Senior Banker’s Cancer: It’s Time to Retire

Written by Gary North on October 14, 2014

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Jamie Dimon is the CEO of the largest U.S. bank, J. P. Morgan Chase.  He has cancer. After three months of absence, he has returned. If a bank can be run by a man getting cancer treatments, then it does not take much to run it. If a senior executive in a major outfit gets […]

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Sierra Leone: “Let Ebola Run Its Course. Good Luck!”

Written by Gary North on October 13, 2014

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International health officials have admitted defeat. There is nothing more they can do. From now on, the disease will run its course. The decision signifies a significant shift in the struggle against the rampaging disease. Officials said they would begin distributing painkillers, rehydrating solution and gloves to hundreds of Ebola-afflicted households in Sierra Leone, contending […]

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ISIS: Their Boots, Their Ground

Written by Gary North on October 13, 2014

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President Obama’s plan to bomb ISIS into submission is not working. That the man thought it would work is testimony to his lack of understanding of third generation warfare’s inability to deal with fourth generation warfare. ISIS is rolling to major victories, one after another. The US-led air attacks launched against Islamic State (also known […]

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What’s RIGHT With the Euro

Written by Gary North on October 11, 2014

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You read that right. Right. I think like an economist. The economist always thinks in terms of alternatives. The economist’s mindset was expressed clearly by the late comedian, Henny Youngman. “How’s your wife?” “Compared to what?” One of the most common complaints against the eurozone is this one: “The eurozone is a central currency, but […]

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