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The Recline and Flail of Western Civilization and Other 2019 Predicitions

Today, as we prepare to close out the old, we offer a vast array of tidings. We bring words of doom and despair. We bring words of contemplation and reflection. And we also bring words of hope and sunshine. After all, the New Year’s nearly here. What better time than now to turn over a new leaf? New dreams, new directions, and new delusions, are all before us like a patch of ripe strawberries. Today’s the day to make a double fisted grab for all of them – and more. Continue reading

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Are the Voices in Fed President Kashkari’s Head Speaking Lies?

The government continues its approach towards full meltdown.  The stock market does too.  But when it comes down to it, these are mere distractions from the bigger breakdown that’s bearing down upon us. The average working stiff has little time … Continue reading

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Rise of the Japanese Androids

One of the unspoken delights in life is the rich satisfaction that comes with bearing witness to the spectacular failure of an offensive and unjust system.  This week served up a lavish plate of delicious appetizers with both a style and … Continue reading

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More Signs the End is Nigh

“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun,” explained Solomon in Ecclesiastes, nearly 3,000 years ago. Perhaps the advent of negative yielding debt would have been cause … Continue reading

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