Stacy Herbert | Max Keiser

In this episode of the Keiser Report from The Durham hotel in North Carolina, Max and Stacy discuss the rising cost of manufactured homes previously known as mobile homes pricing out the poor as hurricane victims and baby boomers vie for limited supply. In the second half, Max interviews former head of the North Carolina Democratic Party about the latest in the fight for net neutrality and a platform for the Democrats.

From The Durham hotel in North Carolina, Max and Stacy debunk the myths of the top 1%. The fact is that they got there by erecting barriers to entry through government regulations barring new entrants from competing with them. In the second half, Max continues his smash interview with Jameson Lopp of BitGo.com; the two discuss the latest in bitcoin markets and hyper-bitcoinization.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the housing crisis as wealth transfer. In the second half, Max interviews Charles Hugh Smith of OfTwoMinds.com about the fetid swamp of tax reform.

Max and Stacy discuss Chinas supercomputer power beating out all the competition, by far, and Americas show of force in the Pacific displaying military might at a huge price. Max interviews Dan Collins of TheChinaMoneyReport.com about the state of the economy in China.

From two months ago, but I was on the road then . . .

Max and Stacy discuss Trump making friends by ignoring human rights and putting America first. They look at mortality rates in the US lagging further and further behind 35 other industrialized nations in the past forty years while human rights abroad rather than at home became the number one priority. In the second half, Max interviews Dan Collins of TheChinaMoneyReport.com about China 2025 and Donald Trumps soft power in the region.

In this special Thanksgiving Day episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss all that they are thankful for: from cryptocurrency to travel to being back on the frontline, as one system disintegrates and another to emerge. They discuss working for RT and the platform it provides. And so many other things for which to be thankful.

Max and Stacy discuss the overpriced, and yet worthless, tilting and sinking skyscraper of San Francisco as an analogy for political parties not built into a bedrock of principles but on shaky and shady characters prone to ideological liquefaction as soon as a new political donation comes in. Max also interviews Wolf Richter of WolfStreet.com about the commercial and residential property markets.

In this episode of the Keiser Report Max and Stacy discuss the bizarre documents leaked to TheIntercept.com exposing an alleged financial plan to attack Qatar with weapons of mass financial destruction. In the second half Max continues his interview with Max Blumenthal about #russiagate, #TheResistance, AIPAC and more.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the international oligarchy exposed by the Paradise Papers. In the second half, Max interviews Max Blumenthal about the business of #Russiagate.

Max and Stacy discuss buy bitcoin overtaking buy gold in search engines. They also look at Buffetts 100 percent crash threshold and vanishing stocks. Max interviews Cornell University Professor Dave Collum about his bucket list, his annual economic review and his big, bad bet on gold.

In this episode of the Keiser Report Max and Stacy ask whether or not Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who is currently under Ritz arrest, would have been better off had he owned bitcoin instead of Twitter and Fox. In the second half Max continues his interview with Dr. Michael Hudson, author of Super Imperialism. They recount the history of labor, socialism, Minneapolis and more.

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