THE MATHEMATICAL CERTAINTY OF U.S. GOVERNMENT DEFAULT

THE MATHEMATICAL CERTAINTY OF U.S. GOVERNMENT DEFAULT

In conducting an analysis of an entity's solvency, there is a financial tipping point, after which there is no mathematical way out. The "way out” becomes default. The United States government reached that point at least 15 years ago.

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THE U.S. CORPORATE MEDIA OLIGOPOLY

THE U.S. CORPORATE MEDIA OLIGOPOLY

In the United States, five corporations, headquartered mostly in New York, control the vast majority of the traditional media industry—while five corporations, headquartered mostly in California, control most of the tech media industry. 

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