Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Federal Reserve

Money supply growth falls again to 108 month low. Uh-oh.

Stocks hit record high. Global assets most elevated in history.

Middle class income highest on record, but it's not real.


The capitalist revolution.

Johnny Appleseed: capitalist.

Venezuelans eating dogs and zoo animals. Venezuela to ditch the dollar because it isn't inflating fast enough.


Dayton Arcade developers seek more tax incentives.

Economic growth in Dayton is uneven because funny-money reaches different people at different times.

Downtown music pavilion budget runs $3 million over budget.

Dayton still has low cost of living.


Climate scientists admit they were wrong and global warming is much slower than they predicted.

Climate scientists claim they're not just in it for the money, but it's wonderful they have to defend themselves.

Follow the global warming scam money.

Global warming money goes to unions.

Idiot blames Trump for hurricanes.

Massive Arctic ice gain over last five years.


Wikileaks exposes Russian mass surveillance programs.

Google suppressed alternative media.  Same with alternative health media.

YouTube censorship. Economically censors Ron Paul.

Google critics fired from think tank.

Google secretly records customers.


Congress unhappy Facebook won't turn over evidence of Russian 2016 election propaganda.

Secession movement in Catalonia. More.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Saturday, September 16, 2017


Government has to push electric cars because there's no market for them.


Trump betrays supporters with amnesty for Dreamers.


Snowden tweets proof CIA works with al Qaeda.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Sunday, September 10, 2017


At landfall, Irma was seventh and Harvey 18th in low pressure.

No record between major hurricanes either.

Saturday, September 09, 2017


Irma sets few records.

War on Drugs

"Few people consider how arbitrary, and historically recent, the current prohibition is; until the Harrison Act was passed in 1914, heroin and cocaine were both perfectly legal and easily obtainable over the counter.

Before that, very few people were addicted to narcotics, even though narcotics were available to anybody at the local corner drugstore. Addicts were just looked down on as suffering from a moral failure, and a lack of self-discipline. But since there was no more profit in heroin than in aspirin, there was no incentive to get people to use it. So there were no cartels or drug gangs."

Friday, September 08, 2017