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Give Democratic Socialism a Chance

“It is not good to have a rule of many.” – Homer A New Greek Tragedy A country with a burgeoning economy offers an intoxicating sensation.  It warms the hearts and softens the minds of men to notions that would … Continue reading

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Iran Says “Gold Is Money”

Iran Says “Gold Is Money” By Louis James, Casey Research Economic crises signal that the current system isn’t working as expected and needs improvement.  When it comes to monetary systems, questioning their fundamentals can lead to doubts about whether the … Continue reading

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Will Iran Kill the Petrodollar?

Will Iran Kill the Petrodollar? By Marin Katusa, Casey Research The official line from the United States and the European Union is that Tehran must be punished for continuing its efforts to develop a nuclear weapon.  The punishment: sanctions on … Continue reading

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War Imminent in Straits of Hormuz? $200 a Barrel Oil?

War Imminent in Straits of Hormuz? $200 a Barrel Oil? [Editor’s note: Today we bring you a guest essay by John Daly detailing the burgeoning potential for conflict in the Persian Gulf and how this could impact oil prices.  Reprinted … Continue reading

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