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Peter Navarro: Trump the Bull vs. Clinton the Bear

Whichever candidate wins the presidential race, there will be a significant stock market correction. The important question for investors is: what comes next? A stock market correction is inevitable because we are in a “paper bull” Obama-Clinton market.

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An irreverent lexicon of the seemingly infinite ways we call bullshit, written by aMcSweeney's columnist and etymologist, illustrated by a New Yorker-contributing cartoonist. What's the difference between "balderdash" and "drivel"? Where did "mumbo-jumbo" come from? How should you use "meadow mayonnaise"? What's "felgercarb" and which popular TV show coined it?There are hundreds of common and rare terms for bullshit in English, including borrowings from German, turn-of-the-century sailors, The Simpsons, and beyond. Bullshit is everywhere, but not all of it is created equal. Mark Peters'sBullshit: A Lexicon is the handy guide to identifying and calling BS in all of its many forms, from "bunk" and "claptrap" to "applesauce" and "gobbledygook." Packed with historical facts, pop culture tidbits, and definitions for each term, Bullshit is perfect for humor readers, language lovers, and anyone looking to describe life's everyday annoyances.

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Osprey Publishing Ltd, Oxford, UK, 2009. 1st Edition(PB), 1st Printing, NEW, Paperback, Size=7.5"x9.5", 48pgs(Index). Brand New copy. Clean, bright and very tight. No ink names, tears, chips, foxing, etc. Illustrated by Peter Bull. New Vanguard 159. ISBN 9781846033926 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!

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Communication Under the Microscope

Social interaction in recent years has become the focus of systematic scientific research in a wide variety of academic disciplines. In Communication under the Microscope, Peter Bull shows how communication has become an object of study in its own right, which can be dissected in the finest detail through the use of film and recording technology. In so doing he provides a clear and valuable introduction into the theory and practice of microanalysis. Bull argues that microanalysis is both a distinctive methodology and a distinctive way of thinking about communication. He then focuses on the two principal elements of face-to-face communication: speech and non-verbal behaviour. Communication in particular social contexts is also addressed with related chapters on gender and politics....

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An illustrated history of the teddy bear, the many roles he has played, and the effect he has had on the lives of "men, women, and even children."

Peter Navarro: Trump the Bull vs. Clinton the Bear - Fox News

Whichever candidate wins the presidential race, there will be a significant stock market correction. A stock market correction is inevitable because we are in a “paper bull” Obama-Clinton market. With the worst economic recovery since World War II, central banks around the world have continued to print vast quantities of “easy money. As interest rates remain at historic lows, desperate bond markets seeking positive returns have shifted assets into equities, propping up stock prices. This paper bull cannot last – we are already starting to move sideways. What happens once a stock market correction occurs. It is important to go to first principles: Stock prices simply reflect an expectation of a future stream of earnings, and earnings rise with economic growth. To get a new bull market, investors need a president who both understands how growth occurs and who will devise the best policies to stimulate robust growth. All we have to show for this is an anemic 1 percent growth rate. Donald Trump’s economic plan is all about rapid growth. He will cut taxes, reduce regulation, unleash our energy sector, and eliminate our growth-sapping trade deficits. This solid, Reaganesque recipe for growth and a new bull market puts Dow 25,000 within easy reach. Hillary Clinton has promised to hike taxes, increase regulations, put our coal industry out of business, and throttle our oil and gas industries. She is also directly responsible for many of the bad trade deals swelling our trade deficit. Why any prudent investor would cast a ballot for this Clinton bear market agenda is an enigma wrapped in a mystery. There is a far deeper difference between Trump versus Clinton that sophisticated investors should be mindful of. Clinton’s plan Keynesian “tax and spend” stimulus strategy has been proven not to work over the last eight years. Trump focuses directly on the underlying structural imbalances our nation’s GDP equation is now saddled with. As with any nation, America’s GDP is driven by consumption, government spending, business investment and net exports (exports minus imports). From 1947 to 2001, America’s real GDP grew in at a balanced 3. 5 percent per year. This has cost millions of jobs and trillions of dollars in foregone income and tax revenues – one additional GDP point creates 1. 2 million jobs. A pivotal reason why America fell from robust growth grace was President Bill Clinton’s 2001 shoehorning of China into the World Trade Organization. This resulted in a wave of off-shoring of U. S. investment, thereby depressing the domestic business investment driver in America’s growth equation – while lifting China’s economy. Clinton’s China deal also allowed a flood of illegally subsidized imports into U. S. markets and dramatically increased the U. S. trade deficit in goods with China – now at one billion dollars a day and $366 billion a year. This structural hit to the net export driver in the U. S. equation accounts for as much as one lost GDP point a year –- and it’s not just China doing this structural damage. For example, since Bill Clinton signed NAFTA in 1993, the U. S. has lost 850,000 jobs and seen its trade deficit with Mexico rise from zero to $60 billion. The cumulative Mexican trade deficit will hit a trillion dollars by end of year. That Hillary Clinton fails to understand the debilitating effects of bad trade deals is epitomized by her 2012 South Korea agreement. As Secretary of State, she promised a “cutting edge” deal that would create 70,000 jobs. Instead, we’ve lost 95,000 jobs while our trade deficit has doubled. Of course, investors get nervous when Donald Trump talks about renegotiating bad trade deals like NAFTA and cracking down on trade cheaters like China. Yet unless America comes to grips with the negative impacts that trade has had, it will never escape its current slow growth trap – or experience another sustained and true bull market. Our current economic malaise is not a “new normal” as some defeatists and Clintonites have phrased it. It’s a politician-made “new dismal” that can simply be rectified by a strong, pro-growth, pro-trade leader in the White House like Trump. With Clinton, higher taxes and more regulation do not a bull market make. Peter Navarro is a UC-Irvine business professor and author of stock market classics like “If It’s Raining in Brazil, Buy Starbucks.


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  3. Newport, RI (October 23, 2016) – In a high-energy, high emotion celebration today, New Zealand sailors Olivia Mackay and Micah Wilkinson were crowned the World Champions in the first-ever Red Bull Foiling Generation World Final. When the organizers
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Peter Bull - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Peter Bull; Born: Peter Cecil Bull (1912-03-21) 21 March 1912 London, England: Died: 20 May 1984 (1984-05-20) (aged 72) London, England: Nationality: British: Occupation

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Peter Bull, Actor: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Peter Bull was born on March 21, 1912 in London, England as Peter Cecil Bull.

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Freaking with HDR The Cathedral of Our Lady (Dutch: Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Antwerp, Belgium. Today's see of the Diocese of Antwerp was started in 1352 and, although the first stage of construction was ended in 1521, has never been 'completed'. In Gothic style, its architects were Jan and Pieter Appelmans. It contains a number of significant works by the Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens, as well as paintings by artists such as Otto van Veen, Jacob de Backer and Marten de Vos. The cathedral is on the list of World Heritage Sites. Where the cathedral now stands, there was a small chapel of Our Lady from the 9th to the 12th century, which acquired the status of parish church in 1124.[1] During the course of the twelfth century, it was replaced by a larger Romanesque church (80 metres (260 ft) long and 42 metres (138 ft) wide).[1] In 1352, construction was begun on a new Our Lady’s church which would become the largest Gothic church in the...
Banksy in Boston: Portrait from the F̶O̶L̶L̶O̶W̶ ̶Y̶O̶U̶R̶ ̶D̶R̶E̶A̶M̶S̶ CANCELLED piece in context on Essex St, Chinatown, Boston
Interestingly, both of the Boston area Banksy pieces are on Essex St: • F̶O̶L̶L̶O̶W̶ ̶Y̶O̶U̶R̶ ̶D̶R̶E̶A̶M̶S̶ CANCELLED (aka chimney sweep) in Chinatown, Boston • NO LOITRIN in Central Square, Cambridge. Does that mean anything? It looks like he favors Essex named streets & roads when he can. In 2008, he did another notable Essex work in London, for example, and posters on the Banksy Forums picked up & discussed on the Essex link as well. Is there an Essex Street in any of the other nearby towns? It looks like there are several: Brookline, Charlestown, Chelsea, Gloucester, Haverhill, Lawrence, Lynn, Medford, Melrose, Quincy, Revere, Salem, Saugus, Somerville, Swampscott, and Waltham. Most of these seem improbable to me, other than maybe Brookline, or maybe Somerville or Charlestown. But they start getting pretty suburban after that. But, again, why "Essex"? In a comment on this photo, Birbeck helps clarify: I can only surmise that he's having a 'dig' at Essex...
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Silver medal for Team Tilt at Red Bull Foiling Generation World Final
The Red Bull Foiling Generation was initiated by Olympic champions, Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher in 2015 to give young sailing talent aged from 16 to 20 the opportunity to discover competitive racing using Flying Phantom foiling catamarans.

New Zealand Youth Sailors Crowned Foiling World Champions
“This was the biggest opportunity of my life, and I want to thank my teammate Micah as well as Roman and Hans Peter, who have taught me more than ever before. I can’t believe we’re taking this trophy back to New Zealand!” Red Bull Foiling ...

Peter Navarro: Trump the Bull vs. Clinton the Bear
Whichever candidate wins the presidential race, there will be a significant stock market correction. The important question for investors is: what comes next? A stock market correction is inevitable because we are in a “paper bull” Obama-Clinton market.

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