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Category Archives: Economy

This article, by Charles Hugh Smith, comes from With the bankruptcy of Greece now undeniable, we’ve finally reached the endgame of the Neocolonial-Financialization Model. We all know how old-fashioned colonialism worked: the imperial power takes physical control of previously independent lands and declares its ownership of the region as a newly minted colony. What’s […]

This article was originally published at Zero Hedge For those who have been following the recent ISM reports, one of the recurring concerns of respondents in both the manufacturing and service sector has been the congestion at West Coast Ports – which handled 43.5% of containerized cargo in the U.S and where transiting cargo accounted […]

Anyone with at least two firing neurons in their brain has known for years that the “Government numbers” for unemployment are a big lie. It is nice to see a mainstream opinion piece that admits it. – Shorty Dawkins, Associate Editor This opinion piece, by Jim Clifton, comes from the website. Opinion by Jim […]

This article was written by Simon Black and originally published at Sovereign Man I’ll admit that I wasn’t much of an athlete as a kid, at least in any traditional sport. (I famously struck out a tee-ball when I was five years old, managing to hit the stationary tee three times in a row. I’m […]

This article was written by Tom Chatham and originally published at Project Chesapeake There are many people that give you a list of things you should have if something bad suddenly happens. There is nothing wrong with that but many people never give much thought as to why those things are valuable during or after […]

This article comes from A month ago, when the Russian Ruble was crashing, developed nations were delighted to poke fun of Russians who lined up in front of currency exchange kiosks, supposedly to convert their rapidly devaluing Rubles into Dollars or other rising fiat. Today, those same developed nation hecklers are deathly silent after […]