Video: Ghost Car. Where Did It Come From?

Written by Gary North on April 9, 2016

All right, all you Newtonians. Watch the video. Watch the car come out of nowhere. Watch it get hit. Watch the other drivers keep driving. Hit and run? Is it legal to drive away from the scene of an auto accident with a car that came out of nowhere? Explain this to yourself. If you […]

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Economic Inequality Is Not Increasing. Propaganda Is.

Written by Gary North on April 9, 2016

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It never ends. We are besieged by articles on today’s increasing economic inequality. These articles have three things in common: 1. Each one has a favorite explanation/boogeyman. 2. Each one calls for political reforms to make things more equal. 3. Each one fails to mention Pareto’s 20/80 law. Here is the main problem with these […]

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Stock Market: A Volcano to Avoid

Posted on April 9, 2016

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By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Be very careful. The US economic expansion is long in the tooth and starting to hit the time-honoured constraints that mark the last phase of the business cycle. Wall Street equities are more stretched by a host of measures than they were at the peak of sub-prime bubble just before the Lehman […]

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On Dealing With Giants and Pygmies

Written by Gary North on April 9, 2016

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Robert Nisbet once told this story to a group of grad students. I do not recall if the story was first hand or second hand. A professor was sitting at a table in the student center. Around him were graduate students, hanging on his every word. At another table, a colleague remarked: “There is a […]

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Cracking Netflix’s Category Codes

Written by Gary North on April 9, 2016

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I read that Netflix has 76,000 codes of kinds of movies. Is this possible? Really? You don’t have time to find most of these categories. Neither do I. So, Netflix shows us only those few categories that its algorithm thinks we would like to view. But there are others that we might want to view. […]

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Lost in Translation: The Rolling Stones in Cuba

Written by Gary North on April 2, 2016

On Tuesday, March 22, President Obama was in Cuba, the first President to visit Cuba in 90 years. On Friday, the Rolling Stones became the first famous Western rock & roll group ever to play in Havana. It was a free concert. Mick Jagger scheduled the performance a few months ago. Did he coordinate this […]

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