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Big Ag Boom in the Making

This article first appeared in The Edge Financial Daily, on January 15, 2018. HANGZHOU: An agriculture boom is forming, said Jim Rogers, who intends to invest in agriculture more than in Inc. The billionaire commodity guru believes agricultural product prices are hitting bottom now, and that they will rebound soon as supply would not be […]

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Drowning in the Money River

It’s a big club and you ain’t in it. ~ George Carlin If you suspect society is unfair, that there’s a different set of rules the rich live by, you’re right. I’ve had ample chance to witness first-hand evidence of this in my time working on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley. Simply put: our […]

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Horrible With a Chance of Disaster

The flu epidemic has struck the entire mainland US at the same time and in similar levels for the first time ever as health officials warn the season could get worse. Influenza activity is now widespread in all states except Hawaii with the deadly virus already claiming the lives of more than 85 adults and 20 […]

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The Most Reliable Cars in the US

These are the top 15 cars that American drivers tend to keep the longest before trading in for a new one. Toyota models dominated the list taking out the top five spots, according to the new study by Fourteen of the top cars predicted to last more than 15 years are Japanese models, with the […]

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Birds of Prey Set Wildfires

Black Kite (Milvus migrans) – one of the species accused of setting fires. By Mayukhghose (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons So much for fire control – JoNova reports that raptors have been photographed congregating on the edge of large Australian bushfires, picking up burning sticks, and deliberately setting new spot fires in advance of the […]

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The FBI’s Dirty Hand

Russia-gate is becoming FBI-gate, thanks to the official release of unguarded text messages between loose-lipped FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok and his garrulous girlfriend, FBI lawyer Lisa Page. (Ten illustrative texts from their exchange appear at the end of this article.) Despite his former job as chief of the FBI’s counterintelligence section, Strzok had the […]

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A Convinced Rothbardian

Shortly after Murray Rothbard’s lamented death in January, 1995, Lew  Rockwell telephoned me. He asked me to write a book review journal for the Mises Institute, covering new books in philosophy, history, politics, and economics. Moreover, he wanted the first issue in one month. I managed to meet the deadline and continued to write the journal for a […]

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Love Him or Loathe Him

Trump and the Fine Art of Dialectics Alexander Blok, one of the smartest and most noble of Russians, wrote this amazing essay on Catiline, a Roman rebel whose plot was crushed and who was utterly maligned by the father of all bullshit, Cicero. So Catiline was this patrician, a decadent SOB who, when mistreated and […]

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As North and South Korea Meet

On January 10th, TASS reported that Moscow and Beijing have made an agreement to closely coordinate efforts to resolve the situation on the Korean Peninsula.  This was stated by the Russian Foreign Ministry after the conclusion of a meeting between the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov and the Chinese Ambassador to Russia, Li Hui. The Korean […]

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Living as a German Migrant in China

In the course of the ongoing mass immigration, the question of integration has been raised by everyone: Politicians, journalists and also the regulars in the bar puzzle over, talk about and discuss how the hundreds of thousands of Afghans, Ethiopians, Algerians, Bosniaks, Eritreans, Iraqis, Moroccans, Serbs, Syrians, Pakistanis and everyone else on a pilgrimage to […]

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The Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown

Dr Helen Caldicott, explains recent robot photos taken of Fukushima’s Daiichi nuclear reactors: radiation levels have not peaked, but have continued to spill toxic waste into the Pacific Ocean — but it’s only now the damage has been photographed. RECENT reporting of a huge radiation measurement at Unit 2 in the Fukushima Daichi reactor complex does not signify that there is a peak in […]

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Feinstein’s Leak of Fusion GPS’s Testimony

An infallible sign that a bad case is collapsing under its own weight comes when its proponents show that they have misunderstood the evidence which is supposed to underpin it. A classic example of this happened yesterday in the Russiagate case when Senator Dianne Feinstein unilaterally published the transcript of the testimony of Glenn Simpson of […]

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9 Signs This Deficiency

Insomnia, depression, cravings and tiredness are the bane of many of our lives. But they could be signs of a simple problem: magnesium deficiency. The Daily Mail’s Dr Michael Moseley addressed the issue recently when he appeared on BBC Radio Two’s Breakfast Show with Chris Evans – exploring how the humble mineral could treat a range of […]

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Flu Vaccine Failure Again

The 2017-2018 flu season has shown to be particularly nasty this year — in part, they believe, because of a less effective vaccine. Each month, flu cases have multiplied and the CDC has already warned this year’s flu will be worst than the last. To date, 36 states are showing widespread influenza levels and many believe this […]

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Trump’s Crime Report Card

One reason Donald Trump is president is because of the Obama administration’s own goal in setting off a major murder wave in Ferguson in 2014, in an era when both technology and prosperity should have been lowering the death toll from crime. So how did the Trump administration do at fighting crime in 2017? I only pay attention to […]

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Don’t Let Some Snow Stop You

Evacuating during the harsh winter elements is already a difficult feat, but what if you find yourself in a post-EMP environment while driving and have to bug out in the snow? There is no vehicle to comfortably take you to your bug out location. For many, you will be on foot and all you have […]

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Bundy Family Victory Over Corrupt Gov’t

A federal judge in Las Vegas on Monday dismissed the case against rancher Cliven Bundy, his two sons, and a fourth man who took part in the 2014 confrontation with the government. U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro closed out the latest chapter in the so-called “Battle of Bunkerville” by dismissing the charges with prejudice against Cliven, Ammon […]

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