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Wake Up and Smell the Manipulated Economy!

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The manipulated economy won’t end until we decide we don’t want to be manipulated anymore! Freedom means being able to spend your time however you wish. Unfortunately that also means many will waste their lives on worthless pursuits, and stop

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The President’s Speech and the Entrepreneurial Spirit

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The President should have given a eulogy for the entrepreneurial spirit the government is driving out of this country. Here are numbers you definitely did not hear mentioned during Barack Obama’s “State of the Nation” blathering. Allow me to make

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Swiss Franc Decoupled Euro; Screams Ensue

By ending the practice of pegging the Swiss franc to the Euro, the Swiss National Bank have enraged our financial elites. The New York Sun published a nice succinct editorial on Friday about the Swiss National Bank’s decision to de-peg

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What Is the Federal Reserve Hiding?

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Ron Paul’s editorial on auditing the Federal Reserve was published in the Daily Bell yesterday: “If the Fed Has Nothing to Hide, It Has Nothing to Fear.” Since the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913, the dollar has lost

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Could President Romney Lift People out of Poverty?


Mitt Romney wants to run a campaign promising to lift people out of poverty. Could he do it? I’ve already expressed my disbelief that Mitt Romney wants to run for President again. But his attempt to change “tone” is interesting.

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Bubbles End; Eventually the Can Explodes

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No matter what politicians promise, bubbles end at some point. Kick the can… kick the can… kick the can… It’s a game Western politicians and Central Bankers play with incredible skill. Unfortunately, economic reality can be delayed, but not completely

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The Missing Rage of Americans over Robbed Retirements

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Where is the missing rage that Congressional theft ought to provoke in the American people? Congress put our savings at-risk, and set up to rob pensioners—I posted about it both before and after passage of the CrOmnibus that enacted it—and

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It is Time for a Christian Values Party


A Christian Values Party is needed as an alternative to the GOP. [EDITOR’S NOTE: Different writers for this blog have different opinions about third parties (see here, for example). I am posting this in the interest of considering opposing views

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Government Debt Can Never Be Repaid

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Government debt has grown so large that it is now mathematically impossible for the government to pay it back. Sports fans are familiar with the calculations in which your team is “mathematically-eliminated” from any possibility of making the playoffs (something

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Recovery Delivers Sinking Wages for Younger Workers

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Millennials are experiencing sinking wages across almost every industry. So we keep hearing about this “recovery” that is going on. Even in an article about descending wages, the writer rehearses the standard line. The evaporation of real wages for young

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Mainstream Economist: Retirement is History

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You probably knew already that retirement was over, but it is worth noting that a liberal economist is admitting it. Of course, she doesn’t hold herself or the institution where she once worked (the Federal Reserve system) in any way responsible

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The U.S. Empire Could End Abruptly

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While many envision the slow decline of the U.S. Empire, that might not be how it happens. Many envision the end of the United States with the proverbial story of the frog in the boiling pot—a slow cooking, where the

Posted in Economy, Federal Reserve, Foreign Policy