Tag Archives: Fire Economy

Tony Soprano Versus the Health Insurance Mafia

As you all know, the FIRE economy – short for finance, insurance, and real estate – has been my latest hobby horse. Rest assured, I will not completely abandon race, immigration, and other topics that put Occident Invicta on the map. … Continue reading

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Winston Churchill on Land Monopoly

While I’ve long been passionate about economics, reading Michael Hudson’s Killing the Host was such an eye opener that it fundamentally changed the way I view our political economy. Specifically, it made me ponder why certain rentier elites – especially … Continue reading

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Review: Rigged by Dean Baker

  So, after a bit of a break from the blog and political economy, I’m back with another one of my economics book reviews! This time, I’ll be reviewing Rigged: How Globalization and the Rules of the Modern Economy Were … Continue reading

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Second Part of Robert Stark’s Interview

Happy New Year all! I know that I haven’t been as active on the blog lately, but I have not been idle. For now, I’m going to post the second part of my latest appearance on Robert Stark’s show. This segment … Continue reading

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Newest Interview With Robert Stark

Check out my latest interview on The Stark Truth, where I spoke with Robert Stark, Rabbit, and Alex von Goldstein; basically the first time with the entire crew! We mainly discussed the FIRE economy, especially real estate and the Bay Area’s housing quagmire. As usual, … Continue reading

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The Bay Area and the FIRE Economy

At the recommendation of Robert Stark, I checked out his interview of Bay Area housing activist Laura Foote Clark. Listen to it here. Needless to say, the lack of affordable accommodations in the Bay is a blatantly obvious problem, one that has a full third … Continue reading

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