Is leaving Sacramento and California for a lower cost home enough?


Anyone who lives on the West Coast knows there is a high cost for living here.  From Washington to California’s Mexican Border, the West Coast is pricey, this is also true of Canada. The medium price of a home in Vancouver, British Columbia ($1,360 million)  is considerably higher than Toronto, Ontario ($806,000) Canada’s largest city.Continue reading “Is leaving Sacramento and California for a lower cost home enough?”

The tricky economics of all you can eat buffets


Few things epitomize America more than the all-you-can-eat buffet. For a small fee, you’re granted unencumbered access to a wonderland of gluttony. It is a place where saucy meatballs and egg rolls share the same plate without prejudice, where a tub of chocolate pudding finds a home on the salad bar, where variety and quantityContinue reading “The tricky economics of all you can eat buffets”

American citizens are paying for President Trump’s tariffs — not China


Photo: Google New research reveals the sweeping costs of Trump’s trade war — and exposes his blatant lies New working papers from the National Bureau of Economic Research reveal the sweeping impacts of Trump’s trade war By: Cody Fenwick/Alternet Two new economic working papers from the National Bureau of Economic Research revealed the sweeping impactsContinue reading “American citizens are paying for President Trump’s tariffs — not China”

Can China break Hong Kong?


  Photo:Google      Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China Beijing will dilute Hong Kong with Shenzhen By: Pete Sweeney/Reuters Breakingviews  Anti-government protests in Hong Kong have weakened China’s gateway to international markets in the midst of a trade war. Past attempts to make neighboring Shenzhen a free-market alternative have been half-hearted. Unrest in the former BritishContinue reading “Can China break Hong Kong?”

The Preposterous Success Story of America’s Pillow King


Former drug addict Mike Lindell’s multimillion-dollar idea came to him in a dream. By: Josh Dean\Bloomberg.com As so many great entrepreneurial success stories do, the tale of Mike Lindell begins in a crack house. It was the fall of 2008, and the then 47-year-old divorced father of four from the Minneapolis suburbs had run outContinue reading “The Preposterous Success Story of America’s Pillow King”

Dodge Charger “The American Car”


Drive on America roadways, many of the cars look alike. At dusk the Honda, Nissan’s,Toyota, Hyundai’s on the road often blend into one car. Even the Bimmers and the Benz can look like your pedestrian car. With exception of the newer Cadillac Escalade’s and the Volvo’s, most boxy boring SUV’s, look like all other SUV’s.Continue reading “Dodge Charger “The American Car””

Black Shoppers Aren’t Worthy at Wal Mart


At Super-WalMart shoppers can freely pickup a $500 Flat Screen TV or a $15.00 bottle of wine. However if you want to buy a Black hair product a $5.00 box of Hair Relaxer or $1.27 bar of Coconut Soap.  You must press a button and WAIT for a Wal-Mart associate to unlock the glass case. TheContinue reading “Black Shoppers Aren’t Worthy at Wal Mart”

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition Already Sold Out


Adrian Padeanu By:Adrian Padeanu/ Motor1.com Hands down the most important debut of the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, Ford took the EV world by storm with the unveiling of the Mustang Mach-E. The zero-emissions SUV carrying the name of America’s iconic pony car went up on the dedicated reservation site right after the big revealContinue reading “2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition Already Sold Out”

E-scooters suddenly appeared everywhere, but now they’re riding into serious trouble


  By: Julia Buckley/CNN Brussels. San Diego. Bogotá. Walk around any major tourist destination these days, and you’ll see them. Electric scooters, gliding silently around city center streets, zipping through traffic signals, or abandoned — lying on the street, propped up against trees or, in some cases, dumped in rivers. Scooter-sharing systems similar to city bike schemesContinue reading “E-scooters suddenly appeared everywhere, but now they’re riding into serious trouble”