The Economic Train Doesn’t Give A Rats ASS About Michael Flynn or Robert Mueller………

As the Left, Deep State, Globalist, CoC, Big Club, Democrats, RINOs, MSM concentrate on their newest bone today, the Economic Train continues to plow along picking up passengers and destroying the Establishment! Folks there is absolutely NOTHING that will stop our Train!

Sundances piece from yesterday gave me goose bumps and tears in my eyes!

The Main Street economy is like a train that has sat idle for three decades. MAGAnomics is that train’s engine. President Trump’s ‘America-First’ economic policy agenda is the starter fluid and the super-fuel.

For years candidate Donald Trump walked around that engines’ magnificent chassis and whispered to her about returning to pride and glory. Noting every detail, curve and line of her carriage he knew what she was possible of.

Candidate Donald J Trump saw our titan of industry not as a relic, but as a cherished promise waiting, wanting and deserving of new stewardship.

Wilbur Ross knows how she rolls. Robert Lighthizer understands the history of the fuel she needs. Gary Cohn and Steven Mnuchin grew up hearing stories of her magnificence.

Main Street U.S.A. is not just an engine, she’s the most glorious economic construct in the history of the world. She was built by Titans of industry, and she is prized, feared and envied by all others. She is known throughout the world for what she can accomplish…

From the article linked above:

The U.S. Census Bureau said construction spending in October tripled the median economic forecast, rising 1.4% from the revised estimate in September. Worth noting, non-residential construction spending had been lagging housing in the report but was the primary driver in October.

Overall, construction spending was estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1,241.5 billion, up from $1,224.6 billion. That’s 2.9% (±1.6%) higher than the October 2016 estimate of $1,206.6 billion. During the first 10 months of this year, construction spending amounted to $1,029.6 billion, 4.1% (±1.2%) above the $988.8 billion for the same period in 2016.

From the article linked above:

The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said the manufacturing index (PMI) registered 58.2%, a slight decrease in an otherwise extremely strong report. The headline number was weighed down by a welcomed improvement to delivery times in November, which were backed up during hurricane season.

“Comments from the panel reflect expanding business conditions, with New Orders and Production leading gains, employment expanding at a slower rate, order backlogs stable and expanding, and export orders all continuing to grow in November,” said Timothy R. Fiore, Chair of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Manufacturing Business Survey Committee. “Supplier deliveries continued to slow (improving), but at slower rates, and inventories continued to contract during the period.”

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