Welfare for Fat Cats Hit $100 Billion in 2012

Written by Gary North on August 9, 2012

The Cato Institute has released a report on the extent of corporate welfare payments by the U.S. government in fiscal 2012. It estimates that the total package is $100 billion. Of course, this was more than offset by the costs of federal regulation. As to which companies won, net, has not been traced, nor is […]

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Gold as a Crisis Hedge

Written by Gary North on January 20, 2012

There are millions of investors who still sit on the sidelines, wondering if they should buy gold. I have said yes, beginning in October of 2001. This man agrees. With gold closing above the critical $1,650 level and silver above $30, today King World News interviewed the man who told clients in 2002, when gold […]

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Why We Will NOT Get Hyperinflation, Unless. . . .

Written by Gary North on November 15, 2011

Hyperinflation is triple-digit annual price inflation. I think it’s anything above 25%. Mass inflation is anything above 15% but below 25%. We are going to get mass inflation. We are not going to get hyperinflation. Why am I so “optimistic”? Because I see that the Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is now caught in a […]

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