Telegraph writer Ambrose Evans-Pritchard says the Fed risks repeating Lehman blunder as US recession storm gathers.
Pat Buchanan: Ruling class fears the people won't accept its political legitimacy
William Hill slashes odds on Trump victory amid betting patterns eerily reminiscent of those seen in the lead up to the EU referendum
If there is another terrorist attack on U.S. soil, this time because of the death and destruction that the U.S. government is wreaking in Yemen, I can already hear the laments and complaints of statist-Americans: "Oh my gosh, another terrorist atta
Though no one can foretell the future, it is self-evident that the status quo - dependent as it is on cheap oil and fast-expanding debt - is unsustainable.
Wednesday in an appearance on CSPAN, Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein offered an omnious prediction of what a Hillary Clinton presidency might look like.
Discussing the future of automobiles at the 2016 Frontiers Conference
Gold may not have the high rate of return that the casino called Wall Street offers … to insiders.
Since they can't sell people on electric cars, the next best thing is to outlaw internal combustion-engined cars. In order to force people into electric cars.
IT'S HARD TO think of a single technology that will shape our world more in the next 50 years than artificial intelligence.
The only way to govern successfully is to actually solve the underlying systemic problems, but doing that requires overthrowing a corrupt, self-serving elite.
Currently economists and market watchers roughly fall into two camps: Those who believe that the Federal Reserve must begin raising interest rates now so that it will have enough rate cutting firepower to fight the next recession, and those who belie
"What they want is to be free to conjure crisis after crisis after crisis; to have the option to collapse the system only to replace it with something identical in nature but even more oppressive in its function."
Both the U.S. and Russia are prepared to go there under certain circumstances.
In mid-August, when the market was enjoying its low-volatility grind higher, we observed that one of the biggest bears in the hedge fund industry, Crispin Odey, was having a bad year, with his hedge fund sinking some 30% through the end of July. Sinc
Celebrating the racial diversity of the Charlotte protesters last week, William Barber II, chairman of the North Carolina NAACP, proudly proclaimed, "This is what democracy looks like."
The rumbling started Monday morning deep under the Salton Sea.
There's an interesting correlation between heavy truck sales, GDP, and the S&P 500.