Category Archives: Politics

Lex Rex: SCOTUS Saves The American Republic

Lex Rex The literal meaning of the two words is “Law King” . . . which as Rutherford explained ( and was imprisoned for what he said and came close to losing his head for it) . . . means … Continue reading

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Looks Like A Democratic Tsunami – Cook Report

This election is looking more like a Democratic tsunami than simply a Blue wave. President Trump, mired in some of the lowest job approval ratings of his presidency, is trailing Biden by significant margins in key battleground states like Pennsylvania (8 … Continue reading

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QOTD: Religious Bad Men

QOTD:  Quote of the Day “Of all bad men, religious bad men are the worst.” – C.S. Lewis C.S. Lewis, the Oxford/Cambridge professor during World War II is a cult hero with white American evangelicals,  some of Trump’s strongest supporters. … Continue reading

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John Bolton Confirms What GMM Suspected All Along

Xi is playing that guy like a Stradivarius fiddle. – GMM, Oct 2019 John Bolton’s new book is now in the hands of journalists and the deets are beginning to leak out.  We state categorically GMM is not a big … Continue reading

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Time To Fear The American Street

I used to go home every night as a young Wall Street trader worried about how instability on the “Arab Street” would adversely impact my long unhedged positions.  If you have been a reader of the Global Macro Monitor over … Continue reading

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Bad Look Of High Stock Prices & High Unemployment

In a few hours, the BLS will release the employment situation for April, which will illustrate the devastation the COVID crisis has inflicted on the U.S. labor market.  Since the crisis began 30 million plus American workers have filed for … Continue reading

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The Plan Is, There Is No Plan

None, nada, just more Potemkin noise, the hallmark of this administration, coupled with massive gaslighting.  It’s up to the Governors now to get it right and land the plane. The Trump campaign strategy now seems to be keep whiping up the … Continue reading

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More Projections Trump Loses His Reelection Bid

I came across the following analysis and Tweet from Plural Vote today. Plural Vote is an independent, non-partisan, data-driven news site, run by Sean Le Van. We statistically analyze elections, current events, policy decisions, and legislation in order to get … Continue reading

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Prepare For The Senate To Flip

We think it will, and in a big way — 55 Blue Senate seats on January 1st is our prediction. Political Bets Granted 204 days to election day is an eternity in politics but we layout our analysis in the … Continue reading

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Rosie The Riveter 2020

America stepping up.   Go Rosie 2020! Rosie the Riveter was the star of a campaign aimed at recruiting female workers for defense industries during World War II, and she became perhaps the most iconic image of working women.  – History … Continue reading

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