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Is Christmas Inefficient?

Authored by Jeffrey Tucker via The Mises Institute, After hundreds of years of attacks on Christmas, economists have finally gotten into the act. Yale University’s Joel Waldfogel, writing in the American Economic Review, condemns what he calls “The Deadweight Loss of Christmas.” Once you cut through the calculus and graphs, his conclusion is clear: though Christmas […]


Welcome To The Age Of The Information-Industrial Complex

Authored by James Cobett via The Corbett Report, When WWII ended and the American deep state welded the national security establishment into place with the National Security Act, the world entered into a new era: the era of the military-industrial complex. But when the Cold War ended and the “Clash of Civilizations” became the new […]


Here Are The Biggest Winners And Losers From Trump’s Corporate Tax Cuts

Credit Suisse Chief US Equity Strategist, Jonathan Golub, has estimated that corporate tax cuts in the U.S. could boost average earnings of companies in the S&P by about 8-10%.  Now, as those tax cuts get priced into the market for the 10th time today, we decided to take a look at which industries will benefit […]


Cometh The Hour, Cometh An Insane Cash-Hating Fed Governor – Nobody’s “Goodfriend”

Marvin Goodfriend is not a Fed governor yet, but it’s likely asking far too much to expect US lawmakers to block President Trump’s nomination. Unfortunately for the American citizenry, Goodfriend (not) has all the establishment credentials which will likely see the nomination rubber-stamped: economic advisor to the White House (1984-5), director of research at the […]


Obama DOJ Didn’t Bother To Interview FBI Informant Before Filing Charges In Uranium One Scandal

Do you ever get the sense that with certain investigations, primarily those targeting conservatives, the FBI has a tendency to dot every ‘i’, cross every ‘t’ and pursue charges at all costs, no matter how minor, but with others (think Hillary’s email scandal) even the most glaring violations of federal law seem to go unpunished? […]


Can A 16 Year Old Math Genius And Semi-Naked Women Sell The First Ever ICO Tranche

As a product, we may have just encountered the most brilliant Initial Coin Offering ever. As a marketing ploy meant to reach the broadest number of financially astute investors who are just dying to see a quadruple-digit IRR on their prudent investment, this is certainly the pinnacle of genius. We are still in awe of […]


Is President Trump’s Legal Team Preparing For An Imminent “Obstruction Of Justice” Charge?

President Trump set off a new wave of mainstream media outrage over the weekend when he publicly admitted that he was aware that Flynn had lied to the FBI and Vice President when he made the decision to fire him.  Not surprisingly, the Left has used the admission to once again suggest that Trump obstructed […]


“White Men Can Jump” After All – Our ‘Garbage-In-Garbage-Out’ World Exposed

Authored by Robert Gore via Straight Line Logic blog, This article will not go viral… Professor Charles W. Kingsfield Jr. announces his mission statement to his first-year contracts class at Harvard Law School. You teach yourselves the law, but I train your mind. You come in here with a skull full of mush; you leave […]


US Household Debt Is Rising 60% Faster Than Wages, And One Rating Agency Is Worried

In a report released today by DBRS titled “Consumer debt and debt burden”, the rating agency which is best known for keep Italian debt eligible for ECB monetization at the peak of the European banking crisis, looks at the latest Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit issued by the NY Fed (discussed here previously) […]


The Five Biggest Tests For China’s Next Central Bank Governor

Zhou Xiaochuan’s long reign as PBoC Governor is drawing to a close. He signaled his impending retirement last month and will be seventy years old In January 2018. Zhou has headed up China’s central bank from the early days of China’s “growth miracle” in 2002 and successfully – thanks to massive credit creation – steered […]


DOJ Launches Probe Into Harvard’s Affirmative Action Admissions

The Department of Justice is taking its first tentative steps toward dismantling the 40-year-old system of affirmative action that governs admissions at US colleges and universities by opening an investigation into the admissions practices of America’s oldest and most venerated institution of higher education: Harvard. According to the Wall Street Journal, the DOJ’s investigation into […]


How A Half-Educated Tech Elite Delivered Us Into This Chaos

Authored by John Naughton, op-ed via The Guardian, If our supersmart tech leaders knew a bit more about history or philosophy we wouldn’t be in the mess we’re in now… One of the biggest puzzles about our current predicament with fake news and the weaponisation of social media is why the folks who built this […]


A Plurality Of Voters Want Special Counsel To Investigate Clinton And Trump

Despite Jeff Sessions’ surprising insistence during his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee earlier this week that there’s “no factual basis” to appoint a special counsel to investigate actions by Clinton and former FBI Director James Comey, a plurality of voters believe special prosecutors should be investigating both the Clinton and Trump campaigns, according to […]


Frontrunning: November 16

Senate Panel Approves Tax Plan as GOP Leaders Gird for Fight (BBG) U.S. towns, cities fear taxpayer revolt if Republicans kill deduction (Reuters) After House Victory, Tax-Overhaul Fight Now Goes to Senate (WSJ) Analysts flee Wall Street with gallows humor as research changes loom (Reuters) Tesla Unveils ‘World’s Fastest Production Car’ and Electric Big Rig […]


BoE Deputy Governor Gives Crazy Speech Warning Markets Have Underestimated Rate Rises

On 2 November 2017, the Bank of England raised rates for the first time in a decade and Sterling’s initial rise was promptly sold off by forex traders as we discussed. The 7-2 vote by the Monetary Policy Committee was not the unanimous decision some had expected, while Cunliffe and Ramsden saw insufficient evidence that […]