lfb.org / By Chris Campbell / Jun 24, 2016
So… Brexit it is.
This is, of course, great news. In an overly-centralized world, any decentralization of power is a marvelous thing and a sight for sore eyes.
We’re especially digging the headlines in our newsfeed this morning: Brexit Vote: A Pie in the Face to […]
mises.org / Jeff Deist / June 23, 2016
Decentralization and devolution of state power is always a good thing, regardless of the motivations behind such movements.
Hunter S. Thompson, looking back on 60s counterculture in San Francisco, lamented the end of that era and its flower-child innocence:
So now, less than five years later, you […]
zerohedge.com / by Justin Raimondo via AntiWar.com, on 04/29/2016 22:00
The reaction to GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s much-awaited foreign policy speech from the Washington elites was all-too-predictable: they sneered and snickered that he had mispronounced “Tanzania.” The more substantive criticisms weren’t much better: perpetual warmonger Lindsey Graham, whose presidential bid garnered zeropercent in the polls, […]
jonrappoport.wordpress.com / by Jon Rappoport / Jan 19, 2016
In preparing my first collection, The Matrix Revealed, I made the following side-note:
“In the dialectical view of history, you have a force that gives rise to its opposite. The two forces then compete, thus creating a third new force—which gives rise to its opposite and […]
wallstreetexaminer.com / by James Howard Kunstler via KUNSTLER / September 21, 2015
The economy is a two-headed monster. One head is the trade in real goods and real services. The other head is the financialized traffic in swindles and frauds that surrounds banking. There is some deception and overlap about which is which. For instance […]
jonrappoport.wordpress.com / by Jon Rappoport / June 11, 2015
“Once you really understand the truth behind the lies in a given arena, then you can finally back up far enough and see the actual reasons for the lies. You can see the secret program the lies are protecting. You can see why the program is […]
jonrappoport.wordpress.com / by Jon Rappoport / May 6, 2015
Imagine this fantasy. In Indiana, all citizens are under the gun. They must work in factories where the wage is 20 cents an hour. There are no unions. When unions start to form, the leaders are arrested or killed. Employers and the state government provide unsanitary […]
zerohedge.com / by James H Kunstler via Kusntler.com / 04/06/2015 12:00
“…we may be headed into a world where capital is abundant, deflationary pressures are substantial and demand could be in short supply for quite some time.”
– Lawrence Summers, former Secretary of the Treasury
Professor Summers must be reading Ben Bernanke’s new […]