Inside This Issue:
The Year So Far… And What to Expect Next
“America is being blown to smithereens,” writes our editor in chief P.J. O’Rourke… though not for the reason you think. P.J. pinpoints three enormously powerful forces behind this division in his letter from the editor…
- A “black hole” of government bureaucracy protecting the political class.
- A massive decoupling between the Wall Street stock market and the Main Street supermarket.
- And a complete flattening of rational discourse and leadership.
Welcome to 2020… It’s either the end of the beginning, or the beginning of the end.
Arguing for the “worst is yet to come” is financial analyst Mike DiBiase, who sees a tidal wave of corporate defaults and bankruptcies that cannot be stopped.
Joining him is Bill Bonner, who shows how counterfeit money from the Federal Reserve inevitably results in corruption, poverty, and chaos in America… along with the former finance minister of Greece, Yanis Varoufakis, who looks ahead 10 years at what he expects will be a “lost decade.”
Don’t miss journalist Alice Lloyd on the crisis-conditioned approach of the millennial investors… and how it will dictate the future of the financial landscape. Plus, financial analyst Alan Gula explains the “Magic Money Tree” that is MMT… and why you had better understand it if you have any money invested in the market.
Dan Ferris speaks with Bill Browder about one of the craziest and most horrifying stories we’ve read yet about the financial goings-on in Russia.
And of course, we turn to the lighter side, too…
- We try our hand at predicting pandemic winners and losers… like Jeff Bezos, dogs, cats, garden plots, folks trying to get by on their looks, and high school jocks. (Try and figure out which is which.)
- J. brings us “Killing Time: Part II” as the boredom continues at the O’Rourke house.
- And as always, we’re watching Twitter, so you don’t have to.
Former congressman Dr. Ron Paul explains the necessary separation of medicine and state.
And John Stossel shares why you do have a choice this fall for someone besides a big-spending, big-government candidate with the Libertarian Party’s presidential nominee. Keeping the peace and leaving folks alone sounds pretty good to us.
Finally, executive editor Buck Sexton shares what President Donald Trump promised him personally… “No second lockdown, no matter what,” he assured.
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