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The real world cost of “free” education, “free” jobs, “free” money and other unicorn-like fantasies.
If “millennials” have trouble even changing a lightbulb, how are they going to offset the crisis heading their way?
How Big Banks and Bigger Government collude to skew the news and skewer the taxpayer.
The hand is on the detonator and it’s time to exit the system.
Mr. Trump did not get elected by accident or by fluke. And he did not come along at a time when things were moving along nicely.
Doug Casey explains how to prosper during the “Deep State”…and lays out the actions you should take today.
There are two ways people can relate to each other: Voluntarily or coercively. The government is pure coercion, and sociopaths are drawn to its power and force.
Leading up to the first Great Depression, those in the financial sector had become unusually creative. Sound familiar?
Liberty no longer has a home. It’s become a refugee since America—an excellent idea—degenerated into the United States.
Washington imports and consumes the fruit of American effort, and exports only dung.
Never before has so much fake money created so much fake prosperity and faked out so many people.
The U.S. government is the largest player in the financial markets.
During decline, throughout history, a series of policies is invariably undertaken to save those in government. These policies are always at the expense of the populace.
Mike Maloney thinks that hyperinflation is a distinct possibility in the US. So when I read about the runaway inflation rates in Venezuela, I wondered how that would play out in the US if he’s right.
Increasingly, both Europeans and North Americans whom I meet are expressing their concern that the social structure of their countries appears to be breaking down.
The odds that “I’ll just go to Idaho” might be a workable solution to a crisis, would be unlikely in the extreme.
Yesterday I told you about the unstoppable trend towards more socialism in the US. I think inflation is the primary factor driving this trend. Americans feel squeezed because the cost of rent, medical insurance, and tuition, as well as other basic living expenses, is rising much faster than their wages. This creates very real problems […]
Fight for $15! This was the rallying cry of what eventually became the largest fast-food strike in US history. It all started in late 2012, when over 100 New York City fast-food workers walked off their jobs, demanding higher wages. Many made minimum wage. They were struggling to make ends meet as rent, utilities, medical […]
The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire has been written about many times over the last two millennia, most notably in Edward Gibbon’s six-volume set of books of the same name. However, one significant aspect to the decline began in the fourth century that has received little attention from those who have written on […]
We’re witnessing a loss of freedom in slo-mo… and the end product is always the same.
When two federal agents showed up to harass suspected arms trafficker Phil Zimmerman, Phil was out of his element. He wasn’t your usual gun runner. He wasn’t linked to any cartels, spies, or other shady characters. But he had written a bit of computer code that the US government considered a weapon. In the early […]
There is a freedom cycle, and it has to play itself out.
If you can afford it, you want to have comfortable digs in several places around the world.
“No president, no matter how good his intentions, can stop it.”
“Most of us tend not to regard taxation as theft, yet, that’s exactly what it is.”
“Bitcoin has many of the same attributes that makes gold a crisis currency.”
“By understanding inflation, the odds of living your life as a milk cow can be greatly diminished.”
“No government should be in the money business… especially Argentina, which has about the worst track record of any government.”
“When the brokers and television pundits say that stocks are headed to the moon—that’s the moment to remember ‘there’s no eleven,’ and sell.”
“Although we can’t project a precise trigger date for the bubble to burst, it most certainly will—as do all bubbles.”
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