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Functional Beauty

CH came up with a fecund hypothesis as a comment to a comment on the post “Exquisite European Beauty,” dated 6 September and made it the crux of its own post “Bone Zones,” dated 7 September 2017. for reasons that … Continue reading

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Dawn of the West’s 100% State Economy Without Firing a Shot

In my blog post “What Negative Interest Rates Mean” dated 29 May 2015 I explained what voluntary negative interest rates functionally mean in the real world. I made some edits today to make it more clear. What I did not … Continue reading

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The Fed’s New Policy of Goldilocks Psychology

Ma Yellen and da boyz decided today, Wednesday, 16 December 2015, to raise the federal funds rate from against 0.0%–0.25% to 0.25%–0.50%. Now let me explain how that feels and then you will understand. Imagine your domineering, manjaw wife not … Continue reading

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Finally Death Dealt to the Enablers

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From a new study (linked below, I only skimmed): The increase in midlife morbidity and mortality among US white non-Hispanics is only partly understood. The increased availability of opioid prescriptions for pain that began in the late 1990s has been … Continue reading

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The First Global Death of Monetary Policy

The Board of Governors did not raise interest rates, again. The base Federal Reserve rate (called the federal funds rate) has been targeted against zero since 16 December 2008. The target 0.0%–0.25% (annual basis?, the vermin technocrats never say) is … Continue reading

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What Negative Interest Rates Mean

I posit negative interest rates are payment for money security by those who expect a greater portion of that money-wealth value to be confiscated otherwise. It should be clear at least to the intelligent rich that we don’t actually have … Continue reading

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The Trap of the New Normal

From a tweet recommendation by Aurini Davis, I read the post “Your Attention, Please” dated 23 May 2015 by C.J. Caswell at Prax Americana. It is an excellent and provocative post, which is why I would bother to criticize it … Continue reading

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