The deficit of the U.S. government cannot be sustained. The general public does not understand this.
I have a confession to make: Even though it's my job to write about politics, I didn't watch a single second of the Republican or Democratic conventions — not even a YouTube clip of Clint Eastwood talking to the chair.
When a squirrel chewed through a cable and knocked him offline, journalist Andrew Blum started wondering what the Internet was really made of.
Presented at the 2012 Austrian Scholars Conference. Recorded 8 March 2012 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. Includes an introduction by Mark Thornton.
Recently I attended a three day class on medical response in hostile environments presented by Medical Corps in Caldwell, Ohio.
Did printing vast quantities of money work for the Weimar Republic? Nope.
A LinkedIn survey of 7,000 office workers asks what technologies and tools are slated for the dust bin
This article from Gawker media, which is centered on my opinions and writings about the incandescent light bulb banishment, appeared on Gizmodo on Thursday, September 20, 2012, complete with compare-and-contrast photos.
According to establishment officials, the concept of the Sovereign Man philosophy is a direct threat to the authority of the State.
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Rick Rule
You Know You Are A Conspiracy Theorist If...
Where were you when Star Trek: The Next Generation first aired? I can tell you exactly what I was doing, and the impact it had on me, as vividly as if it were today.
Never try to teach a pig to sing, advised Robert Heinlein. It wastes your time and it annoys the pig. Similarly, never try to convince a central banker that his policies are destructive.
Simpson On Capital Account (MUST WATCH!)
The British used to call it the “cost of Empire:” occasional attacks on Her majesty’s troops and legations by enraged, sword and spear-wielding natives.
Today the Western peoples are experiencing the destruction of their well being that is comparable to what the one percent in Rome imposed on Roman citizens and conquered peoples.
Here is Reuters configuring the conversation in terms of the desired dialectic. The question is not whether central banks have the right morally or even legally to print trillions of dollars at will but only when such events shall take place.
Wow, Has anyone seen the new TV show Last Resort? Its about a False Flag... It's portraying the military in a different light than most TV shows normally put them.
My wife and I have been "aware" that something isn't right since the whole Y2K scare back in 1999. Sadly at the time, we had no idea of what "prepping" was or the first thing to do about how we felt.
Famous short-seller Jim Chanos, who runs $6 billion Kynikos Associates, discussed four long of his positions this morning on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Hybrids have been popular gas-sipping choices for several years, but it's taken until this year for momentum to really gather behind plug-in hybrids.
During a speech earlier this year given by University of California-Riverside professor Richard Cardullo, the cottonseed derivative Gossypol is being proposed as an adequate sterilant to bring down the birthrate in the United States.
Analogizing from the sleight-of-hand tricks of magicians to the confidence-based efforts of the world's central bankers, Brent Johnson of Santiago Capital provides at once an entertaining and also devastatingly simple explanation of what these guys a
If you’re presently expecting a child or are planning on having one soon, you should really consider having your baby overseas.
The highly provocative anti-Muslim video “trailer” researchers claim is the handiwork of the Islamophobic provocateurs Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer and a resurgent neocon network is responsible for a new round of violent protests in the Middle Ea
Jesse did a damn fine job today. Too bad those women are clueless.
Video: Tom Woods Unloads on Jesse Benton and John Tate
Great job today:
Bernanke knows QE3 will fail to revive the real economy, but he doesn't care; his real job is to protect the Fed's political power and the banking sector's wealth.