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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,...

Should you avoid meat for good health? How to slice off the facts from...

Should you avoid meat for good health? How to slice off the facts from the fiction ...

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...