(Jeffrey Tucker) An axiom everyone picks up in college – and in nearly the whole of media culture too – is that people who favor a market economy disregard everyone but the privileged rich (itself a euphemism). It’s a great rhetorical trick because the presumption keeps backers of freedom on the hot seat, permanently.
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(Just The News) Of the 31 states that had unemployment rates lower than the U.S. national average of 6.1%, the overwhelming majority, 26, are Republican-led states.
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(Leisa Audette) Oh boy! Biden’s Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg was caught in a pickle this morning on Fox News. He could not define exactly what qualifies as infrastructure because, according to him, just about anything can be infrastructure.
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(Anthony T) Dr. Ben Carson in his latest Fox News interview discussed the sinister reality of Joe Biden’s new $6 trillion spending budget.
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(Tyler Durden) For the better part of the past decade, Wall Street traders would end their week with at least a casual glance at JPMorgan’s closely-followed cross-asset report written every week by the bank’s top x-asset strategist, John Normand. But not any more: as Normand wrote in his May 21 note published last Friday, “this is my last research note and video, as I am moving on after 24 years.” In his note, Normand discusses lessons “learned in over two decades with JPM Research, covering cross-asset strategy/asset allocation, Currencies, Commodities and Fixed Income” a period “which covers four business cycles, three US/global recessions and four financial crises (that didn’t cause US recessions), plus hundreds of weekly reports and client meetings.”
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(We Love Trump) No, this is not a paid ad. It’s also not financial advice. It’s just me, Noah, and I’m writing this article because I can’t respond to the (literally) hundreds of people asking me about bitcoin.
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(Allan Stevo) In doing so, she makes a judgment about the “correct” amount of electricity use. But it raises the question of who is entitled to make such a judgment.
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(Scott B) You’ve probably heard the saying ‘printing money out of THIN air’ – and most likely you’ve heard it regarding todays banksters. It’s blamed for many things, most commonly the seeming ability by banksters to print money from nowhere…
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