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Topics today include:
Global Bond Markets Lost $150 Billion this Week
Trump's Exec Order on Obamacare is Aimed against the Individual Mandate
Trump was the First President to Use These Words in an Inaugural Speech
Canadians Trying to Travel to U.S. to Protest Trump Refused Entry at Border
The Biggest Target in Trump's Inaugural Speech Wasn't Obama, It was George Bush
U.S. Will Warm Faster then Much of the Planet
Trump Has Replaced the WhiteHouse.gov Page on Global Warming with Page on Increasing Oil Production
Theresa May is Headed for "Brexit Max"
Lithuania Street Art Reveals Distrust of Trump
Moscow Players Toast the End of American World Leadership
China Has Built the World's Largest Bullet Train Network and is Just Over Half Done
Chinese Capital Flight is Back
Kevin O'Leary Promises to Eradicate Justin Trudeau's Policies
A Big Part of the American Dream is Dying
California is Boosting Climate Change Fight
Trump is Not Alone: Others are also Building Walls All Around the World
Trump Sees Future in Coal, China in Renewables - Which is Best Vision?
The U.S. CEO to Worker Pay Ratio Exploded 12X 1980-2000
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