anonymous FBI sources, what many had suspected for quite some time, that murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich was the WikiLeaks source for leaks which proved that the DNC was intentionally undermining the campaign of Bernie Sanders. In addition to exposing the utter corruption of the DNC, the leaks cost Debbie Wasserman Shcultz her job as Chairwoman.

Of course, if it’s true that WikiLeaks’ emails came from a DNC insider it would destroy the “Russian hacking” narrative that has been perpetuated by Democrats and the mainstream media for the past several months.  Moreover, it would corroborate the one confirmation that Julian Assange has offered regarding his source, namely that it was “not a state actor.”

Meanwhile, the plot thickened a little more over the weekend when Kim Dotcom confirmed via Twitter that he was working with Seth Rich to get leaked emails to WikiLeaks.

I knew Seth Rich. I know he was the @Wikileaks source. I was involved. https://t.co/MbGQteHhZM

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 20, 2017

Which was followed up by the following posts on 4Chan’s /pol/ subgroup that high-ranking current and former Democratic Party officials are terrified of the Seth Rich murder investigation.

“Anons, I work in D.C.

I know for certain that the Seth Rich case has scared the shit out of certain high ranking current and former Democratic Party officials.

This is the reason why they have backed away from impeachment talk. They know the smoking gun is out there, and they’re terrified you will find it, because when you do it will bring the entire DNC, along with a couple of very big name politicians.

It appears that certain DNC thugs were not thorough enough when it came time to cover their tracks. Podesta saying he wanted to “make an example of the leaker” is a huge smoking gun.”

The post went on to claim that a “smoking gun in this case is out of the hands of the conspirators” which has resulted in near “open panic” in DC circles.

“The behavior is near open panic. To even mention this name in D.C. Circles [sic] will bring you under automatic


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Producers Set to Extend Cuts as Rally Stalls: OPEC Reality Check (Bloomberg)

Reeling from the worst oil-market rout in a generation, producers controlling about 60 percent of the world’s supply came together last year determined to put an end to the global glut. 

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JPM Cuts 10Y Yield Forecasts "Significantly Lower" Due To Weaker Inflation Outlook

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Just one day after Goldman reluctantly cut its 2017 year end forecast on the 10Y yield last Friday from 3.00% to 2.75%, "reflecting some added uncertainty on the US macro outlook" while conceded that "bond bears", i.e., those clients who have listened to it, "have had a difficult 2017" it was JPMorgan's turn, and over the weekend JPM announced it was adjusting its US rate forecast "significantly lower", sl...



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FPA Crescent Fund 1Q17 Letter, Audio, Transcript: Arconic Letter And More

By VW Staff. Originally published at ValueWalk.

FPA Crescent Fund commentary for the first quarter ended March 31, 2017.

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The FPA Crescent Fund (“the Fund”) returned 3.37% in the first quarter of 2017. This compares to the 6.07% return of the S&P 500 in the period and the 6.91% return of the MSCI ACWI index.

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Swing trading portfolio - week of May 22nd, 2017

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This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

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Stocks don't need the Trump bump anymore (Business Insider)

Does the stock market even need the Trump trade anymore?

Merely posing such a question may strike some equity enthusiasts as blasphemy. After all, in the months right after the presidential election, the sectors seen as most closely tied to President Donald Trump's proposed policies — most notably financials and industrials — soared.

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Bitcoin Soars Above $2000 For First Time Ever

Courtesy of Zero Hedge

Bitcoin is now up over 100% in 2017, amid global political uncertainty and increased interest in Asia, suddenly spiking above $2000 this afternoon for the first time ever...

That is a year-over-year gain of more than 350%. The move comes, as CoinDesk notes, amid a broader boost in the cryptocurrency market, which broke the $60bn barrier today. The increase has taken place amid strong surges from Ripple's XRP, which seeks to lower costs in enterprise cross-border payments, and ethereum's ether token, a cryptographic asse...



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Beyond just promise, CRISPR is delivering in the lab today

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Beyond just promise, CRISPR is delivering in the lab today

Courtesy of Ian HaydonUniversity of Washington

Precision editing DNA allows for some amazing applications. Ian Haydon, CC BY-ND

There’s a revolution happening in biology, and its name is CRISPR.

CRISPR (pronounced “crisper”) is a powerful technique for editing DNA. It has received an enormous amount of attention in the scientific and popular press, largely based on the promise of what this powerful gene e...



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Brazil; Waterfall in prices starting? Impact U.S.?

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

Below looks at the Brazil ETF (EWZ) over the last decade. The rally over the past year has it facing a critical level, from a Power of the Pattern perspective.

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EWZ is facing dual resistance at (1), while in a 9-year down trend of lower highs and lower lows. The counter trend rally over the past 17-months has it testing key falling resistance. Did the counter trend reflation rally just end at dual resistance???

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...And Then Things Went Pear Shaped

Courtesy of Declan.

After days of steady gains, it was surprising to see the level of selling on show today; the last day like today in the markets was last December. How today plays out in the long term is still up for grabs as key trading ranges haven't been breached. Shorts will be watching for opportunities, but what followed last December was another kick start for the rally - bulls have a reason for optimism.

The biggest reversal was in the Semiconductor Index. Yesterday's 1.5% gain was whipped by a 4.4% loss. The attempt to break out of the rising channel was snapped away, putting the breakout gap from last week under pressure.

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Bombing - Right or Wrong?

Courtesy of Jean-Luc

I am telling you Angel – makes no sense… BTW:

Republicans Love Bombing, But Only When a Republican Does It

By Kevin Drum, Mother Jones

A few days ago I noted that Republican views of the economy changed dramatically when Donald Trump was elected, but Democratic views stayed pretty stable. Apparently Republicans view the economy through a partisan lens but Democrats don't.

Are there other examples of this? Yes indeed. Jeff Stein points to polling data about air strikes against Syria:

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