Imagine this movie-script: a former KGB spy, angry at the collapse of his motherland, plots a course for revenge... narrates the ominous sounding voice of Morgan Freeman. The hysteria continues, and this time Hollywood has been enlisted. Show More Summary
The trailer for "Snakes On A Plane."
If this is indeed Alex Smith’s final season in Kansas City, he’s certainly making it count. The veteran quarterback has looked like a different player in his 12th professional campaign, subverting his game-manager reputation with 9.8 yards per pass attempt. In wins against the Patriots and Eagles, he threw five touchdown passes — a […]
Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, After fifty years of imposing embargoes and other sanctions, the United States never managed to topple Cuba's communist regime. After forty years of the same in Iran, the US met withShow More Summary
Rise of cryptocurrency We live in a dynamic business world, which is constantly evolving with newer innovations and technologies disrupting the traditional methodologies of living our day-to-day lives. When the world becomes comfortable...Show More Summary
The Student Loan Debt and Housing Report 2017 by the National Association of Realtors and the nonprofit group American Student Assistance shows that student debt delays household formation, home buying, and saving. The post Student Debt Delays Homebuying (32% Defaulted On or Forebore Their Student Debt) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
What to know before putting foot to pedal Hey, look at you! You did it. You weighed the cons and pros, you made the tough calls, and you did yourself and your planet a solid. You, all by yourself, went and bought a bicycle. And now—no...Show More Summary
Just like global central banks, the Bank for International Settlements can’t seem to find inflation and $114 trillion in off-balance sheet FX derivatives. The post BIS Hunts for ‘Missing’ Global Debt, Inflation (Try Including Housing!) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
How bad is the Equifax data breach? Where 143 MILLION consumers potentially had their Social Security numbers, credit card numbers and birthdates revealed? The post Hurricane Equifax II: Even Wells Fargo Says To Consider A Credit Freeze was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
Background here. By Kristen Breitweiser, one of the four 9/11 widows – known as the “Jersey Girls” – instrumental in forcing the government to form the 9/11 Commission to investigate the 2001 attacks. Follow Kristen Breitweiser on Twitter:...Show More Summary
Time for some Handel. Crank it up. [Op.6, No.9 in F Major]
And for hiring more female investors.
The trailer for "Hamlet."
“Everybody fucking relax. Get yourself a sandwich.” – Bill Burr This episode of the podcast features Bill Burr (@billburr). Many of you know Bill as a standup comedian. I know him as one of the funniest humans alive, and someone that many of you requested to be on the show. Rolling Stone called Bill “the […]
I love this last scene from ‘The Jerk’ when Steve Martin goes off with ‘All I Need‘ In 2007, the smartphone took off when Apple got rid of the keyboard for a multi-touch interface. As much as the smartphone has increased our productivity, some days I feel like Steve Martin/Navin R. Show More Summary
Authored by Justin Murray via The Mises Institute, On 18 August 2017, the mayor of Boston Marty Walsh announced that the city should avoid the Commons on 19 August 2017 because of white supremacists and the chances of violence at a planned free speech rally. Show More Summary
Just before and right after every disaster, you see news coverage of crowded stores, depleted shelves, and interviews with people who don’t have enough (water, batteries, whatever). Don’t be those people. September is National Preparedness Month, and its theme – “Disasters don’t plan ahead. Show More Summary
The trailer for "First They Killed My Father."
The trailer for "Paris, Texas."