We discuss Ronald Reagan’s warning that inflation is as ‘violent as a mugger, as frightening as an armed robber and as deadly as a hit man,’ yet forgetting to warn us that so were his own trade and economic policies. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Henry Giroux, author of forthcoming book, America at War with Itself. They discuss neoliberalism and the role of such economic policies in decimating the working and middle classes in the US and other nations.
We show how many millions of voters having only $10 to their name can lead to disastrous societal consequences and that orange-flavoured meth will not save the day. In the second half, Max interviews Henry Giroux, author of the forthcoming book, America at War with Itself. They discuss the descent into madness as demonstrated by the latest presidential clown show.
We discuss the new superpower of tomatoes and the unintended consequences of exerting power through sanctions. In the second half, Max and Stacy continue their interview with two precious metals analysts – Craig Hemke of TFMetalsReport.com and Andrew Maguire of AndrewMaguireGoldTrading.com. The discussion moves on to the role of China and Russia in creating a new international gold order.
We reject the idea that anyone should earn a basic guaranteed income for merely sitting on their assets. In the second half, Max and Stacy interview two precious metals analysts – Craig Hemke of TFMetalsReport.com and Andrew Maguire of AndrewMaguireGoldTrading.com. The two give their forecasts for the gold market and discuss the latest in several admitted cases of gold price manipulation.
We discuss the markets, showing what the politicians won’t tell us: from unsustainable debts to $1 trillion debt pandas. In the second half, Max continues his interview with author and director Tariq Nasheed about his hit crowdfunded documentary, Hidden Colors 4.
On today’s episode of Double Down, hosts Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Elizabeth Mizon of TheCanary.co to discuss the escalating and confusing higher education costs at a time when even the IMF admits neoliberalism is ‘oversold.’
We discuss bad boys and bond markets. We also discuss ‘modern serfdom’ as American employees increasingly rely on loans from their employers. In the second half, Max interviews Satyajit Das, author of Extreme Money, about the drift to autarky.
We discuss how America lost its mojo while the UK became ‘the most corrupt country on Earth.’ In the second half, Max interviews filmmaker Tariq Nasheed about his crowdfunded documentary, Hidden Colors 4, which is highly ranked on Amazon in terms of pre-sales.
We discuss whether ‘the system’ can survive robots and whether a man can stand on his own, as the military industrial complex provides much of the technology behind the biggest success stories in Silicon Valley. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Professor Robert McChesney about his book, People Get Ready: The Fight Against a Jobless Economy and a Citizenless Democracy.
We discuss the ominous new trends linked to the fact that no ‘Mr Smiths’ have gone to Washington in decades. With corruption paying so well, monopolies and big box store businesses over run the previously job-producing regions of America. In the second half Max interviews Professor Robert McChesney about the media’s role in the US election so far – from $3 billion in free air time for Donald Trump to refusing to cover Bernie Sanders until late in the game. They also discuss ‘the defining moment’ as robots begin to replace more and more jobs and how this relates to the voters choosing Trump.