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How the United States Conquered Inflation Following the Civil War

Americans today are once again the victims of price inflation brought on by runaway government spending and printing of unbacked paper money.

Globalists Convene to Plan Central Bank Digital Currencies

Central bankers and bureaucrats are seizing on recent turmoil in cryptocurrency markets to push aggressively for central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

What's Biden's End Game in Ukraine?

Who cares that inflation is killing the American economy and mothers can’t even get baby formula. For Washington, spending on war and empire always seems to trump America’s interests.

Fed’s Inflation Fight Is All Bark, No Bite

What’s more, Wall Street lenders just might survive inflation. They probably wouldn’t survive mass defaults. And if there is any certainty in this uncertain world, it is that the Fed will look out for the banks.

Open Letter to Lex Fridman and Michael Saylor

The CEO of a gold company that Michael Saylor said should never exist, responds in an open letter.

Thirteen Major Fails: a Quick Rundown of our Rundown Economy

During the Roaring Twenties would anyone have believed you if you told them about the depression and the dust-bowl years that were soon to come? Would they have believed their celebratory excesses..

The Historical Case For A 70% Real Stock Market Loss Over 14 Years

This is a time not to panic - but to truly understand history, and to calmly and rationally prepare for an uncertain future.

Top 5 Reasons Why Diesel Fuel Will Get Much More Expensive

Russia currently ranks as the world’s third-largest producer of diesel, behind the US and Saudi Arabia, and used to send significant amounts to the European market; the UK, for example, relies..

GoldSeek Radio Nugget -- Peter Eliades: U.S. investors should brace for 70%+ losses

 With policymakers clamoring to contain inflation, raising the FFF rate, T-bonds/notes/bills have not offered the traditional safe haven, suggesting a more potent panacea may be..

BIS gold swaps fall by a third in two months. Is 'Basel 3' kicking in?

Once again it is evident that the BIS remains an active trader of significant volumes of gold swaps on a regular basis, and the recent data suggests that a downward trend in the bank's swaps has begun.

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