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Major Miners Are Hungry For Junior Acquisitions – source – Kitco...

The senior miners have largely recovered from the commodities bear market from a few years ago and now have the cash to be shopping...

The Libertarian Angle: Ebeling’s 10 Favorite Books & Authors: Ayn Rand...

Richard Ebeling is the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel. He became a libertarian while still in high...

On Turning 60 – Charles Hugh Smith (09/26/2018)

"My biggest fear is a health crisis that will degrade my life, or that of a member of my family." In response to my recent post...

GDP Growth Is Not the Same Thing as Real Economic Growth...

In the New York Times September 14, 2018, in an article "We’re Measuring The Economy All Wrong," the writer of the article David Leonhardt...

Bipartisan Furor as North Carolina Election Law Shrinks Early Voting Locations...

Bipartisan Furor as North Carolina Election Law Shrinks Early Voting Locations by Almost 20 Percent In June, the North Carolina General Assembly passed legislation mandating...

Visionary Report Demands ‘New Social Contract’ to Curb Threats Tech Giants...

"The crisis for democracy posed by digital disinformation demands a new social contract for the internet rooted in transparency, privacy, and competition," declares a...

Former Barrick Exec Reacts To Randgold Merger – Kitco News (09/25/2018)

Darren Blasutti, president and CEO of Americas Silver and former senior VP of corporate development at Barrick Gold, said that although mergers between two...

China’s ‘Digital Dictatorship’…And Ours – Ron Paul Institute (09/25/2018)

China's "social credit" system is widely viewed as a kind of "digital dictatorship," where not only does illegal or anti-social behavior result in lower...