2020 Was a Snack, 2021 Is the Main Course

January 5, 2021 0

CHARLES HUGH SMITH One of the dishes at the banquet of consequences that will surprise a great many revelers is the systemic failure of the Federal Reserve’s one-size-fits-all “solution” to every spot of bother: print […]



November 4, 2020 0

By Nate Hagens Modern elections—despite their social and political importance—have become more like sporting events than referendums around ideas. We so intensely identify with our partisan tribe, that we focus on the slogans, the rooting […]


The Barbarians Are Threatening Us!

October 14, 2020 0

Alastair CROOKE Now, as we enter the final month of the U.S. election, the expected climax to long-buried animosities is at hand. It is unlikely to be brief or decisive. The internal convulsions of the U.S. […]


The Third Worlding of America

October 9, 2020 0

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2020  I shamelessly nicked this off my Facebook Friend Matt Bracken’s Post.  I thought it was depressing but accurate telling what is going on in America.  I was getting my coffee and […]


So No Stimulus Bill This Month … Really?

October 9, 2020 0

Less than 24 hours after beating the apparently wimpiest case of covid-19 ever, Donald Trump decided that his subjects’ lives aren’t exciting enough. So he called off Congressional talks on the latest stimulus bill. Never […]


Democrats Shoot Down $1.5T Pandemic Stimulus Compromise

September 16, 2020 0

by Tyler Durden Update (1425ET): In what should be a surprise to nobody, House Democrats have completely shot down the $1.5 trillion bipartisan compromise for pandemic relief, arguing “When it comes to bolstering the public health system, […]

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