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This country’s future ‘economic citizenship’ program could be the best in the world

When the international news agency AFP announced last week that libertarian outsider Javier Milei had won Argentina’s presidential election, the headline was absolutely hilarious. AFP claimed that the election of Milei– a self-described anarcho-capitalist, was “plunging the country into uncertainty in the midst of a crippling economic crisis.” Uncertainty? We’re talking about a

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Another central banker admits the truth about the US dollar

On March 20, 1602, after a few years of painstaking negotiations, a deal was struck amid the cobblestone streets and legendary waterways of Amsterdam that changed the world of finance forever. The Dutch Republic (as it was known back then) was already a major economic power in the early 1600s; Dutch merchants boasted

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Some clear thinking about the riots in Ireland

On Sunday March 10, 1793, in the village of Pin-en-Mauges in western France, a prominent local textile vendor named Jacques Cathelineau was peacefully enjoying his Sunday afternoon, when five men suddenly appeared to deliver urgent news. Cathelineau could probably read their faces and knew what happened before anyone said a word. By the

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Leonardo DiCaprio is officially the dumb*$$ of the week

When journalist Don Hoefler first coined the term “Silicon Valley” in the early 1970s, the San Francisco Bay and Santa Clara valley region had already been home to thriving tech companies for decades. Then future titans like Apple and Adobe joined the scene, and the region really started to take off. Today, Silicon

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Sex, drugs, and booze is the least of their problems

We’re going to talk about strip clubs and binge drinking today. Yet surprisingly this article is not about Hunter Biden. I’m actually talking about the FDIC… as in the organization that’s supposed to insure customer deposits in the US banking system. The FDIC isn’t typically an institution that’s associated with sex, drugs, and

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Biden’s response to America’s latest downgrade really proves the point

On the evening of June 18, 1815, in the Belgian hamlet of Mont-Saint-Jean, nearly 70,000 troops under the command of the Duke of Wellington, alongside 50,000 allied Prussian soldiers, fought against the French forces of Napoleon Bonaparte in the historic Battle of Waterloo. Waterloo was a bloody affair, with heavy casualties on both

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