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Drudge Report Is Worth as Much as The Washington Post.

Written by Gary North on August 7, 2013

The general estimate is that Drudge’s site, run by two people, is worth about what Bezos paid for The Washington Post: $250 million. It may be worth more. He owns all of it. Drudge is a conservative. The liberal reporters who dismissed Drudge as an amateur back in 1998, when he scooped the industry with […]

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Bad Day for Liberalism: August 5, 2013

Written by Gary North on August 6, 2013

The big story on the morning of June 5 was that the New York Times Company sold the Boston Globe for a paltry $70 million. It had paid $1.1 billion in 1993, which was worth $1.76 billion in today’s money. That afternoon, the bombshell hit: the Graham family is selling The Washington Post for a […]

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The Inside Dope on Trayvon Martin

Written by Gary North on July 25, 2013

There is a series on the trial on the Backwoods Home blog site that you should read, if you are interested in the trial. Sadly, the links are not easy to access. You must start with the latest link and work backwards, click by click. There is no easy series of links: Part 1, Part […]

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Snowden Remains in Purgatory: The Moscow Airport.

Written by Gary North on July 25, 2013

There is diplomatic hell: extradition to the USA. There is diplomatic heaven: Venezuela. Then there is diplomatic purgatory: the Moscow airport. That is where Edward Snowden is said to live. Nobody has seen where he lives. We are never told that. Reporters do not raise the question any longer. They haven’t for three weeks. He […]

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Fantasy Land Financial Analysis for Investors

Written by Gary North on July 24, 2013

This headline appeared on the MarketWatch site. BEIJING (Caixin Online) — The monetary policies of major economies are diverging for the first time since 2008. The euro zone, Britain and Japan are sustaining quantitative easing, while the United States, China and other major emerging economies are on a tightening path. Here is the most recent […]

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CNBC’s Ratings Are in Free-Fall

Written by Gary North on July 3, 2013

CNBC is sometimes referred to as “Tout TV.” All day long, it features people talking about investing. It is noted for a show called Squawk Box, which is a pretty good description of the show. It is noisy. The whole network is noisy. Ratings for the network have collapsed. They are down to where they […]

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