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What Brookfield’s Default Has to Do with You

This trip down memory lane was wandered with intent and purpose. Because this week Bloomberg reported that Brookfield Corporation, one of the largest commercial real estate companies in the world, has defaulted on $161.4 million of office building mortgages. Continue reading

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Bondage Is Cruel

Did you know that San Francisco’s recently completed 1.7-mile Central Subway cost $1.95 billion? That amounts to over $217,400 per foot. On a per inch basis, this is over $18,000. Continue reading

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Debt Ceilings are for Idiots

The great dollar devaluation is the consequence of decades of rampant currency debasement policies. The mechanics are executed in tandem between the Federal Reserve and the Treasury. The Fed supplies the credit – created out of thin air. The Treasury borrows it from the Fed. And spends it. Continue reading

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Your Government Hates You

The fact of the matter is that if you work hard, pay your own way, believe in free speech and traditional values, and fear God, your government – the dirty cadre of elites and insiders – hates you. There’s no other way to explain it. Continue reading

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