WealthCycles Video Report - March 2015
The two things that will affect your life more than anything are economics and the financial system and the vast majority of people, more than 90%, do not want to know about it.
WealthCycles Video Report - February 2015
When the powers that be set up a game and you refuse to play it because you're such a moral person, you end up losing to all of the people who are immoral. This is why we all need to start pointing out moralities and immoralities and try to live better as a people.
WealthCycles Video Report - January 2015
When small and medium-sized businesses are dying faster than they're being born, so is free enterprise. And when free enterprise dies, America dies with it.
WealthCycles Video Report - December 2014
The IMF is creating an I.O.U. for currencies that are an I.O.U. for bonds that are a promise to tax the citizens of each these countries out in the future, so the Special Drawing Right is nothing but a Ponzi scheme.
Minimum Wage = Maximum Hardship
The technology for machines to replace a lot of entry-level positions isn’t that far away. Raise the minimum wage and there go another million hamburger-flipping jobs.
WealthCycles Report - November 2014
The minimum wage makes it so if you want to pay the kid down the street $5 an hour to mow your lawn, you're breaking the law.
A Case of Mistaken Identity
Instead of making markets more efficient, subsidies distort economic activity and create even larger failures than might have existed in the marketplace.
Depressions Are Depressing
The problem is that there will always be people in charge who are overly confident and think they can do no wrong. These people have the hubris and blatant arrogance to think that they can control things… that they know more than the information contained in the sum of all transactions… that they know more than the free market.
The B.U.S. Takes America for a Ride – Adventures in Central Banking
"And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale." Thomas Jefferson
It's Not Easy Being Green - Lincoln's Greenback vs. the Confederate Dollar