Biggest Inflation in the History of History Coming – Bill Holter

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Recently, one big name money manager after another is on record telling people to buy hard assets. Why? Financial writer and precious metals expert Bill Holter says they all know what is coming. Holter contends, “They understand that this is going to be the biggest monetary debasement in the … Read moreBiggest Inflation in the History of History Coming – Bill Holter

Flash Update No. 7

(SGS Subscription required) • Weakening and Negatively Benchmarked Annual Payroll Growth Signaled Deepening Recession • As Has Become Commonplace, Monthly Payroll Gains Continued to Disappoint Expectations, Despite Regular Relative Monthly Boosts from Downwardly Revised Prior-Month Activity • August Headline Unemployment of 3.7% Held Just a Notch Above Its Historic Low, Yet Broader Unemployment Measures Jumped … Read moreFlash Update No. 7

Making News: China Trade War Video Now Available!

I’m pleased to announce that a link to the video of my last appearance on i24News is now available.  It’s from two Fridays ago, but if you click on it, and press the download button, you’ll still be able to see a very timely conversation about the U.S.-China trade conflict.  And don’t forget:  It will … Read moreMaking News: China Trade War Video Now Available!

50 Years After Americans Walked on the Moon, India Lost Contact with Unmanned Probe Shortly before it was to Land on the Moon

Margaret Hamilton, lead Apollo flight software engineer, in the Apollo Command Module, NASA. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Hamilton_(software_engineer) Apollo 11 flight directors Gene Kranz (left), Glynn Lunney (center) and Cliff Charlesworth watch on the monitors in Mission Control as astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walk on the surface of the moon. NASA image The Mission Control team for … Read more50 Years After Americans Walked on the Moon, India Lost Contact with Unmanned Probe Shortly before it was to Land on the Moon

For Uber to Succeed, It Needs to Grow

In this week’s roundup, Uber is facing existential threats – from stock prices to pending legislation, what does the future hold for Uber? Senior RSG contributor John Ince tackles that question and more below. UBER AND LYFT FACE AN EXISTENTIAL THREAT IN CALIFORNIA — AND THEY’RE LOSING [The Verge] Sum and Substance: On August 29th, … Read moreFor Uber to Succeed, It Needs to Grow

Trevor Loudon provides a list of 60 Democratic Socialist/Marxists that are already in office in America

  EXCLUSIVE: Trevor Loudon Provides RAIR with List of DSA Marxists Holding Office in America Posted by Renee Nal On September 5, 2019 Democratic Socialists of America, DSA, Maria Svart, Trevor Loudon CHECK YOUR STATE BELOW! Watch Trevor Loudon explain why the nation’s largest Marxist organization, Democratic Socialists of America… Continue reading The post Trevor … Read moreTrevor Loudon provides a list of 60 Democratic Socialist/Marxists that are already in office in America

In India’s Assam State Poor Sell Assets-Pay Bribes to Prove Citizenship

India doesn’t want immigrants and even deports people who have always lived there who they think might have been immigrants half a century ago. Yet, they get mad if the US doesn’t let them all come move permanently to the United States. US citizens: Remember to call your Senators starting Tuesday to Stop Senate bill … Read moreIn India’s Assam State Poor Sell Assets-Pay Bribes to Prove Citizenship

Trailers Are Viable Alternative to Affordable Housing

It makes me crazy (not that I need much help) that it’s illegal in California to live in a trailer on private land. I’m wondering why nobody’s talking about trailers as a legitimate and legal alternative to affordable housing, which … Continue reading → The post Trailers Are Viable Alternative to Affordable Housing appeared first … Read moreTrailers Are Viable Alternative to Affordable Housing

ThinkProgress Shuts Down

The hard lefty site that warned us about the scourge of breasterants is now no more: Left-wing website ThinkProgress is shutting down after failing to find a buyer, according to the Daily Beast. Launched by the John Podesta-founded Center for American Progress (CAP) which had been hemorrhaging cash to keep the site afloat, ThinkProgress came … Read moreThinkProgress Shuts Down

Gold demand ticks up ahead of festive season

Demand for gold was subdued in major Asian hubs this week as high prices dampened consumer interest, although some hefty discounts on offer in India led to a slight uptick in buying ahead of a major festival season. Gold futures in India, the biggest bullion consumer after China, were trading around Rs 38,504 per 10 … Read moreGold demand ticks up ahead of festive season

Did Vikram lose control and crash land on to Moon after tumble?

Did India’s first moon lander Vikram crash on to the lunar surface resulting in the sudden snapping of the communication link with the Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter? All was going well with the 1,471 kg Vikram that began its descent at about 1.38 am. on Saturday from an altitude of 30 km at a velocity of 1,680 … Read moreDid Vikram lose control and crash land on to Moon after tumble?

Indian FTR1200 review: Premium, powerful and jazzy

Welcome the all-new FTR1200, a worthy attempt by Indian to shift the focus from large, beefy cruisers. Relying on premium parts, this one is a sure head-turner. We spent some time in the saddle of FTR1200 and enjoyed the enviable attention it garnered on the road. Well, on the performance front, here is how our … Read moreIndian FTR1200 review: Premium, powerful and jazzy

AI’s Chandrayaan announcement to wait till next time

Captain Amit Singh (name changed on request) is among the dozens of Air India pilots who were operating an international flight early Saturday morning (India time) when Chandrayaan-2 was expected to land on the moon. Singh was particularly looking forward to this flight as he, like all other colleagues who would have been in air … Read moreAI’s Chandrayaan announcement to wait till next time

Risk On, Risk Off … The Property Imperative Weekly 7th September 2019

The latest edition of our weekly finance and property news digest with a distinctively Australian flavour. Contents: 1:14 US 2:38 Powell In Switzerland 9:15 US Markets 14:00 Europe 16:49 China 18:32 Australia 19:09 Retail 19:55 DFA FCI 20:45 Trade 21:00 RBA Monetary Policy 22:08 GDP 25:00 DFA and the media 29:00 Property prices and auctions … Read moreRisk On, Risk Off … The Property Imperative Weekly 7th September 2019

FB antitrust probe may be first step against big techs

A coalition of US states unveiled on Friday an antitrust investigation of Facebook, the first of what is expected to be a wave of action against dominant technology firms. The case may be the first in a series of antitrust actions against big tech firms and highlights growing “techlash,” based on worries about platforms which … Read moreFB antitrust probe may be first step against big techs

States key drivers of growth for $5 tn economy: Kant

States will have to become key agents of growth to help achieve India’s target of becoming a $5 trillion economy, Niti Aayog chief executive officer Amitabh Kant said on Saturday. Speaking at an event organised here by industry chamber PHDCCI, Kant said states have to work together and learn from each other to radically transform … Read moreStates key drivers of growth for $5 tn economy: Kant