In this episode of the Keiser Report, we discuss the Islamic State resembling the Taliban with oil fields – ie a whole lot like Oklahoma. We also discuss the new Misery Index, which shows labor force participation and velocity of money plunging. Meanwhile, back in America naked incidents are on the rise and, in Europe, suicide tourism rises four-fold. In the second half, Max continues his interview of bitcoin mogul, Trace Mayer, about bitcoin, central banking and geopolitics.
Opening music by Graham Plato; you can email him here.
Stacy Summary: Had a chat with a friend who is in the hotel business in New York. He’s also got a music site you can visit here. Anyway, some interesting ...
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You can always count on Americans to do the right thing, after they’ve tried everything else.
When an article appears in Foreign Affairs, the mouthpiece of the policy-setting Council on Foreign Relations, recommending that the Federal Reserve do a money drop directly on the 99%, you know the central bank must be down to its last bullet.
The September/October issue of Foreign Affairs features an article by Mark Blyth and Eric Lonergan titled “Print Less But Transfer More: Why Central Banks Should Give Money Directly To The People.” It’s the sort of thing normally heard only from money reformers and Social Credit enthusiasts far from the mainstream. What’s going on? Read more ›
With the summer unofficially over and the bankers and traders returning to their desks Tuesday morning, the paper futures gold and silver markets were greeted with a familiar scene: a massive paper take-down.
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A brand logo used to be a status symbol, as was the case for Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F), which had a logo associated over the past decade-plus with cool kids (or…not cool kids?) among American teenagers and college kids. But coming this spring, that logo will exist no longer in the US.
“In the spring season, we’re looking to take the North American logo business to practically nothing, but protect logo in international stores,” Abercrombie Chief Executive Officer Mike Jeffries said. “The logo business is larger in Hollister, and that becomes a little more difficult to overcome than it has in A&F, although we’re overcoming that in both brands.” Read more ›
Stacy Summary: A Pew poll finds that just 11% of self-professed ‘libertarians’ could even identify what that means. As Max always says!
You don’t know what ‘libertarian’ means
If you want to know what libertarianism is all about, don’t ask a libertarian, because most of them don’t know. A new poll from Pew Research found that only 11% of those surveyed who identified themselves as libertarian were correctly able to identify the very basic meaning of libertarianism as “someone whose political views emphasize individual freedom by limiting the role of government.”