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The new currency regime

For decades, the US government has been charging an unlimited credit card that is posting unimaginable trillions of dollars on the Federal Reserve's balance sheet, leaving…

What’s in a name

The urge to name people, places and things is one of the oldest human impulses that goes back to the Garden of Eden and is certainly as old as the decision of Alexander the Great…

The Coming War over Intelligence

When I was a child—aged seven or eight—I was diagnosed with dyslexia, something known in the trade as a “specific learning disorder.” My problems were identified in the usual…

Will bankruptcy erase taxes?

Each year the IRS sends tens of thousands of notices of defects, letters of formal notice, and other correspondence entitled “Dear Taxpayer”. Unless you're…

Civilizing Threads

Finance minister to Louis XIV, Jean-Baptiste Colbert once said that the dyeing industry “is the soul without which the body would have but little life.” Finance and fabrics are…