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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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Dead Meat in Jackson Hole

This Thursday through Saturday, for the 37th consecutive year, the Kansas City Federal Reserve is hosting its economic symposium in Jackson Hole. Central bankers from the Federal Reserve have descended upon the valley like 19th century fur trappers. Who they bill their expense reports to is a question that’s better not asked. Continue reading

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Do You Hear a Bell Ringing?

The sun shines brightest across the North American continent as we enter summer’s dog days. Cold sweet lemonade is the refreshment of choice at ballparks and swimming holes alike. Many people drink it after cutting the grass, or whenever else a respite from the heat and some thirst quenching satisfaction is needed. Continue reading

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The Four Dimensions of the Fake Money Order

“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there,” is a quote that’s oft misattributed to Lewis Carrol. The fact that there’s ambiguity about who’s behind this quote on ambiguity seems fitting. Continue reading

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