Triple board-certified M.D., Dr. Zach, joins Del in an evolutionary discussion on why Coronavirus is here, what it's trying to tell us, and how we emerge from the darkness.
The Devils Pushing Communism For America Have A Hard Time Understanding That Fact
As the Washington, D.C., establishment and its acolytes in the U.S. mainstream press continue to celebrate the $4 trillion in new federal spending for the coronavirus crisis, Argentina has a sobering message for the American people.
International Man: Do you think there will be retail inflation in the months ahead?
Anyone that was hoping for a "quick recovery" for the U.S. economy can forget about that right now.
They abstain from the ganja this time, but the talk is still interesting and insightful, if a bit more restrained.
If you've been wondering what it will look like when the kids go back to school, one school has released their new guidelines and they're absolutely shocking.
...The Goal Is Regime Change and the Introduction of a Reign of Terror for All Deplorables
Already you can see an attempt to condition Americans to fear a second wave of the coronavirus. It's getting trotted out as one explanation why tech companies need to embed Chinese-style surveillance into our societal fabric forevermore.
Thanks, I guess, to books I've written like The Probability Broach and The Gallatin Divergence (both still in print, gift-givers), some readers have accused me of being an historian.
Well, it's official: there won't be any "Buy American" op-eds by the Oracle of Omaha this time around. In fact, if anything, they will be titled simply "Sell."
We now know that the China coronavirus is deadly disease -- except for with children and healthy adults. If you're in your 70s or 80s with comorbidities it can be very deadly.
Everybody realizes the US economy is in a bad spot. But most people still seem to believe it will bounce right back once we deal with the coronavirus.
Selco warns, "In times of great fear, a lot of things that used to be unimaginable become real so easily." Here are 5 things he wants you to remember.
For those of you that were expecting just a "deep recession", I am afraid that you are going to be very disappointed.
The news cycle moves so quickly these days writing analysis on current events becomes difficult; the moment you publish an examination of the situation people have already moved on to the next disaster.
Today, Luke and Tim dive into a crisis in development. As millions of Americans are unemployed, industries like food processing are in need of workers.
Having experienced the social and economic trauma of this crisis, we should decide not to tempt our fate any further.
Watch this interview as Roger Ver takes a look at the current state of the economy, and explains why cryptocurrencies are not performing well during this crisis.
It's hard to imagine a return to normalcy any time soon, but the time will come, likely well before we have a vaccine for the coronavirus, when the world gets back to flying.
If you could go back in time a thousand years, you'd find people who were eerily similar to your present companions. The same is true for people who will live a thousand years from now. Some of them will be nearly identical to the people you now lo
Thanks, I guess, to books I've written like The Probability Broach and The Gallatin Divergence (both still in print, gift-givers), some readers have accused me of being an historian. I am not guilty of the charge, I rush to assure you. There is not
Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway details the White House strategy on reopening the economy, decision to halt WHO funding and more on 'Fox & Friends.'
In a distant future, egalitarianism has created a truly equal state. The cost? The sacrifice of everything great about humankind. The question: is peace worth the price?
Eric Weinstein is a mathematician and economist, and he is also the managing director at Thiel Capital. His new podcast "The Portal" is available now on Apple Podcasts & Spotify.
Microsoft has proposed a system that can mine cryptocurrencies using data collected from humans as they exercise or read an advertisement.