Blog/USA Current Events

Government: The Most Evil Invention in History?

While we need some form of rule of law and independent body to appeal to for complaints, there is no question that government is by far the evilest invention ever [...]

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Advice for Trump

QUESTION: What would you advise Trump if he asked? ANSWER: When I debated Steve Forbes and New Jersey Governor Jim Florio who lost because he kept raising taxes, [...]

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Krugman: Debt is Good & No Bubble in Bonds

Back in May of 2013, Paul Krugman said there was no bubble in bonds. Now he is back saying that debt is good and there is not enough of it. So just what is [...]

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There is More At Stake Than Just China

Dennis Lockhart, President of Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, stuck to his guns late Monday by stating that he still expects the Fed to raise short-term interest [...]

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Chicago Wants to Tax Video & Music on Internet

Governments are the worst possible invention of humankind for they merge the rule of law with their self-interest to exploit the people for their own subsistence. [...]

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Federal Workers Are Exempt From the Full Draconian Position on Student Loans

QUESTION: Marty, there is a email going around claiming among many things that members of Congress, their staffers and their family members do not have to pay back [...]

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Economists Say Trump is Wrong

Yahoo reported that economists deny Trump’s ability to bring jobs back to America from China and other countries. Well, the economists are wrong. All it would [...]

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NSA: A Tax & Economics Espionage Agency

Anyone who thinks this is about terrorism is pathetically naive. The NSA is a top-notch Tax & Economic Espionage (TEE) organization; with terrorism so low [...]

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Confidence Game

QUESTION: Hello Mr. Armstrong, Humans often decide based on faith rather than thought if they have to choose one. Your ECM cycle is amazing, because it visualizes [...]

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The Fed Rate Hike & U.S. Equities

Sometimes it really does not matter what the underlying truth might be – markets move based upon anticipation and typically reverse with the news. The Fed is [...]

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