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The Mother Of All Financial Bubbles

The main lesson from Oroville — or Fukushima, or Katrina —  is that governments do a poor job of relating accurate information to their citizens when big threats are involved. Part of

By Chris Martenson on Thursday February 23rd, 2017
Economy, Geopolitics 23Public Content

The Disenchantment of American Politics

Considering the problems we face as a nation, the torpor and lassitude of current politics in America seems like a kind of offense against history. What other people have allowed

By JHK on Wednesday January 8th, 2014
Economy, Energy 7Public Content

There Is Too Little Gold in the West

Western central banks have tried to shake off the constraints of gold for a long time, which has created enormous difficulties for them. They have generally succeeded in managing opinion

By Alasdair Macleod on Friday December 6th, 2013
Economy 19Public Content

Happy 40th Birthday, Fiat Dollar!

Exactly 40 years ago today, on August 15th 1971, the US dollar was released from the cruel tethers of an international gold standard. Today, we find notable monetary authorities seeking its

By Chris Martenson on Monday August 15th, 2011
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