Seven times since the 1960s we have seen the yield curve inverted, and in each of those seven instances, an economic recession in the United States has followed. Will this time be any different?
In order for a family of four to qualify for food stamps, they must make less than $2,665 a month…
Since 1913, the Federal Reserve has gone through 18 rate hiking cycles. In 18 out of 18 cases, those rate hiking cycles have ended in either a recession or a market crash. Do you really think that the 19th time will be different?
If we ever hope to restore the Constitutional Republic that our founders once established, we must return to the Christian values and principles that this nation was originally founded upon.
Hillary Clinton is doing all of the things (and more) that you would expect a presidential candidate to do at this stage. Instead of fading away into the sunset, she is far more engaged in national politics than Barack Obama is right now.
If very high temperatures and extreme drought persist, that is going to continue to create ideal conditions for more wildfires.
Major storm clouds are gathering, and it isn’t going to take much to push the U.S. economy into another major crisis.
The thin veneer of civilization that we all take for granted is rapidly disappearing, and it is going to be exceedingly hard to stop civil unrest from erupting in major cities all over the nation.
Unfortunately, most Americans have been trained not to think about these things since the end of the first Cold War, and that could end up being an absolutely fatal mistake.
Anyone that is optimistic about the global economy in light of these most recent developments is simply not being rational, because we have never seen storm clouds this big on the horizon in all of modern American history.