Deep State Operatives Attempt A Coup D'Etat Of Donald Trump

Presidential historian and author Doug Wead claims that the deep state, which has successfully overthrown the governments of foreign countries, is going to continue to actively seek a coup d’etat of the duly elected president of the United States... "They’ve overthrown governments... duly elected democratic governments. They created what they called 'popular uprisings'... here we go, let's try this is America...There's no going back."

Moody's Cuts Aussie Bank Ratings Due To "Tail Risk" Concerns

"Whilst mortgage affordability for most borrowers remains good at current interest rates, the reduction in the savings rate, the rise in household leverage and the rising prevalence of interest-only and investment loans are all indicators of rising risks."

These Are New York City's Top-Selling Condo Buildings

A ranking of New York City's top-selling apartment buildings from Property Shark found that the city's leading hotspot is Central Park, with six of the 10 best-selling buildings clustered around the landmark.

Kirk Sorensen: The Future Of Energy?

Imagine a form of nuclear energy with greater output and virtually no safety issues. Such is the promise of liquid flouride thorium reactors (LFTRs)...

An Empire Self-Destructs

"...empires are built through the creation or acquisition of wealth... They tend to end through the gradual elimination of the free-market system, the metamorphosis to a welfare state, and, finally, through the destruction of wealth through costly warfare..."

What If Taxpayers Could Choose If Taxes Went To The State Or Federal Level?

in every state, rich or poor, high-tax or low-tax, the federal government is getting the lion's share of taxes wrung from the pockets of the taxpayers. But, most of that ends up being spent in the states, anyway. So, an obvious question presents itself: why send all that money to Washington first? Why not just spend it where it originates?

Google Promises To Bury "Questionable" Content On YouTube

"...we will be taking a tougher stance on videos that do not clearly violate our policies — for example, videos that contain inflammatory religious or supremacist content. In future these will appear behind an interstitial warning and they will not be monetised, recommended or eligible for comments or user endorsements."