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Image of the Day: Myth Versus Fact Regarding Corporate Profits

An instructive myth-versus-fact visual when it comes to public assumptions regarding corporate profits, courtesy of AEI:

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January 17, 2018 • 01:08 pm

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Questions of the Week
Week of January 17th 2018
Which one of the following U.S. Naval officers is famous for stating: ‘Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead’?
Admiral David G. Farragut
Commodore John Barry
Fleet Admiral William “Bull” Halsey
Vice Admiral John Sidney McCain
Week of January 10th 2018
The first Pulitzer Prize for Biography was awarded for a book about which one of the following women?
Abigail Adams
Louisa May Alcott
Julia Ward Howe
Sara Teasdale
Week of January 3rd 2018
Which one of the following U.S. territories was derogatorily referred to at the time of its acquisition as “Seward’s Folly”?
The Louisiana Purchase
The Alaska Purchase
The Annexation of Texas
The Philippines
Week of December 27th 2017
In which of the following years did Wells Fargo stop delivering by stagecoach?
1852
1869
1908
1918
Week of December 20th 2017
In which one of the following towns did delegates gather in a local tavern in December, 1787, and vote to become the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution?
Albany, New York
Annapolis, Maryland
Concord, New Hampshire
Dover, Delaware
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"WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a bill to renew the National Security Agency's warrantless internet surveillance program for six years with minimal changes, overcoming objections from civil liberties advocates that it undermined the privacy of Americans.The legislation, which easily passed the House of Representatives last week, is expected to be signed into law by President…[more]
 
 
—Dustin Volz, Reuters
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Liberty Poll   

Traditionally, the President's political party loses Congressional seats in midterm elections. Will the positive economic trends being generated by tax reform allow Republicans to retain enough seats in 2018 to maintain majorities in both houses?