Politics and Government
At Forbes.com, Steve Forbes channels Richard Kaarlgard’s book The Soft Edge to show the missing ingredients for lasting corporate success.
From Forbes.com, Ralph Benko states in the’ war on youth,’ the youth strike back.
The NY Sun weighs in on Picketty's Charge, which neglects the strong correlation between the closing of the gold window and the explosion of income inequality.
In Forbes.com, David Malpass says tapering has led to an increase in lending.
From Forbes.com, Nathan Lewis explains why you don’t need much gold bullion to run a gold-based monetary system.
From Five Thirty Eight, Andrew Flowers discusses the potential bubble that the Federal Reserve cases the most about.
MarketWatch displays the Fed’s enormous balance sheet in seven charts.
At TGSN, Ralph Benko details how gold mining will soon be more eco-friendly.
At International Liberty, Dan Mitchell gives some good news surrounding tax reform.