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White House Spokesman Slams Media Over “Crowd Size Comparisons” In Bizarre First Briefing

In a bizarre first briefing, White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday unloaded a blistering attack on the media and accused it of false reporting about the otherwise irrelevant question of why Trump’s inauguration crowd was visibly smaller than that of Obama’s. Spicer used up virtually all the time in his first official appearance […]

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Why A Bitcoin ETF May Not Be Coming Any Time Soon

When it comes to the future of bitcoin, the “holy grail” has emerged as becoming the first to have a bitcoin ETF approved by the SEC. Over three years ago, in 2013, the company of the Winklevoss twins, Cameron and Tyler, Winklevoss Capital Management LLC, launched the first proposed bitcoin ETF, the Winklevoss Investment Trust, […]

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“And You Thought Mass Hysteria Was Over…”

Think again… With New York Post writers comparing Trump’s inauguration to Pearl Harbor and 9/11, it is perhaps not surprising that ‘idiotic’ reactions to this week’s events are so widespread…     “I’m no longer so convinced by this whole democracy thing” says one Tweetle-do.   Followed by Tweetle-dumb’s comment that “if somebody can successfully […]

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Madonna: “I Have Thought An Awful Lot About Blowing Up The White House”

Today’s Women’s March in D.C., where allegedly over 500,000 women turned out to protest the Trump presidency, turned awkward on Saturday afternoon when Madonna took the stage and first dropped three f-bombs during her address, sending cable stations including C-Span, CNN and MSNBC scrambling to cut audio, before the singer casually admitted she had thought […]

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David Rosenberg: “The Travesty Is We Have 23.5 Million Americans Aged 25-To-54 Outside The Labor Force”

Some observations on recent negative trends in productivity, employment mismatch, and labor training and education from the increasingly more bearish David Rosenberg, who notes that the Trump’s proposed policies may end up helping growth on the margins, but fail to focus on what is really important, making tens of millions of US workers competitive and […]

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“Open Your Ears” – Populism Is A Feature (Not A Bug) Of Democratic Society

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Bltizkrieg blog, I have serious concerns about a Trump Presidency. I’ve laid these out repeatedly in the past, but to summarize, they center around his authoritarian nature, a disregard for civil liberties, and lastly the fact that many of the people he has surrounded himself with posses an ideology which […]

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Asian Media Warns Of Conflict, Economic Turmoil Under “Trump World Order”

Following German media’s outcry that “the demons have been unchained”, Asian media decried President Trump’s isolationist policies, fearing they will chill the global economy and sow widespread international discord, as “the reality show has become reality,” warning the world was now in “unpredictable territory… spreading unease, division, and conflict throughout the world.” While perhaps not […]

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Inequality Doesn’t Create Poverty

Submitted by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, Oxfam, the leftwing NGO devoted to poverty relief has released a new report blaming poverty in wealth inequality. In other words, its central claim is that the existence of very wealthy people creates poverty.  The report is largely just an extended op-ed that asserts that the existence […]

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