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Government Debt & Financing

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https://www.zerohedge.com by Lance Roberts

Over the last month, the Federal Reserve, and the Government, have unleashed a torrent of liquidity into the U.S. markets to offset a credit crisis of historic proportions. Here is a list of programs already implemented which have already surpassed a

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Mike Swatek

"On general principles of law and reason," Spooner wrote, "debts contracted in the name of 'the United States,' or of 'the people of the United States,' are of no validity."

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https://www.zerohedge.com by Tyler Durden

Last Friday, around the time of the quad-witching collapse which sent the S&P to levels not seen since Trump's inauguration, amid the flurry of headlines bombarding shell-shocked traders, was one that was particularly ominous if bizarrely incomplete.

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https://www.lewrockwell.com by James Howard Kunstl

Historians of the future, pan-roasting fresh-caught June bugs over their campfires, may wonder when, exactly, was the moment when the financial world broke with reality.

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https://www.zerohedge.com by Stephen Moore

In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, everyone should read Robert Higgs' economic classic "Crisis and Leviathan." The critical warning of this masterpiece is that government always uses a crisis - from the Civil War to the Great Depression to Worl

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https://www.zerohedge.com by Michael Maharrey

Many people have likened the battle against coronavirus to a war and invoked imagery of the US fighting World War II. President Trump has even deemed himself a "wartime president."

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https://www.lewrockwell.com by David Stockman

The nerve of it is a wonder to behold. The US airline industry has spent a decade shoving itself into harm's way by strip-mining their balance sheets to fund share buybacks and goose top executive stock options.

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