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The Corporate Plantation: NCAA College Sports Oligopoly

James Hall | The voice of Jerry Maguire can be heard echoing across college campuses nationwide.

The Silicon Valley’s New Corporate Fascists

James Hall | Is the new iPhone 6 worth fighting over, or dying over? Certainly not.

Bankers Rule: City of London vs. Scottish Independence

James Hall | Many Scots may accept serving the Crown, but tolerating second-class citizenship insults the proud heritage of the highlands.

Beyond Net Neutrality: Internet 2 and Corporate Governance

James Hall | Whenever the corporatists see the prospects to carve out, more efficient monopolies, they seize the opportunity.

‘Robot Devolution’: Asia, High Technology and the Future of Jobs

James Hall | A chilling look at a bleak future: Chinese factory near-slave labor is NOT the final frontier of capitalist production.

Pfizer and Astra Zeneca: The Corporate Inversion Relocation Game

James Hall | Where are your jobs going? The globalists fashioned their Corporatocracy as a refugee from accountability.

Planetary Fiat: Does a $100 Trillion Debt Total Really Matter?

James Hall | More than ever, debt is everywhere, but it just does not seem to matter. Why?

The Case of the Missing Military-Industrial-Complex Money

James Hall | A rational reform of depraved money laundering is impossible without a fundamental repudiation of Washington’s internationalist foreign policy doctrines.

‘Liberal Media’ Now Admit Obamacare is a Jobs Killer

James Hall | In the face of ignoring that productive employment is necessary for a healthy economy, Obama supporters cannot escape empirical reality.

Corporatocracy: Your Guide to ‘No Bid’ Government Contracts

James Hall | As El Duce once said: “Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power”.

Legal Fraud in Banksterland: Rehypothecation of Collateral

James Hall | Oh dear. This is how you have become the unsecured creditor of your own assets.

THINK ABOUT IT: Low Interest Rates Impoverish Savers

James Hall | The result is that treasure ends up in the accounts of the banksters and favored insiders.