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American Houses Keep Getting Bigger — And so Does American Debt

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute April 5, 2018   American Houses Keep Getting Bigger — And so Does American Debt   Measuring gains or losses in the standard of living is not a simple matter. We know that over the past century in the United States, working hours have declined, and real incomes have increased. By […]

American Houses Keep Getting Bigger — And so Does American Debt

The Best Way to Compete with China Is to Free the Economy

The Best Way to Compete with China Is to Free the Economy

By Thorsten Polleit Mises Institute March 13, 2018   The Best Way to Compete with China Is to Free the Economy   As things stand, China holds around 20 percent, or $ 1.2 trillion, of outstanding US credit market debt. This is the result of decades of “symbiotic interaction”, if one follows the hidden message that is […]


In 2017, The US Government “Lost” $2.2 Million—Every Single Minute

By Matt Agorist Free Thought Project March 1, 2018   In 2017, The US Government “Lost” $2.2 Million—Every Single Minute In spite of taking in a record-breaking amount of taxes in 2017, the US government managed to lose a whopping $1.2 TRILLION dollars, or $2.2 million—every single minute of 2017.     Illustrating the gluttonous nature […]

In 2017, The US Government “Lost” $2.2 Million—Every Single Minute

The Albatross Of Debt: The Stock Market’s $67 Trillion Nightmare

The Albatross Of Debt: The Stock Market’s $67 Trillion Nightmare

By Against Crony Capitalism February 26, 2018   The Albatross Of Debt: The Stock Market’s $67 Trillion Nightmare     I am speaking for myself (NDS) here – I’ve had many conversations with enviro friends over the years about their fear of climate “disaster.” I respect their fear. But the potential financial disaster looming in the […]


Raising Rates Reflect Bigger Debt Not Faster Growth

By Peter Schiff Euro Pacific Capital February 5, 2018   Raising Rates Reflect Bigger Debt Not Faster Growth     While investors are justifiably focused on what may be the opening crescendo of a long overdue sell-off in stocks, there is not, as of yet, as feverish a discussion of the parallel sell-offs in bonds […]

Raising Rates Reflect Bigger Debt Not Faster Growth

Here’s The Information The DNC DESPERATELY Tried To Hide During The SOTU Address

Here’s The Information The DNC DESPERATELY Tried To Hide During The SOTU Address

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com January 31, 2018   Here’s The Information The DNC DESPERATELY Tried To Hide During The SOTU Address     During Wednesday’s State of the Union address, elitist Democrats were desperately trying to hide some information.  Not only are they still burned by Donald Trump’s win over Hillary Clinton in 2016, the information they […]


The Last Fed Chairman?

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute January 30, 2018   The Last Fed Chairman?   Last week the Senate confirmed Jerome Powell as Federal Reserve Chairman by a vote of 84-13. This is in contrast to the contentious debates and closer votes over Janet Yellen’s confirmation in 2014 and Ben Bernanke’s confirmation for a second term […]

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No, We Don’t Need a Federal “Solution” to Infrastructure Problems

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute January 10, 2018   No, We Don’t Need a Federal “Solution” to Infrastructure Problems   On December 19, an Amtrak train in Washington State killed three people and injured 100 others when it derailed and crashed into traffic lanes on a nearby highway. The day before, Atlanta’s international airport suffered a […]

No, We Don't Need a Federal "Solution" to Infrastructure Problems

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The Next Financial Crisis will be Worse than the Last

By Nomi Prins NomiPrins.com January 2, 2018   The Next Financial Crisis will be Worse than the Last   This piece first appeared in Truthdig. We’ve made it through 2017. The first-season installment of presidential Tweetville is ending where it began, on the Palm Beach, Fla., golf course of Mar-a-Lago. Though we are no longer privy to […]


A $21 Trillion Global Pandora’s Kitty?

By Mathew Maavak Activist Post December 14, 2017     As US federal debt approaches $21 trillion in a matter of months, an eye-popping equivalent amount seems to have gone cumulatively missing from government coffers over the past two decades. The missing $21 trillion was tabulated by a team of researchers led by Dr. Mark Skidmore, Morris Chair of State and […]

A $21 Trillion Global Pandora’s Kitty?