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The Number of Employed Workers Fell in October and Price Inflation Continues to Outpace Wages

U.S. EconomyU.S. History

Blog11/04/2022

The jobs data is worse than the latest headlines suggest, and workers are staring at falling real wages, declining savings, and mounting debt. We can thank the Fed. 

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The Government, Race, and an Upcoming SCOTUS Decision

Law

The US Supreme Court has heard arguments for and against affirmative action in higher education admissions. Government needs to get out of the racial discrimination business altogether.

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The Petrodollar-Saudi Axis Is Why Washington Hates Iran

Financial MarketsWar and Foreign Policy

Blog11/01/2022

The Ponzi game known as selling US government debt is nearing its end. The seller is running out of suckers.

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The Realistic Market for Private Governance

AnarchyLegal SystemStrategy

Blog10/28/2022

What if the parallel communities we seek to build already exist in some form and our task is to identify and coalesce around those existing “nations within nations”?

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This Is Why the Yield Curve Just Inverted, Signaling a Coming Recession

Money and Banks

Blog10/27/2022

Why is an inversion of the yield curve is indicative of a recession? It stems in part from the fact that both recessions and yield curve inversion follow sizable slowing in monetary inflation. 

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To Many, America Still Is a Place of Opportunity (Unless Progressives Destroy That, Too)

Free MarketsImmigration

Blog10/26/2022

People still come to America, but it is because of the foundation created by private enterprise, not because of progressive politics.

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The Political History of Money

Money and Banks

Blog10/24/2022

The control of money is extremely convenient to governments, especially to have their own central bank to buy their debt when they are out of money.

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