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  • Kass: Follow The Money

    Authored by Doug Kass via, The Tremor Before the Quake & The Fed’s $450bn Balance Sheet Reduction “The combination of rate hikes and balance sheet reductions from the Federal Reserve in 2018 sucked up global U.S. dollar liquidity and put emerging markets under immense pressure in 2018. Emerging market equities were 20-30% lower from February through October, then the S&P played catch-up to the downside.This, combined with tariffs from the White House, has...

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  • The Morality of Fiat Money

    Fiat inflation constantly reduces the purchasing power of money
  • The Argument: Your Questions, Answered

    Plus Ashley Nicole Black on political comedy.
  • How to save more money in 2019

    Seven resolutions to improve your financial well-being this year.

    NBC News
  • Why Have Arsenal Got No Money and What's Their Plan?

    When Arsene Wenger left Arsenal in May 2018, a new world was supposed to open up for their supporters. The protests could finally end, the predictable nature of the club would shift, and the glory days might return

    Bleacher Report
  • Abandoning the Trump ‘Authoritarian’ Argument

    Leftist pundits admit the Constitution works.

  • Money: How Its Past Predicts Its Future

    Authored by Claudio Grass via The Mises Institute, What is money, where does it come from and more importantly where does it go? At first glance, it might appear inexplicable and bizarre that our governments and our rulers have managed to keep their stronghold over the monetary system for 2000 years, especially when one thinks about the countless ways in which they abused that power and used their monopoly to the detriment of their own citizens. It was a mass delusion that facilitated this, a...

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  • Man shot during argument in Gresham

    He was shot in his leg and taken to Christ Medical Center, police said.

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • The Silly Arguments Against a Border Wall

    They’ll go around it? Exactly—that’s the point.

  • Trump Is Losing the Shutdown Argument

    The longer the shutdown drags on, the more impressed voters will be with politicians who seem most interested in ending it.

  • How the Successful and Wealthy Think About Their Money

    Take on a few of these habits and transform how you build wealth.

  • Let's Play Follow The Climate Money!

    Authored by Paul Driessen, originally published at The climate crisis industry incessantly claims that fossil fuel emissions are causing unprecedented temperature, climate and weather changes that pose existential threats to human civilization and our planet. The only solution, Climate Crisis, Inc. insists, is to eliminate the oil, coal and natural gas that provide 80% of the energy that makes US and global economies, health and living standards possible. Failing that, CCI demands...

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  • Should I pay down debt or save this money?

    The pros and cons for your options for a lump sum of cash. Q. I currently owe about $24,000 on a home equity line of credit (HELOC) and the current interest rate is 4.75 percent. I have a high-yield savings account paying 2 percent. This month I must take my Required Minimum Distribution from my IRA in the amount of $4000. Should I pay it towards my HELOC or deposit it in my savings account? -- Homeowner A. Without knowing the whole of your financial situation,...
  • Which Dems have the money advantage in 2020?

    Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren entered the 2020 presidential race this week in a strong financial position as a prodigious fundraiser with lots of available cash. Warren, who announced a presidential exploratory committee on Monday, has $12.5 million left over from her 2018 Senate campaign that she can transfer to her presidential campaign coffers. Only one other Democratic senator considering a presidential bid has come close to Warren's early war chest: New York's Kirsten Gillibrand, who...

  • Seagrass saves beaches and money

    Seagrass beds are so effective in protecting tropical beaches from erosion, that they can reduce the need for regular, expensive beach nourishments that are used now. In a recent article in the journal BioScience, biologists and engineers from The Netherlands and Mexico describe experiments and field observations around the Caribbean Sea. "A foreshore with both healthy seagrass beds as well as calcifying algae, is a resilient and sustainable option in coastal defense", says lead author Rebecca...
  • Fat Joe opens up about his money woes

    Fat Joe says its been tough to see his one-time peers — and their bank balances — eclipse him.
  • Fat Joe opens up about his money woes

    Fat Joe says its been tough to see his one-time peers — and their bank balances — eclipse him.

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  • Brattleboro has ideas for leftover money from upgrades

    Officials in Brattleboro hope to use leftover funds from bonds issued for police and fire station upgrades to help play for three final projects. Town Manager Peter Elwell says the