“All other things aside, 2017 will be remembered as the year when madness gained acceptance in mainstream politics and everyday life. Last year raised one key question that begs for an answer: Why is there such a similarity between the mindset of right wing conservatives and the mentally ill?”
As this year melts into next, we thought we’d revisit five key problems the country faces for readers who have a keen interest in the extent to which America, while not the barren, bone-strewn wasteland imagined in Donald Trump’s inauguration speech, does have a set of rather serious issues it needs to address in 2018.
“…aÂ Bank of England-issued digital currency would potentially allow British citizens to keep their money – in digital form – with the central bank itself, dispensing with the need for a retail bank.”
“During a night of heavy drinking at an upscale London bar in May 2016, George Papadopoulos, a young foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, made a startling revelation to Australiaâ€™s top diplomat in Britain.”
“In some cases this might make sense (for bitcoin, the total supply is not yet mined and wonâ€™t be for a long time so it is truly not accessible), but for almost all other cryptoassets this view is simply misleading.”
Oh, and don’t forget that if you look back at 5+ years of Trumpâ€™s tweet history, youâ€™ll discover that heâ€™s actually a big Bezos fan â€“ as long as Bezos is selling Trumpâ€™s book, which is â€œa great gift idea thatâ€™s easy to order on Amazonâ€œ…