Category Archives: Economy

Is The U.S. Stock Market Rigged?

New York This looks interesting:

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Spike Lee’s Anti-Gentrification Rant

New York Spike Lee is furious that his old neighborhood is going uphill …

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The End of Bitcoin?

Japan Now would be a good time for the Bitcoin enthusiasts in the Alt Right to step forward and explain some recent headlines. Note: That’s you, Matt Parrott.

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Caribbean Project: Who Is Mats Lundahl?

Haiti There comes a point in every critical investigation when you either admit failure or strike pay dirt. In the course of OD’s Caribbean Project, we have drilled through the leftist apologies, the pop histories, eye witness accounts, regional histories, … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Labadee, Hispanolia

Haiti Reading over Steve Sailer’s column “Why Haiti Is So Hopeless,” I am struck by how little attention is paid to the relative absence of tourism as an explanation for Haiti’s dismal condition. There is a tendency among mainstream commentators like … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Review: The Economic History of the Caribbean Since the Napoleonic Wars

Haiti Victor Bulmer-Thomas’ The Economic History of the Caribbean Since the Napoleonic Wars is a massive 710 page analysis of the economic development of the Caribbean region since 1820. I bought this book specifically because I wanted to get a better … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Economic Impact of the US Occupation In Haiti, 1915-1934

Haiti During the Crossroads Haiti Debate, I was struck by the fact that even university professors and high school teachers who teach history to American students subscribe to the belief that Haiti’s present condition is due to its ruthless exploitation … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Haiti’s Trade and Caribbean World Market Shares

Haiti In the Crossroads Haiti Debate, I came across the myth that Western countries essentially ganged up on Haiti and strangled its economy out of “racism.” Disingenuous White Liberals really believe this stuff. I’ve spent the last week researching the … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: The Demise of Haiti’s Sugar Industry

Haiti In 1789, there were 288 sugar plantations in Haiti’s Northern Province, 314 sugar plantations in Haiti’s Western Province, and 191 sugar plantations in Haiti’s Southern Province. As Saint-Domingue, Haiti was the largest producer of sugar in the world and … Continue reading

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The White Ghetto

Kentucky National Review has a new article on poor White Southerners in Greater Appalachia: “Owsley County, Ky. – There are lots of diversions in the Big White Ghetto, the vast moribund matrix of Wonder Bread–hued Appalachian towns and villages stretching from … Continue reading

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