Category: Corruption

Detroit Has Gone From Being The Greatest Manufacturing City In The World To A Global Joke

Detroit Has Gone From Being The Greatest Manufacturing City In The World To A Global Joke

In 1960, the city of Detroit was the greatest manufacturing city that the world had ever seen.  Nearly two million people lived there, and it had the highest per capita income in the United States.  That may be hard to...

Dark Dynamics

Dark Dynamics

What the world is witnessing, without actually paying much attention, is the death of our debt-based economy — that is, borrowing the means to thrive in the now from a future that can’t really furnish it anymore. The illusion that...

Picking Up the UK Tab

Back in the late ‘90s, I began saying, “I’ll give the EU twenty years.” At that point, the EU seemed to be going great guns, but I believed that it was an ill-conceived concept that wouldn’t stand the test of...

Competitive Devaluation and Rising Precious Metals Prices

Competitive Devaluation and Rising Precious Metals Prices

TDC Note – Jeff’s opening statement – “Words have meaning.” Words like money, currency, dollar and credit. Gold is money. What most of us, including myself but I’m working on it, refer to the paper “dollars” or the digits-on-a-screen as “money”. It...

Is The Federal Reserve About To Make A MAJOR MISTAKE?

YT Comments Jonathan C. Why is it a mistake? You and may others have been saying that they should have raised rates years ago. The currency is at risk. You don’t care if the market goes up or down as...

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‘Pep Talk’ – We Are Winning, and Won’t Be Stopped

This weekend, I’m going to act as your “spirit guide,” in our ongoing quest to save ourselves from the Hitler-esque “elites” that have commandeered monetary policy and financial markets – in the process, destroying global economic activity, political stability, and...

Two views of West’s decline

Two views of West’s decline

by Joel Kotkin Summer is usually a time for light reading, and for the most part, I indulged the usual array of historical novels, science fiction as well as my passion for ancient history. But two compelling books out this year...