Blog/World Events

Towns Resorting to Extortion of Drivers to Raise Money

  I have written about the abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture laws in the United States, which have mimicked now in Europe. Police are no longer used to protect [...]

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Did NY Times Say Thomas Edison Should be Hanged for Inventing Stuff?

At the peak of the Economic Confidence Model 1878.15 (February 24th), the Public Wave before the Private Wave that peaked in 1929, technology was [...]

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Political Prosecutions in Full Swing

Paul Manafort, a former campaign manager for President Donald Trump, was indicted on charges of money laundering and conspiracy against the United States. This is a [...]

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Do You Really Think Politicians Can Stop Climate Change?

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; It appears that politicians are attributing any change in the climate to human activity. They have simply either gone mad or just [...]

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Cars Sales Dropping as Taxes Rise

The demand for cars has been declining rapidly in Britain and that is impacting German car sales rather sharply. All price levels in cars have been declining, not [...]

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The Way to the Future – Cryptos Move Over

The Maldives has introduced what may become the next innovation. Maldives Immigration has introduced a new type of ID card that replaces your credit card, passport, [...]

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The Coming Cold Winter 2017-2018

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong, First of all – THANK YOU for all you do, for your guiding light. As I’ve read your blog, (a must daily), the post [...]

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ABC & Fake News

ABC News has indeed violated the principles of a Free Press and is the example why the old Fairness Doctrine should be restored. ABC News has come out and wrote: [...]

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Left Opposes Lowing Taxes on Rich in France to Bring them Home

An online petition from the left in France is demanding that Macrone tell the “truth” about the tax rate the top 100 French will be taxed. They refuse [...]

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Canada’s Hunt For Taxes Turns on Minimum Wage Earners

The hunt for taxes has turned to employees of companies. Any benefit you give an employee is considered “soft-income” and is to be taxed. In the USA, [...]

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