March 30, 2017
t’s official! Britain out of the European Union on 29th March, 2019. Good riddance! The social and historic implications of unemployment in the U.S. No president or politician can forestall the current, deeply structural crises. People moving away from major U.S. cities. The Dutch invented bonds… and then defaulted on them! What we can (but won’t) learn from history. It helps to remember that we are all bound by limitations, some self-imposed and some imposed on us.
March 26, 2017
Comment on the GOP decision not to put the AHCA to a vote and the real implications of “insured” healthcare. The American economic and financial system totally lacks disciple. The only possible result is self-destruction. This holds true for any endeavor. Revealing the true nature of Steve Eisman, ‘hero’ of the movie, The Big Short’.Exploding batteries on planes. “Defense” spending increases by 10%. Europe’s financing problems. Crime and punishment throughout the ages.
March 23, 2017
This show is being sent one day early due to scheduling conflicts…
Trumpcare would appear to have miscalculated. I believe it will be rectified but this is a serious embarrassment. Are you a ‘nice person’? The essence of economic growth. More on the student debt scandal. Trump is learning the ropes – the hard way. The process is important. Nobody can read the future, to our great cost. The ECB is desperately trying to kindle inflation, to pay more money to its failing crony banks! International officialdom uniformly admits there is no evidence for any Trump-Russia collusion.
March 19, 2017
How the media dealt with this. “Bigger than Watergate?” The human condition as seen through the eyes of H.G. Wells. Not a pretty sight. More emigrants from than immigrants to California. How barter alternatives have changed over the millennia. (Not very much).A company with no rules: surprising results… Individual stocks don’t even beat treasury bills. The government controls fully half the economy. We have record assets and debt during a full-blown and durable depression. Why? A book recommendation. The source of the global financial meltdown.
March 16, 2017
This show will be overwhelmingly about the latest hacking scandal. There is much to talk about. Wikileaks has changed irrevocably the essence of what the United States of America is all about. Much of this was predicted 100 years ago by Edward Bernays and H.L. Mencken. This should put the Russian nonsense to bed once-and-for-all. But will it? My comment on healthcare. Britain’s economy hanging by a thread. Brazil in the throes of a deep depression.
March 12, 2017
Uncovering the lies and withholds that have prevented you from understanding the economic reality of the last 16 years. Target2 quick follow-up. Also, quick follow-up on my Russia report. Quick word on the Wikileaks revelations. The lowdown on government invasions of your electronic devices. The value of different passports (U.S. ranked 35th). The U.K needs just to leave the E.U. and stop listening to their threats. The imminent commercial real estate crisis.
March 9, 2017
A description of European money flows and shortfalls. This is very alarming. The medical death rate data due to medical error: truly horrifying. Presidential racism throughout history. The Pension Benefit Guarantee Corp. running out of money. Political correctness run amok in the U.K. The shift in media consumption and production. Social disintegration.
March 5, 2017
Trump’s first address to Congress was, it seems, a success. He outlined his plans and confirmed keeping his campaign promises. But no mention of where the money comes from for all these projects. Outlandish and absurd real estate listings point to the peak of the current, ridiculous mania. Why single-payer health coverage is best. A study on how 174 teenagers changed over a 63-year period. More on the perils of a cashless society. The ‘debt-to-GDP ratio’ explained. It’s important. A quick update on the European situation. A humorous medical commentary on Obamacare.
March 2, 2017
A very sad century so far. The chief culprit – by far: Alan Greenspan. The false accusations against Russia. The horror of the record $4.1 trillion in consumer debt. Student loans are a nightmare of unparalleled proportions. The positive value of stress in our lives. The forces that drive science. A possible end to air conditioning. Cash is, apparently, not the only perpetrator of crime such as money laundering. Bank-to-bank up-market real estate purchases would appear to be among the primary enablers.