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How the Dianne Feinstein Effect Wrecked the Future

Attempting to spend a nation to prosperity using borrowed money at everyday low rates courtesy of the Fed is not without consequences. In the short run, an illusion of wealth can be erected. In the long run, that illusion slips into decay and disrepair. Rising interest rates expedite the failure of fiscal recklessness. Continue reading

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Coming Down from Cloud Cuckoo Land

In between the birth and death of capital there’s a wide-ranging succession. The lifecycle of capital generally follows that it is imagined, produced, consumed, and destroyed. How exactly this all takes place involves varying and infinite undulations. Continue reading

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ARMed and Dangerous at the U.S. Treasury

The U.S. government’s 2023 fiscal year ends at the end of the month. Does this excite you? It should. Assuming you care about the reliability of your dollar-based savings, investments, and what Uncle Sam does with the taxes you pay. Continue reading

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An Urgent Appeal for Duane “The Master of Disaster” Peters

Duane Peters worked really, really hard at being “The Master of Disaster” for over 40-years. Day after day. Year after year. Decade after decade. He gave it his all. It was a tough job. The broken bones. The knocked-out teeth. The many face pummelings. But he was good at it. Continue reading

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