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Mark served honorably for four years on active duty in the Marine Corps infantry. He has held the NFA Series 3 license (futures and futures options broker), having worked with MF Global before its collapse. He specializes in helping companies develop hedging strategies.
SHARE Friday, October 7, 2016 Congressman Joe Heck's torture problem
Joe Heck has a torture problem, because he supports its use. Based upon his non-support for Fifth Amendment protection bills, he apparently supports using torture domestically.
SHARE Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Congressman Joe Heck the spy
Pursuant to the calculus used to arrest Evgeny Buryakov, it's perfectly reasonable to accuse Congressman Joe Heck and many other politicians in Washington of making their trade in espionage against the American people.
(5 comments) SHARE Thursday, December 3, 2015 Donald Trump doesn't know how capital flows
Donald Trump tells us that China - not the government in Washington - is the biggest "abuser" of the United States. Pursuant to Trump, the most devastating weapon China has in its arsenal is currency manipulation. In other words, pursuant to Trump, renminbi devaluation is tantamount to an attack on the United States. But is Donald Trump right? Is the Sinophobia justified?
SHARE Thursday, January 22, 2015 Inflation is injurious to exports
Prevailing practitioners of economics tell us that inflation stimulates exports. They get the flow of capital inverted. Otherwise, pray tell, why wouldn't Zimbabwe be the world's leading exporter? Inflation inflicts injury upon the manufacturing base, engendering capital outflow and the destruction of jobs.
(2 comments) SHARE Tuesday, January 20, 2015 A review of American Sniper
I nearly came to tears at the end of the movie. But watching Chris Kyle come to life in American Sniper made me walk out of the theater with a smile on my face as it gave me a renewed sense of strength.