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Monthly Archives: January 2018

A Post-Mortem On The Corpse Of ‘Social Justice’

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at I have been commenting on social justice propaganda for quite some time; long before it was fashionable to do so, and long before there was an organized movement of support to defend commentators who dared to question the insane dictates of the cult of political […]

The Path The US Is On Is Unsustainable, Which Will INEVITABLY Lead To Social Disorder

Anyone paying even a mediocre amount of attention to what’s going in the United States is aware that the country is on a path that is unsustainable.  That unsustainability will inevitably lead to social disorder that could have the US looking a lot like Venezuela. Joe Joseph from The Daily Sheeple says that this social […]

Newt Says Pelosi Hated Being There, 2017

Wall Street’s Top Cop Can’t Shake Money Ties to Mysterious Firm

Wall Street’s Top Cop Can’t Shake Money Ties to Mysterious Firm By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: January 31, 2018 When Jay Clayton, President Donald Trump’s pick to head Wall Street’s top cop, the Securities and Exchange Commission, was preparing for his Senate confirmation in March of 2017, the watchdog nonprofit, Public Citizen, requested in […]

“It’s Time To Go” – Trey Gowdy Won’t Seek Re-Election

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), chair of the House Oversight Committee, announced Wednesday that he will not run for reelection. “There is a time to come and a time to go. This is the right time, for me, to leave politics and return to the justice system,” he said in a statement on Twitter. Full Statement: […]

One Dead After Train Carrying Republican Lawmakers Collides With Dump Truck

Update: Of the three passengers that were aboard the dump truck, one has died, according to Fox News and the Washington Post.   BREAKING: Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) tells me 3 passengers aboard the hit truck. 1 is dead. 2 injured. He and other lawmakers helped carry one of the injured truck passengers to an […]

The Next Maestro?

Authored by Michael Lebowitz via, The following article emphasizes that the perceived economic prosperity of recent decades is largely the result of political expediency. Those in charge of monetary policy have repetitively failed to act in the best interests of the public in an effort to either avoid criticism or preserve their individual status. […]

Jack Dorsey: “We Support Bitcoin; It Is A Path Towards Greater Financial Access For All”

While Facebook has decided to close the page on bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, banning ads about bitcoin, ICOs and other “alternative” financial products, Square is delighted to pick up the market share that Facebook does not care about, and as Jack Dorsey, who is the CEO of both Twitter and Square, tweeted moments ago (in his […]

Here’s The Information The DNC DESPERATELY Tried To Hide During The SOTU Address

During Wednesday’s State of the Union address, elitist Democrats were desperately trying to hide some information.  Not only are they still burned by Donald Trump’s win over Hillary Clinton in 2016, the information they filed with attempts to conceal it is probably also a source of some chapped hindquarters. Filed during the State of the Union […]

It’s Not The Size That Matters, It’s The Speed (Of The Selloff)

Earlier this week we looked at the key threshold  in the 10Y TSY, beyond which stocks would be slammed, with most banks agreeing that anything above 2.70% and it’s “watch out below” for stocks. The subsequent 2-day selloff, the biggest since September 2016, appeared to confirm this skepticism. But what if it’s not the size, […]