Legal Marijuana Creates Boom for Colorado Economy

Written by Grant M. Deltz Associate Editor – Follow Grant on Twitter @grantdeltz! The marijuana industry in Colorado has just hit a new milestone: $1 billion in legal sales for the first 10 months of 2016. Attorney Christian Sederberg, who played a big part in getting Amendment 64 passed in Colorado to legalize pot, predicts

Are Silver and Gold in Bull Markets?

By: Jeff Caldwell, II It is common to use charts over the course of the previous year to judge the price and performance of stocks, bonds and commodities. However, gold and silver are currently trading at or near two-year highs. Both have performed very well over the course of the past year. Let’s check out silver’s

Gary Johnson is Open to Government Subsidized Income

By: Jeff Caldwell In an article shared on Facebook by Our America Initiative, Gary Johnson is described as being “open” to the idea of Universal Basic Income paid for with a carbon tax. Our America Initiative states in the headline text of the post, “A Basic Income – though worrisome if a mere addition to the government mass now drowning the economy

6 Ways The Free Market Is Like An Ecosystem

By: Susan Bigknife Ecosystems function best when you leave them alone. I learned this principle while studying permaculture (the science/art of creating backyard food-producing ecosystems). I was amazed at how similar permaculture principles were to free market economics. The spontaneous order that occurs in nature also applies to the economic activities of human beings. We are a part