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Has Keynesian Economics Finally Jumped the Shark?

If everyone has a cross to bear in life, mine is the perplexing durability of Keynesian economics.

I thought the idea was dead when Keynesians incorrectly said you couldn’t have simultaneously rising inflation and unemployment like we saw in the 1970s. 1,273 more words


Willem Middelkoop Economic Reset Should Terrify Investors

Here is a new interview from Willem Middelkoop. My previous interview with Mr. Middelkoop can be found here: Willem Middelkoop – Big Reset Interview Looming Economic ‘Reset’ Should Terrify Investors Last Updated On: January 20, 2016 By: Nick Giammarino Subscribe to the Global Currency Reset… 6 more words

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The Importance of the China Laos Railway Development

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I am currently in Vientiane, the capital of Laos. It’s three years since I was last in Laos and one of the first things that I noticed is the large number of Chinese tourists, ahead of the… 300 more words


The War against Cash, Part II

I wrote yesterday that governments want to eliminate cash in order to make it easier to squeeze more money from taxpayers.

But that’s not the only reason why politicians are interested in banning paper money and coins. 1,143 more words


Mind-controlled car created in China - Xinhua | English.news.cn

Xinhua, the leading Chinese news agency reports that Chinese engineers from Nankai University in northern Tianjin have created a car that can be controlled by nothing but your mind. 148 more words