Blog/International News

Illinois Can’t Pay Lottery Winners – OOPS!

The State of Illinois is dead broke. They cannot pay the pension of state employees. The lottery purchases obviously are used by the state for whatever they desire. [...]

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Reality Check

Over the weekend, The Financial Times reported that Beijing would abandon its large-scale share purchases. This story sparked declines in China’s A-listed [...]

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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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Australians Will Lose All Privacy as of October 13

Whatever you do online in Australia, every site you look at from porn to whatever, will be recorded by the government and will be accessible by more than 21 [...]

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Polls Show the Public Does Not Trust the Press

The polls show that the public distrusts the mainstream press. That is one poll they do not report because it is about them. The media generally dismisses any poll [...]

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Top Fundraisers Abandon Bush

What our computer has been forecasting for 2016 is unfolding right before our eyes. It is a product of the trend within the economy. Many Republicans I know are [...]

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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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The Establishment Hates Trump and Are Desperate to Stop Him

The Republicans had a little focus group where they watched taped instances of Trump’s apparent misogyny, political flip-flops, and awe-inspiring braggadocio. [...]

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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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