Author: Rob McKinsey

Trump Reconsidering TTP

Just one week into his term as President of the United States, an emboldened Donald Trump took the controversial step of withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (TTP). Now over one year later, U.S. Republican Senator Ben Haase announced that Trump was going to direct National Economic Council Chairman Larry Kudlow and U.S. Trade

Lake Zurich’s Aloha Construction Recommends: 4 Storms to Prepare for this Season

As the spring season comes to a start, Aloha Construction is ready to kick into high gear. The roofing and siding contractor is a staple in Illinois and Southern Wisconsin, and is ready to help more homeowners than ever before this year. In a recent press release, CEO Dave Farbaky said “Last year’s storms hit

FBI Raids Trump’s Personal Lawyer’s Office And Home

Being one of Trump’s advisors can be hazardous to your reputation and future income. Michael Cohen, Trump’s longtime personal lawyer is feeling the pain of being close to the president. The FBI under the instructions of New York federal prosecutors raided Cohen’s Rockefeller Center office, his home and a hotel room and the feds confiscated

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Names A Federal Prosecutor To Look Into Clinton’s Email Debacle

Attorney General Jeff Sessions didn’t really know what to expect when Trump gave him the Attorney General’s job. But Sessions knew he wanted power to enforce his kind of law. And he is doing that. As far as Sessions is concerned, the United States is at the mercy of drug dealers, and illegal immigrants are

EPA’s Pruitt Proven To Excessively Spend Tax Dollars On Unnecessary Security Details

For good reason, high-ranking members of federal agencies within the governmental echelons of the United States of America. The chief of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – a federal bureau with the goal of safeguarding the health of humans living both within the country’s borders and across the globe, its constituents collectively trying to meet

Sizzling Home Market a Problem for Buyers

Temperatures may still be cool this spring, but the housing market is already sizzling. A strong economy, low interest rates, and low inventory of homes are combining to make this spring a seller’s market. Millenials are being hit the hardest, as the inventory of starter homes is the sector most affected by this latest housing

Wisconsin Court Election Signals Possible Democratic Resurgence

Tuesday’s win for a Democratic-endorsed candidate for Wisconsin’s Supreme Court has Republican officials worried about a Democratic resurgence in a state that voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 United States Presidential election. The surprising landslide result gave liberal Rebecca Dallet the victory over conservative Michael Screnock in the race for a seat for ten