Category Archives: Debt

UPDATED (8/16): The World According To ‘Crooked’ Hillary And Her Gyno-Brigade

Capitalism, Debt, Feminism, Gender, Hillary Clinton

“It was only right that Hillary Clinton’s first general election speech was before Planned Parenthood on Friday,” blared the headline on MSNBC.com. Well of course. That’s what’s on my mind. I can’t stop thinking dilation and curettage (D&C), not the $19 trillion debt and the terrifying prospect of negative interest rates, which you know is on Donald Trump’s mind (perhaps someone should tell him to talk about negative interest rates!!!!!!!!!!!!).

What do you think Hillary and her gyno-brigade know about markets, capital formation and the importance of savings to investment—and to civilization? I don’t know about you, but when I see Hillary flanked, backed and surrounded by a kaleidoscope of bossy, angry, teary, aggrieved-looking females, girly men and the likes of Rajiv K. Fernando; I just know that things are going to be alright.

Were the American media not as crooked as Hillary, the headlines, in addition to the jobs report and the prospects for savers, should have been, “Stunning Emails Reveal How Clinton Foundation Donor Bought Seat As Hillary’s Nuclear Weapons Advisor.” The last is a report on Zero Hedge. While CNN TV has reported on the Clinton donor scandal; there is nothing, for now, on the CNN site to that effect.

The Google search engine has “forgotten” to sweep up the story for its search. I tried and came up with Zero Hedge only.

READ the story of Rajiv K. Fernando’s—I think he even made superdelegate—and how he got his seat on the International Security Advisory Board (ISAB).

Yes, what do you suppose “Pocahontas,” aka Elizabeth Warren (touted as Hillary’s VP), knows about capital markets, capital formation, savings, or the impact of negative interest rates on all the above?

UPDATE (8/16): “Look at the lovely faces surrounding Trump on rallies, compared to the malevolent-looking motley crew that goes with Clinton.”

Tweet Round Up (Mid-May-June): ‘1237,’ Illiberal Schools, Islam, Debt & Donald, Immigration, MegaloMegyn

Britain, Debt, Donald Trump, Education, Foreign Policy, History, IMMIGRATION, Individual Rights, libertarianism, Media, Neoconservatism, Private Property, Race, Republicans

TRUMP in Sacramento:


1237:


John Brown & neocons:


Hijabs in military academy:


Kunta Kerwick on Roots:


Cupcakes:


Brexit:


Libertarians for Hiroshima:


TRUMP rally reality:


Not Bon Jovi but Roger Daltrey:


Megyn’s getting scarier:


Slow media still guessing:


Media & street Thugs blame Trump:


Pinko Republicans go for Trump:


Refugees:


Pocahontas:


Libertarian Party:


They women burn Bernie


DEBT


Geert Wilders:


Invade Then Invite (as Steve Sailer put it)


Forced Integration:

Week’s Tweets (4/22): TRUMP, White Lives Lost, Black Lives Matter, Roger Stone, Colorado, Brussels, Cruz Crap

Crime, Debt, Donald Trump, Europe, Objectivism, Race, Terrorism

On A New Trick From The Feds’ Funny-Money Bag of Tricks

Debt, Federal Reserve Bank, Inflation, Private Property

Its old tricks are bad enough, but when an wrecking-ball like the Federal Reserve Bank tries something “new,” there’s even more reason to be afraid:

“T]here is something new [and ominous] in the present [quantitative easing] cycle,” warns Murphy, Robert P. Murphy, in the latest Mises Institute “Austrian.”

“The Fed is trying to raise rates while simultaneously maintaining its bloated balance sheet. It is attempting to pull off a magic trick whereby it can keep all of the ‘benefits’ of its earlier rounds of monetary expansion (i.e., “quantitative easing” or “QE”) while removing the artificial stimulus of ultra-low interest rates. …”

“Raising interest rates without selling assets,” gives us “the worst of both worlds.

We still get the economic effects of “tighter monetary policy,” because the price of credit is rising as it would in a normal Fed tightening. Yet we don’t get the benefit of a smaller Fed
footprint and a return of assets to the private sector. Instead, the US taxpayer is ultimately paying subsidies to lending institutions to induce them to charge more for loans, while the big banks and Treasury still benefit from the effective bailout they’ve been getting for years. …

Important reading: “The Fed Can’t Save Us” by Robert P. Murphy.