Recently the nominally conservative, but increasingly populist firebrand Tucker Carlson joined self-proclaimed socialists Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senator Bernie Sanders in
— Read on mises.org/wire/tucker-carlson-and-aoc-are-wrong-about-christianity-and-usury
Agreed with Mises here.
Toyota has criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to declare some auto sector imports a national security threat. They say it sends a message that Japan’s largest carmaker isn’t welcome in the United States. Trump has used the threat of “national security” as the excuse for a trade war. His policies on trade are very old world and will do far more harm than good. There is constantly a focus on jobs, but Toyota and BMW have opened plants in the USA and assemble many of their cars in the United States. Claiming there is a threat to national security is really a stretch. We have to understand that what we really need is a complete overhaul of how world trade in actually calculated. If we allocate trade by the flag the company flies, then the USA will have a trade surplus.
— Read on www.armstrongeconomics.com/world-news/world-trade/trumps-national-security-claims-for-autos/
Good points made here.
Billions in Toronto Real Estate Bought Anonymously, with Funds of Unknown Origin | Wolf Street
— Read on wolfstreet.com/2019/03/21/billions-in-toronto-real-estate-bought-anonymously-with-funds-of-unknown-origin/
More shady dealings by banksters?
The previous record was set in 2012.
— Read on www.axios.com/federal-budget-monthly-deficit-record-ecaf2f50-89a8-4124-bb9a-103b078a8933.html
Behind all of the distractions, drama, and rhetoric, the deficit spending goes on. The one thing they all agree on. The rest is contrived drama.
Matching the stock market’s long-term average returns sounds like it should be easy, if you’re patient enough. But in fact it is remarkably difficult.
— Read on www.mauldineconomics.com/frontlinethoughts/no-free-lunch-part-2