Thailand’s opposition faces sedition charges after conducting a seminar in Thailand’s troubled deep south where they recommended amending the Thai constitution and paving way for the nation’s territorial division. Thailand’s English language newspaper The Nation in an article titled, “Army’s sedition charges against opposition, academics ‘could aggravate southern conflict’,” would […]

When the modern computer was first created in the 1960s, people soon started imagining a future with intelligent machines. Some of these visions were dystopic, like Skynet in the Terminator movies. Today, almost everyone takes it for granted that artificial intelligence (AI) on par with human cognition is just around the corner, but is […]

“The modern central bank business model is being disrupted” claims Saifedean Ammous, economics professor and author of The Bitcoin Standard: The Dcentralized Alternative to Central Banking. Ammous’ well-written exposition of an Austrian-School understanding of the nature of money – in a free market and not – concludes with several chapters directed toward the […]

October 28, 1929 – 90 years ago this week – is known as ‘Black Monday’ in financial circles. The US stock market had peaked the previous month, on September 3, 1929, with the Dow Jones stock index reaching a record high of 381. But throughout September and October, nervous investors […]

The Forgotten Media Purges Of The Great Depression Authored by Steve Penfield via The Unz Review, Republican Hoover built the federal broadcasting shield in 1927. Roosevelt fashioned it into a weapon in 1934 and Democrats have never put it down since. One might consider the elaborate FCC speech barriers: A Poll […]

The Director of the U.N. Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), Renata Dwan, warned that all states with nuclear weapons are pushing for weapon modernization programs, while arms control regulations are changing or fading.    The Director of the U.N. Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), Renata Dwan, warned that all states with […]

The New York Times continues to descend further into spewing fiction masquerading as news. Its most recent analysis challenges Judith Miller‘s delusional screed about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction as sheer nonsense. Evidently, the Times has a propensity for disgracing itself. Now the newspaper’s latest low is William Broad’s essay, “Your 5G […]