Deficit Spending

The Floodgates Begin To Open

It’s now clear that what governments did to counter the Great Recession may have delayed systemic collapse, but did not resurrect the old normal.

Hillary: Deceit, Debt, & Delusions (Part 2)

Here’s the game being played behind the curtain, never to be revealed by Hillary, Yellen, the captured dying legacy media, or anyone beholden to the establishment for their paycheck or bribe...

Recession Now... Or Depression Later

Currently economists and market watchers roughly fall into two camps: Those who believe that the Federal Reserve must begin raising interest rates now so that it will have enough rate cutting firepower to fight the next recession, and those who believe that raising rates now will simply precipitate an immediate recession and force the Fed into battle without the tools it has traditionally used to stimulate growth. Both camps are delusional, but for different reasons.

Dear Senator McCain, You & Hillary Are The Problem

Dear Senator McCain, our national security is threatened by you, your policies, and your soulmate, Hillary Clinton. Neither of you have seen a war prospect you did not support. Both of you are totally clueless about blowbacks from meddling.

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Trump's corporate tax cut is the largest in US history, but it's another giveaway to the top 10%, including himself. It comes with no constraints so it will be spent on more stock buybacks and bigger bonuses. If you want a place at the table, you're going to have to fight for it; otherwise, you can stay below with the rest of the dying middle class and lick up the crumbs.

Why The Fed Is "A Terrible Parent"

"My goal is for my children to always be happy, to never experience pain, or sadness, or disappointment. To always get what they want, and to never have to hear the word ‘No.’" ...But spoiled kids take greater and greater risks, do dumber and dumber things, because there are never any consequences for their actions.

Clintonomics vs. Trumponomics

Immigration, terrorism, foreign policy, and the candidates' potentially problematic personality traits have dominated the 2016 US presidential race, and far less has been said about their proposals for the economy. But there are substantial differences between the two candidates in this respect, too, and they need to be examined.

Debt, Deficits & Economic Warnings

The processes that fueled the economic growth over the last 30 years are now beginning to run in reverse, and when combined with the demographic shifts in the U.S., the impact could be far more immediate and prolonged than the media, economists and analysts are currently expecting...It is simply a function of the math.