Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump promised to reform the U.S. tax system. His proposals are nothing new – simplification… fewer brackets… eliminate loopholes for rich people.
We’re talking about money. And the problem caused by the Fed’s phony-baloney credit-money. It has led to a worldwide debt bubble – $300 trillion worth.
And like all bubbles, it’s going to blow up. When it does, we predict, there will be Hell to pay.
Money is the measuring stick. It tells us what things are worth… how much we can afford to invest… what is worth doing and what is not.
The term Deep State is not original to us. It was first coined to describe anti-democratic elements within the military, the intelligence services, the judiciary, and the mafia that controlled the real levers of power in Kemalist Turkey.
The U.S. stock market broke its losing streak yesterday. After five straight losing sessions, the Dow eked out a 92-point gain. The financial media didn’t know what to say about it. So, we ended up with the typical inanities, myths, and claptrap.
The Swiss voted against awarding all citizens a “universal basic income” of about $30,000 a year, regardless of whether they have work or not. But the idea is unlikely to go away. Two-thirds of British voters say they are in favor of the idea. And Canada’s Ontario province is set to try something similar. If you’ve been following these Diary entries, you know how and why we have a welfare state.
BALTIMORE – Is there really a “War on Cash”? No. There’s a war on you. We’ll come back to that in a minute… First, a…
But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father. –…
First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they attack you. Then you win. – Quote Donald Trump misattributed to Mahatma Gandhi And…
Word on The Street is that Fed chair Janet Yellen will stick to her plan to begin normalizing interest rates later this month.