October 17, 2020
This month in American Consequences, we’ve got all thepolitical and financial doom and gloom your stomach can handle…
Always a beacon of light in our cloudy political skies, Editor in Chief P.J. O’Rourke makes his case for why ill-informed citizens should just stay home on November 3. And he also explains why it really doesn’t matter who wins…
Have you noticed conspiracy theories are popping up everywhere these days? Globe-trotting American Consequences writer Kim Iskyan details how, in this world of COVID-19 and election stress, folks are grasping at straws to try to explain these crazy times…
Never one to mince words, author and radio host Sebastian Gorka writes America is already at war, with riots raging in our streets and racial tensions rocking an already fragile nation.
Dr. Ron Paul tells us COVID-19 isn’t the real pandemic – it’s debt… And if Congress doesn’t stop its spending, the coming economic crisis will be even worse.
And what happened to America’s white-picket-fence dreams? Executive Editor Trish Regan tackles the issue of today’s disappearing middle class and how that will impact the upcoming election.
Speaking of November 3… It’s no secret President Trump ruffles some news-outlet feathers. New American Consequences contributor Jason Rantz dives into why the media is Trump’s real 2020 election opponent.
Author Geoffrey Norman poses a great question – if the political and financial experts keep getting it wrong, maybe we should start listening to the crackpots… who seem to be getting it right.
Now, these pages aren’t filled with only impending despair… Financial guru Whitney Tilson writes if there’s a liberal landslide this election, certain market sectors will skyrocket.
And when the pandemic shut down sports betting, day trading surged… with regular folks “buying stocks like they’re in a casino”… Dr. Steve Sjuggerud explains why that signals his long-touted Melt Up is finally here (which means the Melt Down can’t be far behind).
Finally, Buck Sexton details the very-plausible scenario that there’s no winner on Election Day, or even the weeks after… which will send the name-calling and stolen-election allegations into overdrive.
Is it 2021 yet?
Managing Editor, American Consequences