The Winds of War (Part Four)

February 27, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThis is the 4th and last installment of our The Winds of War postings. To catch up, parts one through three are linked here: The Winds of War (Part One) – Global Economic Warfare The Winds of War (Part One). by Kevin D. Freeman on January 29, 2018. Share this… Email this to […]

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The Winds of War (Part Three)

February 16, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditIn the past week, so much information has emerged that corroborates our basic thesis. The winds of war are blowing and the intensity is increasing. To catch up, please review our last two posts: The Winds of War (Part One) – Global Economic Warfare Jan 29, 2018 – That’s despite the U.S. having higher […]

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The Winds of War (Part Two)

February 5, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit In last week’s post, we warned that the scent of the next World War was already in the air. Readers know that we believe the next war will be cyber-economic in nature, at least in the early stages. We have warned for nearly a decade that perhaps the war started in 2008, but […]

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The Winds of War (Part One)

January 29, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThere is a lot of positive economic news. Economic growth has substantially strengthened in the wake of regulatory reform, corporate repatriation, and tax cuts. The stock market is at all-time highs. Interest rates are appearing to normalize, at least in small measure. Despite this, according to this week’s BARRON’S, capital is fleeing the US […]

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Facing the Darkest Hour

January 23, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit I saw Darkest Hour this past weekend for the second time and I plan to see it a third before it leaves the theaters. Like Dunkirk, this movie carries a powerful yet historical message of inspiration. It also has multiple lessons for students of Economic Warfare with significant application for today. This blog […]

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The Scary Thing About Bitcoin’s Amazing Rise

December 11, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThere are many reasons to marvel at the remarkable ascendance of Bitcoin. The technology behind it is amazing. The idea that a crypto currency even exists is pretty impressive. Yes, there are lots of issues associated. But one thing is for certain. The price of Bitcoin has skyrocketed this year. From pennies per coin […]

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The War on Free Speech and How to Fight Back

December 3, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThe First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees free speech for all Americans. Unfortunately, there are many efforts in the courts and culture to remove that right and restrict the people’s right to speak, express, or even think. Hate speech, blasphemy laws, and political correctness are all being used to silence anything that goes against […]

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Economic Strength is the Key to National Security

November 24, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditBefore anything else, we must express our Thanksgiving for the remarkable gift we have been given of life and freedom. It is a precious gift and an important part of the pursuit of peace, something sorely lacking in this tumultuous world. In fact, the Bible gives us a powerful prayer formula for finding peace […]

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The Next Financial Attack

November 13, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThree separate news items of the last week point to the serious trouble we may face in the next financial crisis. At present, all things seem pretty good. The stock market is at record highs. The President just returned from his Asia trip with multiple promises of new business for American companies. Tax cuts […]

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Aramco, The Purge, and the Chinese Attack on the Dollar

November 6, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThere is so much international activity right now that is slipping under the radar of most Americans. While the news has been dominated with stories of whether or not the DNC rigged the primary for Hillary Clinton and also word of the tragic shooting at a Texas church, the geopolitical spectrum is lit up […]

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