BLS Caught Fabricating Their Weekly Earnings Data

Last week, one of the most anticipated stats in the payroll report–Average Weekly Earnings–showed an annual increase of 2.9%; exceeding both the 2.5% expectation (also the actual figure in last month’s report). 2.9% is a significant for the very reason that it’s the highest reported figure since the 2008 financial crisis. But there’s a problem […]



A Cashless Society: Government’s Russian Roulette

What’s more important: probability or payoff? Suppose you were invited to play a game of Russian Roulette. Here’s the context: let’s say that you are neither wealthy nor poor. Despite the share of everyday struggles that you face along with everyone else, you more or less enjoy your life. Most importantly, there are people who […]



NYT Editor Admits “Targeting Trump’s Businesses” and “His Dumb F**K Son”

Among Project Veritas’ latest undercover efforts to unveil biases in so-called “objective” mainstream media, James O’Keefe released a video that caught Nick Dudich, the New York Times’ Audience Strategy Editor, repeatedly admitting that he promoted content to damage President Trump’s businesses with the end goal of forcing Trump’s presidential resignation. Here’s a brief sampling of […]



State Wont have your back

When the Next Financial Crisis Strikes, the State Will NOT Have Your Back…

…in fact, the state never placed much priority on your interests as a citizen, despite the popular myth that government represents the people under its governance. It’s in the nature of a centralized state to draw and uphold its boundaries, and to enforce the mechanisms that constitute its flow and function. If a state cannot […]



Jim Rogers: The Next Bear Will Be Horrendous; the Worst in Your Lifetime

For those of you who are not familiar with Jim Rogers, he is a legend in the investment world. In 1973, Rogers teamed up with a then-relatively-unknown investor named George Soros to form the famous Quantum Fund–a family of funds that gained 4,200% between the time of its founding to 1980, dwarfing the S&P’s modest […]