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Congress’s Radical Plan to End Illegal Money

One of the many downfalls of being the United States Secretary of the Treasury is the requirement to place one’s autograph on the face of the Federal Reserve’s legal tender notes.  There, on public display, is an overt record of … Continue reading

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Work is for Idiots

The International Monetary Fund reported an unpleasant outlook for the U.S. economy on Wednesday.  The IMF, as part of its annual review, believes the U.S. economic model isn’t working as well as it could to generate shared income growth. On … Continue reading

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March to Default

“May you live in interesting times,” says the ancient Chinese curse.  No doubt about it, we live in interesting times.  Hardly a day goes by that we’re not aghast and astounded by a series of grotesque caricatures of the world … Continue reading

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Pinching the Losers in Congress

Financial markets are remarkably confounding.  If you’ve ever speculated on stock price movements, you know what we mean.  Predicting where the market will go is hard enough.  But knowing exactly when…that’s nearly impossible. Looking back, assigning causation, and projecting forward, … Continue reading

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