Posts Tagged ‘interest rates’

Greek democracy—a very loooong history, a very short future.

What is next for them—and us (17:40):

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Benjamin Tucker on the source of capital, first published in an 1881 issue of Liberty, and later in his classic, Instead of a Book, by a Man Too Busy to Write One.

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Kissinger calls Iran a ‘weak and small country with inherent limits’; Muslims and Han Chinese clash in Western China, killing 156+; G-8 to dictate radically tyrannical “green” policies; Fed economist warned of a collapse if interest rates didn’t raise in 2003;  Shanghai, HK, and Indonesia take steps away from dollar hegemony; India to steal more land from the poor to multinational corporations; Thomas Woods schools some mindless, so-called ‘progressive’ tyranny cheerleaders; and more… (more…)

Obama drone strike kills 65 at a funeral in Pakistan; Another man released from Gitmo; International collaborators look to attack “tax havens” like Switzerland; The Ayatollah’s tactics to crush dissent are biting him in the ass; Russia supports East Jerusalem as a Palestinian capital; Cigarettes, whiskey, and wild money in the life of the world’s oldest man; and more… (more…)

NYT bestselling author and historian Thomas E. Woods, Jr. on how then-president Warren G. Harding got America out the depression we never read about. Very funny and informative (yet, somewhat vulgar. Ugh!). (more…)

Anarcho-capitalist President of the Mises Institute Lew Rockwell on the far-sighted “intellectual clarity” necessary to understand the current economic crisis. (more…)