Monthly Archives: October 2019

How to Prepare as the Fed Scorches the Earth

The hillsides are always brown in the land of fruits and nuts come autumn. After baking away all summer long in the hot sun, the dense sage and chaparral covering the coastal hillsides and canyons are dry and toasty. Though, before conditions get better, they must first get worse. Continue reading

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America’s Road Map to $40 Trillion National Debt by 2028

Watch out! At this very moment, professional economists of all stripes are making plans on your behalf. They’re dreaming and scheming new and innovative ways to spend your money long before you’ve earned it. Continue reading

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Fed Chair Powell’s Inescapable Contradiction

Over the last two decades we’ve conducted our own empirical research of the influence of central bank fake money credit creation. Our methodology is simple. We observe the world about us – both good and bad. When something cockeyed crosses our sights we zoom in for a closer look. Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren’s Plans to MAGA

There are places in Los Angeles where, although the sun always shines, they haven’t seen a ray of light in over 100-years. There’s a half square mile of urban decay centered on the Union Rescue Mission at 545 South San Pedro Street, where depravity, chaos, addiction, insanity and archaic diseases multiply and ricochet about like metastatic cancer. Continue reading

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