DEBTOR NATION

VIDEOS

Wolf Richter On The Keiser Report
"Debtonomics and the NSA"

Wolf Richter on the Keiser Report
"Where Is The Fear"

Wolf Richter on Max Keiser's "On The Edge" 
"The Pauperization of America"

Wolf Richter on the Keiser Report
"Where the Money Goes to Die"

Clarke and Dawe: European Debt Crisis
Two favorite Australian Comedians

Clarke and Dawe: Quantitative Easing
Big industrial-strength printers, all facing the window

The Fastest Drive Ever Through San Francisco
Don't try to do this yourself
 

humanERROR - by "Frying Dutchman"
Powerful, lyrical appeal to the Japanese. Slams nuke industry, MSM, bureaucrats, and politicians.

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Contributed by Chriss Street. 80 million “baby-boomers,” born between 1946 and 1964, moved out of their peak spending years. The U.S. government over the last five years squandered $7.6 trillion on Keynesian demand-side stimulus to resuscitate this demographically shrinking demand. But with only 23 million born between 1995 and 2012, “Generation Z” is too small for demand-side stimulus to revive the economy.


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