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Humans Fight Back: San Fran Security Robot Attacked, Knocked Over, Smeared With Feces

Earlier today, we mentioned the bizarre story of a San Francisco animal shelter which was using a low cost, high-tech robot security guard to purge homeless people outside its facilities. The San Francisco SPCA branch had contracted Knightscope to provide a K5 robot (the same model which in July committed suicide at a mall fountain) […]

Here Is Your Chance To #AskNeel Kashkari Anything

It’s that time again: Minneapolis Fed president, TARP creator and former Goldman and PIMCO employee Neel Kashkari is holding one of his periodic “open” twitter forums, where he will be taking questions from the general audience at 3:30pm ET. .@neelkashkariwill be taking questions starting at 2:30p CT. Use #AskNeel to participate. pic.twitter.com/3iCBjylw5c — Minneapolis Fed […]

Government By Goldman

Authored by Gary Rivlin and Michael Hudson via The Intercept, in partnership with The Investigative Fund, Steve Bannon was in the room the day Donald Trump first fell for Gary Cohn. So were Reince Priebus, Jared Kushner, and Trump’s pick for secretary of Treasury, Steve Mnuchin. It was the end of November, three weeks after Trump’s […]

How Big Of A “Deleveraging” Are We Talking About?

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Last week, I discussed the issue of debt and why “people buy payments.” This article generated much discussion and several emails including the following. “You argue that rising debt levels lead to slower economic growth, but what if it is slower growth leading to rising debt levels?” This is […]

The Federal Reserve Is A Saboteur – And The “Experts” Are Oblivious

Authored by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.com, I have written on the subject of the Federal Reserve's deliberate sabotage of the U.S. economy many times in the past. In fact, I even once referred to the Fed as an "economic suicide bomber." I still believe the label fits perfectly, and the Fed's recent actions I think […]

Biggest US Equity Outflows Since Brexit; US Banks Hit The Hardest

The latest evidence that rumors of Trumpflation trade’s death are not greatly exagerated came overnight from Bank of America which reported that based equity funds saw net outflows of $8.9 billion, the largest in 38 weeks. The most impacted sector was, not surprisingly, banks – the biggest beneficiary of the post-Trump election victory rally, which […]

Would Ayn Rand Have Cast President Trump As A Villain?

Submitted by Steve Simpson via The Foundation for Economic Education, After Donald Trump announced a number of cabinet picks who happen to be fans of Ayn Rand, a flurry of articles appeared claiming that Trump intended to create an Objectivist cabal within his administration. “Ayn Rand-acolyte Donald Trump stacks his cabinet with fellow Objectivists,” proclaimed […]

Former Lifelong Democrat Admits “Obama Is A Failed President”

Authored by Eric Zuesse via Strategic-Culture.org, I’m a former lifelong Democrat, stating here a clear and incontestable fact: Barack Obama is a failed President. It’s true not just because of the sad realities such as that «Top Ex-White House Economist Admits 94 % Of All New Jobs Under Obama Were Part-Time» — or, as the economists Alan Krueger […]

Something Wicked This Way Comes

Submitted by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, I stopped trying to predict markets back in 2008 when the Federal Reserve, Treasury Department, Wall Street bankers, and their propaganda peddling media mouthpieces colluded to rig the markets to benefit the elite establishment players while screwing average Americans. I haven’t owned any stocks to speak […]

Everyone’s Bullish: Barron’s Best Guessers Say Buy Banks, Sell Staples In 2017

Two years ago, as part of its one-year forward forecast issue, the ten “experts” polled by Barron’s in its one year forward forecast, predicted that the S&P would close 2015 an average of 2210, roughly 7% higher then the final print of 2014, which was at 2,058.9. Alas, their enthusiasm proved overoptimistic, and the market […]