Autobiographical Corner Just a brief note. After a righteous Thanksgiving Eve outing with friends and family, I spent Thanksgiving Day with my Mom, brothers, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, wife, and children. Marie and The Seven then drove through night and rain to get to Detroit around 9:30 p.m. I don’t always do well with night glare, [...]
“[T]he present economic system is not capitalism . . . it’s a kind of Marxism for rich people . . . in which the elite make the profits while the losses are redistributed, shared throughout the entire population like Mao jackets and influenza.” Bill Bonner Right on. That’s exactly where we are. Hudge and Gudge [...]
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