High marginal tax rates in the 1950s failed to generate revenue and stunted economic performance.
(and it will fall much further)
"The next Fourth Turning is due to begin shortly after the new millennium, midway through the Oh-Oh decade. Around the year 2005, a sudden spark will catalyze a Crisis mood. Remnants of the old social order will disintegrate. Political and econ
Americans can no longer afford to get sick and there's a reason why.
After we first reported last week that US credit card debt once again rose above $1 trillion, despite a recent sharp downward revision to the data, while both student and auto loans rose to a fresh record high...
Brett Veinotte (SchoolSucksProject.com) stops by the Freedom's Phoenix Studio while on his way back to New Hampshire - Davi Barker (Writer, Artist, Merchant, Speaker; The Muslim Agorist; Bitcoin Not Bombs; Survivor Max; Shiny Badges) joins the conver
I hope this article brings forward important questions about the Federal Reserves role in the US and I openly admit this is by no means a comprehensive article...
The financial system is loaded with anomalies, deformations and mispricings----outcomes which would never occur on an honest free market. For example, the junk bond yield at just 2% in Europe is now below that of the "risk-free" US treasury bond owin
European elites are hoarding cash, the Japanese are stuffing safes full of high-denomination bills, the saudis are scrambling, and judging from the following chart, the richest Americans are getting increasingly concerned about the safety of their we
"I could really use that $200,000 right now" my friend Brad told me over dinner.
The black swan in plain sight does emit the Donald's orangish glow, but at the end of the day its true color is actually red.
If the U.S. economy is doing just fine, why have we already shattered the all-time record for retail store closings in a single year?
Earlier in 2017, using the latest Fed data newspapers and financial media reported that US consumer credit card debt had risen above $1 trillion for the first time since the financial crisis
When the system will break no matter what the Fed tries