Joe Hardy, Nemacolin and Me

Back some years ago I became the head of a family office for one of America’s wealthiest families. Very near the top of my to-do list, which the family had unceremoniously handed me on my first day, was something that read, “Sell Nemacolin.” read more »

Three Years to Forget, Part 2

Given two back-to-back horrific years – 2020 and 2021 – you might have supposed that a kind God would have given us a break in 2022. No such luck – The Evil Years continued. read more »

Ukraine through the Lens of Cuba, Part 6

As we noted last week, several days into the Cuban Missile Crisis President Kennedy began to receive almost bizarre letters from Nikita Khrushchev – long, disjointed missives that seemed to be almost steam-of-conscious ramblings. One letter offered to remove the missiles if the US would promise publicly not to invade Cuba. But very shortly after that a second letter stated that the missiles would only be removed if the US removed its missiles from Turkey. read more »

Ukraine through the Lens of Cuba, Part 2

We are examining the nuclear threats propounded by Vladimir Putin during the Ukraine conflict through the lens of the nuclear threats propounded by his predecessor, Nikita Khrushchev, during the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. read more »

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