Monthly Archives: April 2017

President Trump’s Disappearance 

“President Trump’s Disappearance Paul Craig Roberts In my long experience in Washington, vice presidents did not make major foreign policy announcements or…” Source: President Trump’s Disappearance – PaulCraigRoberts.org






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Paul Tudor Jones Has A Message For Janet Yellen: “Be Terrified”

“Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones has a message for Janet Yellen and investors: Be very afraid.” Source: Paul Tudor Jones Has A Message For Janet Yellen: “Be Terrified”






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Sabbatical Day 93

Continued writing chapter 2.  Greenspan morphed into a conservative Keynesian from a hard-money proponent.  The evidence is spelled out in this chapter.






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Sabbatical Day 92

Began writing/dictating chapter two about Greenspan’s tenure as Fed chairman.  Why there have been two Greenpsans.






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How Taxes Distort Business

“Today is Tax Day in America. When April 15th happens to fall on a weekend, the IRS generously permits us to extend the filing ritual until the following Monday.” Source: How Taxes Distort Business






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Sabbatical Day 91

Finished collating my notes for chapter 2, a review of Greenspan’s tenure at the Fed.






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Are North Korea’s missiles just painted wooden boxes? Question marks over Kim’s weapons

They sure look fake.   “NORTH Korea’s attempts to taunt the US with a show of military might may have backfired, after TV audiences spotted some decidedly dodgy-looking missiles on parade.” Source: Are North Korea’s missiles just painted wooden boxes? … Continue reading






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Number of the Day – NJ Spotlight

The income tax ripoff continues.   Source: Number of the Day – NJ Spotlight






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The Population Implosion Will Begin in 2065

“We know when it is going to begin. We don’t know what its effects will be.” Source: The Population Implosion Will Begin in 2065






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Marc Faber: Euro to Strengthen, Dollar to Weaken, Gold and Emerging Markets to Outperform

Source: Marc Faber: Euro to Strengthen, Dollar to Weaken, Gold and Emerging Markets to Outperform :: The Market Oracle ::






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When Tucker Carlson Goes Bad

I saw the piece Wenzel writes about.  Tucker’s statements during the interview were not based on sound economic thinking.   Source: EconomicPolicyJournal.com: When Tucker Carlson Goes Bad






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Who elected Jared Kushner president? The only thing he can hold is a grudge

“A recent article in the Washington Examiner rehashes the story of how Jared Kushner held a grudge against Chris Christie – and the Star-Ledger – because of his father’s inexcusable behavior; why does Trump take advice from someone who disagrees … Continue reading






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U.S. Reportedly Sending Two More Aircraft Carriers to North Korea

“(ZHE) According to a report by South Korea’s primary news outlet, Yonhap, the Pentagon has directed a total of three U.S. aircraft carriers toward the Korean Peninsula, citing a South Korean government source. Yonhap reports that in addition to the CVN-70 … Continue reading






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The Federal Reserve Is, and Always Has Been, Politicized

Source: The Federal Reserve Is, and Always Has Been, Politicized






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The Racist History of Minimum Wage Laws

I remember reading Friedman’s column in 1996 when I was an undergraduate.  Began my journey to become an advocate of a laissez faire economy.   “In 1966, Milton Friedman wrote an op-ed for Newsweek entitled ‘Minimum Wage Rates.’ In it, … Continue reading






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