Saturday, August 28, 2010
"Buy when there's blood on the streets."
Writing at Zero Hedge, Gonzalo Lira, some of whose relatives went through Chile's bout of hyperinflation in the 1970s, considers what hyperinflation might look like here.
Update: Lira emails, "The discussion at my blog is going strong -- I'd appreciate you directing your readers to the original post, so that they might add to the conversation, as I hope you will too."
From the Vault
Approximately two years ago, I looked at "Bush's Statist Legacy." In case you were feeling nostalgia for the Bush Presidency: You're welcome!
Don Watkins and Yaron Brook discuss "The Un-American Dream" at Forbes.
Paul Hsieh writes about "Avastin and Your Life" at Pajamas Media.
Why Governor Christie's Star is Rising
Even addressing a stupid clerical error that shouldn't be his concern, he projects an admirable character that Obama simply doesn't.
Too bad he doesn't seem to realize that he shouldn't be in charge of education.
Today: Added a note to first section on hyperinflation.