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• Is Trump a shrewd businessman that, despite his extravagance, will push through the kinds of reforms that will benefit even those Americans who are currently against him? Or is he just a pompous rich guy that will paint the Oval Office in gold just for the sake of his own image? (We came across some of his recent rarely-mentioned remarks that shed light on his true persona, and what it means for the country. You need to know this.)
• Should the government send more stimulus payments to all Americans as soon as possible? Is the risk of triggering inflation and diminishing the value of savings worth it? (One economist has suggested something nobody is talking about, which changes everything.)
• Are peaceful protesters still partially responsible for looting and destruction that follows their protests even if they aren't doing it themselves? Or should we completely separate those who protest from those who riot? (One perspective you must know that will make you think twice before answering this question.)
• Are the governors in their respective states handling coronavirus properly and doing the best they can with what they have? Or are they preparing for the upcoming blame game and politicizing the situation? (If you live in one of these four states, you need to know this.)
• What hurts the economy more: the welfare or the defense spending? (The answer isn't what you thought. I guarantee it.)
• Do immigrants bring more money into the economy by being consumers or do they send more "back home"? We have some hard numbers posted.
(What if we take into account the new immigrants from Syria and now also from Venezuela currently headed to the US? How does that change the immigration debate?)
• Should we do everything we can to remove guns from circulation to decrease crime? Or are guns what keeps us safe? (There is one angle you haven't considered.)
• Why do politicians lie? You hear people always say that politicians are all crooks. But why is that? Why can't there be more honest politicians? Or can there? (This will surprise you, as it surprised me when I found out.)
• Is the minimum wage all about the union contracts or about actually helping those at the bottom? Does it actually help? (This will definitely change your mind about the issue.)
• Furthering LGBT equality rights through lawsuits to the point of forcing businesses to serve against their beliefs. Does that violate the rights of business owners? Or does the notion of equality trump it all?
• Will Obamacare actually solve the healthcare problem in the long run (if it's not repealed), or is it just a fad that will be reversed eventually on its own? (Some interesting arguments in favor of one of the sides. Something you probably haven't considered.)
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