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September 2009 entries:
When Honesty Becomes "Threatening"
(September 30, 2009)
Inflation, Commodity Prices and the Dollar
The Politics of Inflation: Theft by Other Means
Unemployment: The Gathering Storm
Housing, Leverage, the Dollar and Purchasing Power
Why The Dollar May Not Be Doomed
When Housing Is Priced in Gold
"Peak Food": Agriculture Cartels, Oil, and Seed Patents
"Safe" Investments Can Still Lose Purchasing Power
Opting Out of Cartels
Welcome to America's "Lost Decade(s)"
Propaganda, Magical Thinking and Failed Offensives
The Final Demise of A Speculative Housing Bubble
Every Day Is Christmas in America (as long as you have credit)
How Much of Your Money Goes to Monopolies and Cartels?
Central Banks and Competitive Currency
Has Central Bank Management of the Economy Failed?
Setting Up the Next Leg Down in Housing
Experiential Capital and The Will to Work
Labor Day Musings: On Skills and Skil 77s
Why We Should All Grow Some of Our Own Food
University Degrees, Social Capital and Debt
How Low Can We Go?
January 2008 entries
"Economic history is a never-ending series of episodes based on falsehoods and lies, not
truths. It represents the path to big money. The object is to recognize the trend whose
premise is false, ride that trend, and step off before it is discredited." (George Soros)
"Daydreams of a fair world which would treat him according to his real worth are the refuge of all those plagued by a lack of self-knowledge." (Ludwig von Mises)
"The way of the Tao is reversal." (Lao Tzu)
"May a fair road always be open to you." (CHS, April 2, 2006)
"A healthy homecooked family meal and a home garden are revolutionary acts." (CHS, May 2008)
"Greed is a wonderful motivator but fear works much faster." (Riley T., Sept. 2008)
"You don't miss what you no longer want." (CHS, August 2008)
"Food is wealth, health is wealth, energy is wealth; all else is illusion." (CHS, December 15, 2008)
"Democracy can be likened to two wolves and one lamb voting on what to have for lunch."
(Benjamin Franklin, submitted by Tim B.)
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