Monthly Archives: November 2019

Bitcoin Going Berserk in November Makes Holidays Awkward

Vildana Hajric of Blomberg – For better or worse, the month of November has always been one to remember in the world of Bitcoin. Reasons cited for its volatile moves during the 11th month of the year run the gamut … Continue reading

Posted in Bitcoin, Crypto

Something Very Strange Seems to Be Synchronizing Distant Galaxies

Victor Tangermann of Futurism – Galaxies millions of light years away seem to be connected by an unseen network of massive intergalactic structures, which force them to synchronize in ways that can’t be explained by existing astrophysics, Vice reports. The … Continue reading

Posted in Science, Technology

Houston, we have a Problem

David Murrin of Global Forecaster – The adage that empires pull themselves apart from the inside before they succumb to external rising powers, is born out repeatedly across history. Today it is the American Empire  that is well into its … Continue reading

Posted in China, David Murrin, leadership, United States

Judge tells Trump he’s not a king — but Trump is not so sure

Analysis by Stephen Collinson, CNN – Donald Trump is not going to like his Constitution 101 lesson: “Presidents are not kings.” A federal judge’s stunning rebuke of the White House on Monday came as the result of a case by … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Democracy, Donald Trump

Dumbest Political Quotes of All Time

Daniel Kurtzman of LiveAbout – ”The Holocaust was an obscene period in our nation’s history. I mean in this century’s history. But we all lived in this century. I didn’t live in this century.” — Dan Quayle ‘They don’t call … Continue reading

Posted in Quotations