President Donald Trump didn’t mince words when he declared that the government will remain partially shut down until his long desired dream of a border wall is funded. Democrats, however, still remain opposed to approving additional funding for a border wall as part of a new government spending package.
The Trump administration has rolled out a new federal regulation on Tuesday which officially bans the ownership of bump-fire stocks. Bump stocks have been the focus of national attention of over a year, after a gunman in Las Vegas rigged his weapons with the devices to fire on concertgoers, killing 58 people in October of 2017.
Thanks to taxes imposed on the United States’ and Chinese goods by governments insisting upon igniting a trade war, U.S. companies shelled out a record amount of money in October. This is actually highly disturbing news, as the stock market continues to fall and the interest rates continue to climb higher.