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September 20, 2021

America’s War on Itself

Tensions between China and America are rising as China is blamed for America’s working class being left behind. A common excuse of politicians today, as they declare ‘trade war’, is that China is taking all of America’s jobs. Yet, China is only a willing participant in America’s fall, on its own sword. Viewed pragmatically, trade between two nations, happily doing

September 17, 2021

America’s Addiction to Debt

America’s Addiction to Debt Back-to-back administrations in the late 70s and 80s were unable to prevent the specter of stagflation from taking over the economy. Although every macroeconomic policy under the sun was attempted, and both Carter and Reagan were undermined by sea change in America’s debt structure, the increasing sale of national debt to foreign governments to finance further

September 17, 2021

A Roadmap for Millennials

A Roadmap for Millennials “Stand up! Be counted!” These are the rallying calls of the motivated and civic-minded young kids — often referred to as millennials — of our country. Their first target? None other than the National Rifle Association (“NRA”,) one of the biggest Goliaths out there. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m impressed. For too long, recent generations have stayed
The Real Cause of Income Inequality The statistics are abysmal — 50% of Americans have less than $500 in savings. Jobs are going to the poor, but having a job simply means that they go from being poor to being working poor. Having a job does not mean that they have prosperity. Meanwhile, income gains are going to the rich.

September 17, 2021

The Futility of Nations

The Futility of Nations “Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most conspicuous and sacred responsibility, all talks of the sovereignty of Parliament and of democracy is idle and futile.” – William Lyon Mackenzie King 1874-1950 There is no shortage of effort by politicians and governments around the world
Why There Could — and Should — be ‘FREE’ Lunch There’s an old saying, ‘There’s no free lunch’. The expression is supposed to mean that people have to earn a living — nothing comes for free. There is an ethical truth to this statement. We can’t expect to get what we want out of life by being couch potatoes and
Are some firms transferring nearer to having extra robots than workers? Latest research point out a development in that route. The information: Research from Google Cloud exhibits two-thirds of producers who use synthetic intelligence of their day-to-day operations say that their reliance on AI is growing. And a report from PwC predicts that by the mid-2030s, as much as 30% of jobs may very
In a country where the left and the right can’t agree on anything, there is one point most of us can agree on: The United States has never been more divided than it is now. The attack on the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021, gruesomely showed how deep our divisions have gotten. Both Republicans and Democrats have taken