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Podcast: How The Disgust Mechanism Creates Violence With Carmine Savastano (Plus Preparing For 2020)...

In this podcast I talked with Carmine Savastano of www.tpaak.com about his recent article titled The Origins Of Violence. Last time we talked...

Metals & Miners Prepare For An Early 2020 Liftoff – Chris Vermeulen (12/31/2019)

Over the moderately quiet 2019 Christmas holiday season, while the US and global stock markets continue to push higher, precious metals and miners have...

Could a housing shortage drive millennials to renting? – Source – Yahoo Finance (12/31/2019)

Housing Analyst Tim Rood discusses how a severe housing shortage could affect the housing and rental market.

The Decay of the World Order As We Know It | A World on...

A World on The Brink begins with Episode One, where host Dee Smith examines the complex world we live in and looks...

A “Market” Crash Is Baked In–Here’s Why – Charles Hugh Smith (12/31/2019)

Anyone looking at the hollowed-out, fragile shell of a Fed-managed "market" as a system realizes a crash that runs away from central...

Monetary Policy: Seeing Like a State – Alexander W. Salter (12/31/2019)

In Seeing Like a State, James C. Scott argues, among other things, that states have an incentive to rationalize the societies they oversee.  Centralized,...

Too Young? Too Old? What Age Restrictions Reveal About Our Humanity – Jeff Minick...

Too Young? Too Old? What Age Restrictions Reveal About Our Humanity On December 20, 2019, President Donald Trump signed into law the $738 billion Defense...

Amazon and Ring Hit With Lawsuit After Camera Hacks Confirm Worst Fears of Privacy...

Home security company Ring and its parent corporation Amazon were hit with a lawsuit in federal court Thursday alleging that their cameras have been...