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Are You Vulnerable to Physical Violence?

The U.S. government’s 2021 fiscal year came and went like Dow 36,000. With respect to the latter, authors James Glassman and Kevin Hassett were only off by 17 years in their 1999 forecast of Dow 36,000 by 2005. At this point, the attainment of their prediction is a giant letdown. With respect to the former, we have a question: Does President Biden have any idea that the government he pretends to oversee is skirting the edge of insolvency? Continue reading

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What Happens When the Chickens Come Home to Roost?

What happens when the chickens come home to roost? This is today’s question. But what is the answer? In just a moment we’ll offer several thoughts and ruminations. First, however, we must take stock of the chickens… Continue reading

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Let The Good Times Roll

The storming of the U.S. Capitol Building on Wednesday was a wacky and wild escapade. But it shouldn’t be a surprise. These things happen when a nation’s in decline. And, as Wednesday demonstrated, America’s recline and flail goes on. Continue reading

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How to Tackle the Depression Head On

By and large, the challenges facing the economy have everything to do with central government. Over the last 40 years, as the Fed and the Treasury colluded to rig the financial system in totality, wealth has become ever more concentrated in fewer and fewer insider hands. The effect over the last decade has been a disparity that’s so magnified few can ignore it. Continue reading

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