Category Archives: Economy
Childbirth up, marriage in decline – how has woman’s lot improved in the Western world of liberated women?
Nine facts about marriage and childbirth in the United States Washington Post – EZRA KLEIN – Mar 25, 2013 2) We are very near the “tipping point” when most births will happen out of wedlock. “48 percent of all first … more
This Gold Slam is a Massive Wealth Transfer from Our Pockets to the Banks Peak Prosperity – CHRIS MARTENSON – Apr 15, 2013 …There are two things to note in these snippets. The first is that the main ideas being … more
Bitcoin is a Ponzi scheme—the Internet’s favorite currency will collapse. Slate – ERIC POSNER – April 11, 2013 An even more fundamental problem with bitcoins, and indeed any private currency, is that there is no way to limit its supply. … more
Trust in Gold Not Bernanke as U.S. States Promote Bullion Bloomberg – AMANDA J. CRAWFORD – Apr 9, 2013 Distrust of the Federal Reserve and concern that U.S. dollars may become worthless are fueling a push in more than a … more
Your Money ≠ Their Money Who is going to keep money in the banks? This banking, “fanking,” everything will collapse automatically. There is no money, who is going to keep money in the bank? So this artificial way of banking, … more
Arizona Senate Approves Gold, Silver As Legal Tender TPM Live Wire – TOM KLUDT – Feb 28, 2013 Arizona’s Republican-controlled Senate passed a bill on Wednesday to make gold and silver legal tender in the state.
Almost half of the world’s food thrown away, report finds Guardian – REBECCA SMITHERS – Jan 10, 2013 [The UK’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)] report, Global Food; Waste Not, Want Not, found that between 30% and 50% or 1.2-2bn … more
About That Overpopulation Problem Slate Magazine – JEFF WISE – Jan 9, 2013 Research suggests we may actually face a declining world population in the coming years.
Why Germany Wants to See its US Gold Der Spiegel – SVEN BOLL & ANNE SEITH – Oct 30, 2012 For decades, German central bankers have contented themselves with written affirmations from their American colleagues that the gold still remains … more