he market since 1971 (1974). Similarities between 2001 and now. John Bolton. Russia is isolated. What the future holds financially and economically. Obesity in the U.S. Deep corruption among the political class.
Feminization of the military. PC? Maybe. Competitive with the enemy? Perhaps not so much. Lots of anecdotal information. Federal and state corruption vis-à-vis the pharmaceutical industry. The economics of Alzheimer’s Disease: utterly horrifying. The RussiaRussiaRussia hysteria. Congress is now planning for the U.S. pension system failure. The current shortfall is catastrophic. With the coming stock market decline the losses will be unthinkable. (They already are). Pedestrian deaths in the U.S. John Bolton: national security advisor and warmonger run amok.
What’s happening in Britain with the two murders accredited to Russia probably totally falsely. Japan: a sad example of what happens when a nation’s economy goes bust after a dangerous, explosive, unsustainable boom. Homelessness in Los Angeles. You always hear how to make a good first impression. You don’t hear much about how to make a good last impression. More on the horrors of the gross national debt. This is important. Cambridge Analytica exploited the data of 50 million Facebook profiles to target American voters.
The elevation of Mike Pompeo has sealed the fate of the nation. Theresa May of the U.K has signed on. More on Equifax. Weak retail sales portend future trouble. A new scandal at the Obama administration. The sleaziest company out there: Apple. The real Rex Tillerson. The U.K. following in the U.S. footsteps with vilification of Russia’s unproven perfidy. Ongoing and accelerated censorship of conservative voices.
Economists are useless. There were none in the White House until 1946 before which America did pretty well! If America can learn to behave itself (it can’t) all will be much improved in the world. S. Africa going down the hell-hole of Zimbabwe (Rhodesia). Equifax profits from its own malfeasance. A new destination to consider for those wishing to relocate. Tax cuts do not lead to economic growth. More corruption in Congress. Violence: the American way of life.
A few words about gun ownership (just some common sense). Consumers’ credit problems. How to pay 0 taxes on income of $100,000. Why corporations are considered ’people’ in the U.S. The dreaded ISDS ruled out by the European Union. A quick overview of Europe and why Britain wants out. False growth in the economy. Loners.
General comment on the decline of the economy. Examples of health products and services not declining as they should. Comment on polls, featuring Pew. The bricks-and-mortar retail meltdown starting in 2015 continues in earnest. The grotesque wastage of American lives in absurd and unnecessary conflicts. You will NEVER hear about this in the MSM. Some idiotic cliché expressions. A comment on an unusual aspect of ‘Russian meddling’.
The story of CNN and its fake reportage. The OFR is supposed to warn of impending danger. It won’t. Companies which have endured the test of time over centuries. The new Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell, a dyed-in-the-wool Keynesian. The end of ancient Rome through its failing finances. The Rasmussen polling organization. A small window into Trump’s antics as a businessman.
The horrendous net loss for the U.S. government. No comment from the media. The Fed’s antics in terms of doling out money. Shoddy treatment of mass-shooting victims by the government. Warren Buffett is not buying. The curse of intelligence, being too clever for your own good. Be careful when answering ads promising ‘free’ information. The importance of savings being the engine that drives a healthy economy.