Financial

The Season for Gold

June 5, 2019 0

Gold was riding high Monday on bad news regarding the US economy, causing stocks to fall and Wall Street traders to pile into bullion.   US markets were choppy on the first trading day after […]

Financial

Going South

May 7, 2019 0

A 25 percent tariff on Chinese goods coming into the USA. That’ll git her done, all right — if you mean pulling the plug on America’s holographic economy. For about thirty years this is how […]

Commentary

Ominous Tendings in the Nervous Here and Now

April 23, 2019 0

Unfortunately for the nation, the RussiaGate fiasco is only half over. There is just too much documented official turpitude on the public record for the authorities to answer for and the institutional damage runs too […]

Government

The Fed’s Failures Are Mounting

March 14, 2019 0

Danielle DiMartino Booth In the decade between “60 Minutes” interviews, the central bank has sparked a recovery without inflation but not much else. By Danielle DiMartino-Booth March 12, 2019, 12:00 PM CDT   This article originally appeared […]

Commentary

“Now Is the Time of Monsters”

March 13, 2019 0

by Jeff Thomas In ancient Rome, interregnum was the term given to the period between stable governments when anything untoward might occur, and sometimes did – civil unrest, warfare between warlords, power vacuums and, finally, succession wars. But […]

Commentary

Ides and Tides

March 12, 2019 0

Just as presidents are expected to act presidentially, Federal Reserve chairpersons are expected to act oracularly — as semi-supernatural beings who emerge now and again from some cave of mathematical secrets to offer reassuringly cryptic […]

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