Monthly Archives: October 2015

Abolish the Federal Debt Limit

One trouble with government programs is they mislead people.  Recipients believe they are getting a benefit when, in effect, they are unwittingly being placed in harm’s way.  Time and time again, under the influence of a benevolent hand of government, … Continue reading

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The Deep State

The Deep State By Doug Casey, International Man I’d like to address some aspects of the Greater Depression in this essay. I’m here to tell you that the inevitable became reality in 2008.  We’ve had an interlude over the last … Continue reading

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Potato Sack Economics

Fiscal policy, as opposed to monetary policy, is more readily understood by the general populace. Income taxes, budget deficits, the national debt.  These are all tangible things the average working stiff can grasp a hold of, if they care to. … Continue reading

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More Monetary Policy Madness

Something extraordinarily uncommon is happening.  Something that hasn’t happened since 1988…back when the U.S. federal debt was just $2.6 trillion. According to the Institute of International Finance, wealth is not flowing into emerging markets for the first time in 27 … Continue reading

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