Computer violance turns real.
Just yesterday, we noted how the media coverage of Clinton and Trump's health has become "outright bizarre" (see "American Electorate Loses As Partisan Media Coverage Of Candidate Health Turns Outright Bizarre").
In that post, we pointed out the following tweet from a New York Times columnist who was not "enthused" by all the conspiracy theories surrounding Hillary's health and suggested that "Google should fix this."
Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.com,
Once-revered central bank heads failed to foresee the housing bubble and the great financial crisis that followed. As a result, faith in the Fed has plunged.
People had high confidence in Alan Greenspan for much of his tenure, but that confidence tailed off towards the end. Confidence in Ben Bernanke declined further, and confidence in Yellen is at or near record lows.
The following chart shows the shift in confidence under the last three Fed chairs.
A few days after wowing thousands of Republicans at a rally in Jackson, Mississippi, "Mr. Brexit" Nigel Farage, penned a letter (presented below) to the Daily Mail describing Trump as the "new Ronald Reagan." Even though he stopped short of endorsing Trump, a decision he made after condemning Obama for interjecting himself into the Brexit discussion, he did note that he "would not vote for Hillary Clinton even if she paid me."
By Chris at www.CapitalistExploits.at
Years ago it seemed that when you hit 65 you'd retire, receive a gold watch, and proceed to spend your pension money on a rocking chair and pot plants. Ten years later you'd be in a box and, since pot plants are cheap, the cost of keeping you alive wasn't prohibitive.