Time Magazine

Retired FBI Special Agent Blows The Whistle On The Real Robert Mueller

"It seems clear that based on his history and close “partnership” with Comey, called “one of the closest working relationships the top ranks of the Justice Department have ever seen,” Mueller was chosen as Special Counsel not because he has integrity but because he will do what the powerful want him to do."

Is America's Alliance with Turkey Doomed?

The historic breakdown in Anglo-Ottoman relations is a useful model for evaluating today’s troubled alliance between the United States and Turkey...

Albert Edwards Is Puzzled: "Where Is The Wage Inflation?"

"To be honest I am a little surprised that US nominal wages are not showing more of an acceleration given surging headline inflation has crushed real wage growth over the last year. Falling US real wages are already resulting in slower consumption growth, but workers have not yet pushed up nominal wage inflation..."

American Healthcare - A Racket Of Rackets

"If you thought banking in our time was a miserable racket - which it is, of course, and by 'racket' I mean a criminal enterprise - then so-called health care has it beat by a country mile, with an added layer of sadism and cruelty built into its operations."

Will Chrystia Freeland Finally Ruin Canadian-Russian Relations?

What should Canada’s surviving veterans think about the Liberal government sending Canadian advisors to train Kiev’s armed hooligans? "Against Russian aggression," Freeland would no doubt retort. But even MSM journalists in Canada, not as venal as their American counterparts, have derided such talk as "delusional." The question is will the majority of Canadians fall for Freeland’s dangerous Russophobia?

Frontrunning: March 3

  • Investors Await Yellen Speech for Clues on Fed’s Next Move (WSJ)
  • Russian Ambassador Avid D.C. Networker (WSJ)
  • Pence Used Private Email for Public Business as Indiana Governor (BBG)
  • Hedge Fund Titans Face What Comes Next as They Pass Certain Age (BBG)
  • Japan returns to inflation for first time since 2015 (FT)