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In Topic: Daniel's Youtube Channel - New Videos Every Week

Yesterday, 12:38 PM

Daniel Negreanu‏Verified account @RealKidPoker 3h3 hours ago
Top 20 Hands from @PokerStars All-Stars Week #1 and a look at the leaderboard. Some SICK plays this week!

In Topic: Random News Observations

Yesterday, 01:38 AM

I wonder if they goose stepped on the way to the guns.

Sam Kim‏Verified account
North Korea's answer to US aircraft carrier: Lots and lots of artillery neatly assembled on a beach https://www.bloomber...ons-remain-high
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In Topic: The Trump Presidency Thread

25 April 2017 - 08:01 AM

Trip Gabriel‏ @tripgabriel 3h3 hours ago
Who benefits from tariffs? This one to increase new home prices 4.2%, cost 4,600 jobs, per a study

In New Trade Front, Trump Slaps Tariff on Canadian Lumber

President Trump's Tariff On Canadian Softwood Lumber Imports Will Hurt America Most

In Topic: The Trump Presidency Thread

25 April 2017 - 07:57 AM

Dave Weigel‏Verified account @daveweigel 35m35 minutes ago
Between North Korea saber-rattling and the Canada trade threats, Trump admin now battling all the enemies in Trey Parker/Matt Stone movies.

In Topic: The Trump Presidency Thread

25 April 2017 - 07:50 AM

View PostScrim, on 25 April 2017 - 07:45 AM, said:

Of course it amounts to a government subsidy and yes, dumped products do indeed result in cheaper products for the American consumer but at the direct expense of American jobs. Save .10 cents on the front side, costs us $1 on the back side (or whatever the ratio is).

Winners: Free Market Economics
Losers: People who hate freedom.

Now you just wait and see what happens when we declare Alberta the 51st State.

more jobs for people cutting down trees in the US
less jobs for people building houses or in the companies that manufacture products using wood

remember that there are 25 times more people working in industries that use steel in their products than there are steelworkers making steel in the US for example