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Category Archives: Savings And Loan

Don’t Fight the Fed

Alexander Hamilton, George Washington’s Treasury Secretary, in his first “Report on the Public Credit” in 1790, put forth the concepts of “assumption” and “redemption.” He argued that the federal government should assume the Revolutionary War debt and pay those debts at “face value”  in full to the bearers of such debt on demand. In order […]

Debunking The Big Lie

Authored by Keith Weiner via, Debunking a Lie Don Watkins of the Ayn Rand Institute wrote an article, The Myth of Banking Deregulation, to debunk a lie. The lie is that bank regulation is good. That it helped stabilize the economy in the 1930’s. And that deregulation at the end of the century destabilized […]

Martin Armstrong Warns “This Will Only End In Bloodshed…”

Submitted by Mac Slavo via, The rage among the left continues to build and it is being supported in earnest by mainstream personalities in Hollywood and the music industry. As Martin Armstrong points out, the constant protests by the Entertainment industry against Trump will not subside. The Grammy show was reduced to hurried political […]

IceCap Asset Management On Investing Through The Eyes Of An Ostrich

Submitted by Keith Dicker IceCap Asset Management The ostrich is an awesome bird. It has awesome legs, awesome eggs and an even more awesome history. 5,000 years ago, the Mesopotamians featured the giant bird on cups, shirts, and walls; and even used its eggs as currency in trade. 2,000 years later, the ostrich continued to […]

Two Boxes Of Hillary Emails Mysteriously Disappear

Buried deep in the FBI's latest 189-page summary of witness interviews is yet another startling revelation that seemingly points to potential evidence tampering in the Hillary email scandal.  Per the following interview with a State Department witness who worked in the Office of Information Programs and Services (IPS), IPS was originally instructed to pick up […]

The Fed Fiddles While Free Markets Burn

Authored by Mark St.Cyr, We’ve all heard the story of how the emperor Nero fiddled as Rome burned. Today, we use it an as analogy, whenever fitting, to show the callousness of either a person or entity when they are obviously engaged in wreaking havoc or utter devastation; all while caring none-the-least. Nobody seems to […]

ZeroHedge: The Long History of Government Meddling In The American Marketplace

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Submitted by Mike Holly via The Mises Institute, Although the causes of economic crises recurring throughout US history and often spreading worldwide can’t be proven using empirical means, oppressive government regulations favoring special interests in relevant industries have preceded every […]

The Bush Family Goes “All In” For Number Three (With The Help Of Its Bankers)

Submitted by Nomi Prins via, Money, they say, makes the world go round. So how’s $10 billion for you? That’s a top-end estimate for the record-breaking spending in this 1% presidential election campaign season. But is “season” even the right word, now that such campaigns are essentially four-year events that seem always to be underway? In a political […]

“Graccident” Will Trigger The Demise Of The ECB And The World’s Toxic Regime Of Keynesian Central Banking

Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, It is not surprising that in a few short months Yanis Varoufakis has proven himself to be a thoroughgoing Keynesian statist. After all, what would you expect from an economics PhD who co-authored books with Jamie Galbraith? The latter never saw an economic malady that could not be […]

Holder Gives 90 Day Ultimatum To Bring “Financial Crisis” Cases Against Bankers

Speaking in Washington this morning, US Attorney General Eric Holder made some rather disturbing (at least for financial market participants) statements, that made him appear to be ‘cracking-down’: HOLDER SAYS HE HAS GIVEN U.S. ATTORNEYS 90-DAY DEADLINE TO BRING CASES AGAINST INDIVIDUALS FOR THEIR ROLE IN FINANCIAL CRISIS Of course, the question is – does […]