Editor’s Note: It’s no secret that Donald Trump wants to put 2,000–4,000 troops on the U.S.–Mexico border. And that’s because he believes that the “security of the United States is imperiled by a drastic surge of illegal activity on the southern border.” We love hearing Doug Casey’s take on these controversial issues, so we’re sharing Casey Daily […]
“The US is experiencing its biggest change in generations.”
As long as Americans accept worthless bank notes as currency, the government can print as much as it likes.
“There’s absolutely nothing that the government does that entrepreneurs couldn’t do better and cheaper.”
“I suspect that the U.S. won’t exist one hundred years from now.”
“The snollygosters have been a chronic dominant presence in governments for millennia.”
Economic dysfunction leads to great crisis investments.
“Crisis investing opportunities are available all over the world, but most people are completely unaware of their existence.”
We’re now living in the era of the greatest level of debt mankind has ever created.”
“It makes me want to spend more time in a backward country where this sort of thing isn’t happening as quickly.”
It’s a scary prospect—and most people won’t mind living in a dystopia, as long as it’s reasonably comfortable.
The world sees the US as a schoolyard bully—actively provoking small countries next door to Russia and China. And the war to come probably won’t end well for the US…
It’s going to become very unpleasant in the US at some point soon…
What separates the amateurs from the professionals?
The USA is a sinking ship, but “America” is a movable concept.
Trump’s trade barriers are just another way of rewarding the cronies… Inflicting further damage on American manufacturing will not make America great again.
Achieve this and it becomes very difficult for any group of bureaucrats to control you.
If the loser in a war is usually the country that runs out of money first, and the US is broke… how can true war possibly end well for the US?
There’s a simple theoretical reason why meddlers can never solve—or even identify—a problem…
A full-blown economic war between the US and China is likely. But the US underestimates China…
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