Who was Keynes and what role does he play economically in the world today since he passed away in 1946? Keynes was a British economist who advanced the theory that all governments should utilize deficit spending during times of recession in order stimulate the economy. Keynesianism has been aggressively deployed today resulting in enormous debt loads and miniscule positive results. We'll discuss why Keynes' theory is a myth. Other topics include American Sniper, The Argentina/Iran/US connection, It Isn't a lie if you believe it, the new Radar and the weekly Market Report.
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