I know you have been inundated with long posts of late with lots to read. Today should keep you buys on that track, with several articles of note. The final posts in rebuttal to my leftist BFF will come soon, as well as a special dissection of voting before the day on which we cast…Details
Continuing on after parts I, II, III, IV, and V: But aren’t Republicans better for business? Some people sure think so. In the 1980s I worked for a startup, and whenever he was asked about stock options, the CEO would talk about it depending somehow on whether a Republican or a Democrat was elected President.…Details
Good morning. So far, you have heard about why the left and right are the same (part I), that trends were altered around the 70s and 80s (part II), the role of markets in history (part III), and the dangers of debt (part IV). It has been a bit jumbled and confusing in parts, perhaps,…Details
Parts I, II, and III. Let’s get through another round of nonsense-refuting. It just so happens, debt is one of my favorite topics… But debt! But wasn’t the price of all this a constantly increasing national debt? No. Conservatives like to focus on total debt (when Democrats are in power) because it’s scarier; but we’re…Details
This is going well, isn’t it? And we are only a quarter the way down the page. Here are parts I and II. Let’s get a third out today. We have a few graphs in the next stint, but I will let our narrator talk a little bit before I jump in… This is even…Details
In his usual rant-y style, Peter Schiff lays it down about the depreciation of the dollar, the economic collapse that is sure to come soon, and the choices of lying politicians.