"Nothing Ever Ends, Adrian" — Dr. Manhattan, Watchmen (Subscribe to the newsletter here) With the mid-term elections behind us some things are very clear. There are deep, irreconcilable differences in the U.S. political system that will play out over the next few years. And what is really clear in these first few days is that … Continue reading November Issue of Gold Goats ‘n Guns Newsletter Released
The latest market report focuses on what happens now that Jeff Sessions has been removed as an obstacle to Trump fighting back against the coming Democrat-led House and the inevitable burying of DoJ and CIA malfeasance by incoming House Intel Cmte. Chair Adam Schiff among other things. To gain access to twice weekly market reports … Continue reading Market Report 11-10-2018
Finally the mid-terms are behind us. There was no Blue Wave nor was there as I hoped, a Red Tide. There was, in fact, a split decision that leaves the country in a slightly better but still deeply divided state. It will take a little time to fully digest what happened here but one thing … Continue reading The Mid-Terms Were All About Trump
Today's Market Report focuses on, what else?, the mid-terms. How does this 'split decision' affect things. What does it mean for Trumpism? Where do we go from here? For those interested in signing up for the private blog and twice weekly Market Reports, join my Patreon and pledge at least $4/month.
Immigration is a tricky subject for a lot of libertarians. If there is one issue that has caused more fights in libertarian circles it is the question of restricting a person's right to movement. But in a world of private property where does that right end? We know where it is in a world of … Continue reading Mo’ Money, Mo’ Invasion
“Remember, Remember the Fifth of November…” V for Vendetta Tuesday’s mid-term elections will not be a turning point for the United States. That happened when we elected Donald Trump in 2016. The roots of Trump’s win were seeded back in 2008 with Ron Paul. And today the words I wrote then I think hold the … Continue reading What Price Crazy?
During the ruble crisis of 2014/15 Russia announced in the wake of U.S. and European sanctions over reunifying with Crimea that it would begin building a domestic electronic financial transfer system, an alternative to SWIFT. That system, System for Transfer of Financial Messages (SPFS), is not only now functioning in Russia, according to a report from … Continue reading For Russia Change Comes SWIFT