Economics

Sound money:
A Biblical Perspective – Part II
Weight is more constant than currency

The value of gold and silver is assigned by their own nature. Everything else is measured against a certain weight of these metals. Or should be.

Sound money:
A Biblical Perspective – Part I
Even in Genesis, gold is declared to be "good"

Even a hardcore atheist should read this article with an open mind.

Today's EU:
The Embodiment of Bureaucratic Hubris
15 percent of Eurozone companies are "zombies" and will fall in a big wave of defaults

"The entire equity capital of the Euro-zone banking system will be burned up in a matter of months."

Italy and the euro:
‘The People’ on the Label, Bankruptcy Inside
Get yourselves some ‘barbarous relics’!

If you walk in the rain, your vision restricted by a raised hood, it's easy to overlook and overhear oncoming traffic. It would be wise to be extra vigilant.

EU plans for ‘completion of the currency union’:
Hustling in the Shadow of the Migration ‘Crisis’
Politicians never stop

They know that their window of opportunity is closing.

Sweden:
Trouble in Paradise
How immigration exposes deep cracks in the economy

The state-engineered failure of the Nordic country’s immigration and integration plan.