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“One Day Soon, The Sun Will Not Rise”

Authored by Chris Hamilton via Econimica blog, When the Q4 US resident population data is released, something that has not happened in the post WWII era will take place.   The population of adults aged 15-64 years old will decline.  This was not supposed to happen and will put an end to seven plus decades of continuous population growth […]

Globalization Is Poverty: “The Endgame Is Painfully Obvious”

Authored by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, Central bankers have never done more damage to the world economy than in the past 10 years. One may argue this is because they never had the power to do that. If their predecessors had had that power, who knows? Still, the global economy has […]

Has Google Become A Major Threat To Democracy In America?

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, About 10 years ago, Tim Wu, the Columbia Law professor who coined the term network neutrality, made this prescient comment: “To love Google, you have to be a little bit of a monarchist, you have to have faith in the way people traditionally felt about the king.”   Wu was […]

Paul Brodsky: “Sorry, It Had To Be Said”

Submitted by Paul Brodsky from Macro Allocation Being Here      “As long as the roots are not severed, all is well. And all will be well in the garden.”       – Chauncey Gardner (Chance, the Gardner) This piece takes a roundhouse swing at politics, real and imagined, and discusses critical economic issues that politicians should […]

Russia’s Real Endgame

Authored by James Rickards via The Daily Reckoning, Russia’s Putin has never taken his eye off the ball. His ambition is not global hegemony or European conquest. Putin seeks what Russia has always sought: regional hegemony and a set of buffer states in eastern Europe and central Asia that can add to Russia’s strategic depth. […]

France: What Is The Presidential Campaign Really About?

Authored by Yves Manou via The Gatestone Institute, The result of this mess is that France as one country no longer exists. People who voted for Le Pen seem to feel not only that they lost their jobs, but that they are becoming foreigners in their own country. Macron, for many analysts, is the candidate […]

The Globalization Debate (Video)

By EconMatters We examine the Globalization Debate and its effects on Financial Markets, applying Zero Sum Game Theory, Nuanced Analysis, and Donald Trump`s impact on the global economy in this video. China, Mexico and the Middle East are very fragile right now, and Trump policy has the potential for tipping these areas into an outright […]

25 Years Of Neocon-Neoliberalism: Great For The Top 5%, A Disaster For Everyone Else

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, It cannot be merely coincidental that the incomes and wealth of the top 5% have pulled away from the stagnating 95% in the 25 years dominated by neocon-neoliberalism. One unexamined narrative I keep hearing is: "OK, so neocon-neoliberalism was less than ideal, but Trump could be much worse." […]

Fiat Chrysler To Invest $1 Billion In The US, Add 2,000 Jobs

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jan 8, 2017 8:07 PM Suddenly the coolest thing in corporate America is announcing major capital investments in the US while adding thousands of American jobs, i.e., the opposite of the globalization trend of the past 30 years, and the latest to jump on the bandwagon is none other than Fiat Chrysler, […]

Will Globalization Survive Trump?

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / December 27, 2016 I have been a strong proponent of the notion Trump is likely to start a global trade war. Others are of the opinion that Trump will not do what he promised. Politicians lie. Who can argue with that? So, which viewpoint is more likely? Please consider Donald […]