Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 MST

Category: Hyperinflation

Ron Paul under attack

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” — Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi successfully sought the overthrow of tyrannical British rule in India via non-violent civil protests. In doing so, the above quote became synonymous with his name. Basically, Gandhi’s quote outlines how new ideas are received

$50,000 gold?

Jim Sinclair recently predicted $3,200 – $3,500 gold by 2020 and  “emancipated gold” hitting $50,000.  Because of Sinclair having made some really accurate calls in the past, his prediction caused quite a stir in the gold community.  Even Ron Paul commented and gave reasoning why Sinclair’s predication is not preposterous.

Krugman’s recipe for economic prosperity: Print more food stamps.

If you are ever in need of an example of economic fallacy in print, Paul Krugman’s blog is a great place to start. His recent offering on the economic benefits of food stamps is no exception: “Indeed, estimates from the consulting firm Moody’s Analytics suggest that each dollar spent on food stamps in a depressed economy raises