Senator Rand Paul slammed Republicans Monday for voting in favour of a huge $900 billion coronavirus relief bill, saying that they are no better than the Democrats they routinely label as 'socialists'.
Well, here we go again. The U.S. House of Representatives just passed a $900 billion stimulus package, and we are being promised that it will provide a real "boost" to the economy.
Tim Picciott (The Liberty Advisor) gives the Economic Report - Tina Maria (LearnTheRisk) on the death of vaccine safety advocate and Merck whistleblower Brandy Vaughan - Dr. Judy Mikovits, PhD, provides an update on vaccines/education/mandates
Here's A Breakdown Of Everything Inside The $900BN Stimulus Bill, And What It Means For The US Economy
In modern times, there has never been a Christmas like this in America. Millions are freshly unemployed, another wave of lockdowns is forcing countless businesses to close their doors, and people are waiting in line for hours at food banks all over
Update 6:50pm: House Speaker Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Schumer's issued a joint statement on the Coronavirus Relief & Omnibus Agreement:
The big story last week was the dollar's slow meltdown. The dollar index broke below 90 for the first time since the spring of 2018.
It is not for no reason that cryptos are roaring, and precious metals are playing catch-up.
I can't wait to get away from Covid coverage. I've learned a lot, helped many, and yet I'm really anxious to get back to my main work in the world, which has to do with cultivating resilience.
Do you feel like another major crisis could erupt at any moment? If so, you are certainly not alone.
When Money Dies, Adam Fergusson's cautionary account of hyperinflation in Weimar-era Germany, is the book Americans desperately need to read today.
Yesterday we asked if it was time to start worrying about food inflation while discussing recent notes by both Goldman and SocGen's Albert Edwards, who highlighted the current burst in food inflation across the globe and especially emerging markets,,
One of the unexpected silver linings resulting from the covid crisis frequently brought up by economists, is the record surge in household savings as a result of the trillions of fiscal stimulus injected in the economy earlier this year: this cash bu
A bipartisan group of US lawmakers have finally revealed the details of their stimulus compromise, which will come in two packages totaling $908 billion.
Industrial Production and Manufacturing remain significantly lower on a year-over-year basis with the latter actually decelerating in November...
US HOUSEHOLD WEALTH HITS ALL-TIME HIGH AS "TOP 1%" HAVE NEVER BEEN RICHER WHILE POOR DROWN IN DEBT
What would the United States look like if we lost half of our small businesses?
A cynic might observe that one is disinclined to think much about matters than do not affect one personally.
The Fed's latest Flow of Funds report released at noon today showed the latest snapshot of the US "household" sector as of Sept 30 2020.
Although the micro home movement isn't necessarily new, many have put tiny homes on their radar since COVID-19.
January is going to be a mess. America's small-time landlords, along with their tenants, are in trouble as safety nets are set to expire.
You have been warned. The Biden – Yellen (BY) nightmare dream team will fulfil our worst fears of deficit spending, debt explosion and dollar collapse.
A lot of pundits and analysts insist inflation isn't a problem because the bond market isn't signaling any inflation concerns.
If nearly 40 percent of the entire nation anticipates spending the next 12 months in "survival mode", that is not a good sign for what the coming year will bring.
"Eureka! The formula for success is letting others do the work, and then take all the credit!"
Ernest Hancock takes the LOVE Bus (LoveBusLibertyTour.com) to Springerville, AZ - Bob Anderson (libertarian activist) traveling with Ernest talks about the tour and their experiences on the road in AZ - Tim Picciott (The Liberty Advisor) gives the Ec
New York's political class has shown a disdain for capitalism and private property. Fortunately, companies and individuals have other options.
Some Federal Reserve officials are calling for tougher banking regulations in order to prevent the Fed's low interest rate policy from leading investors to take "excessive" risks that will create asset bubbles.
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...Saxo Bank Unveils Its 'Outrageous Predictions' For The Year Ahead