Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Career Politicians Disconnect From The People Driving Trends Few Recognize

Career politicians, many intensely disconnected from the people they represent from American to Australia, are driving the rise of third parties, supporting those willing to question the questionable, and reinforcing the trend from cooperation to separation throughout the globe. A growing majority is waking up to this disconnect either by observation or, worse, economic and financial pain driven not by central banks but rather market forces of the invisible hand.

Invisible hand, sounds like mumbo jumbo to us, says programmed human behavior of the majority. Unfortunately, this programming ensures they'll become the bagholders of tomorrow's unexpected trends. Human behavior is extreme consistent over time.

Headline: Hillary Clinton wore a $12,495 Armani jacket during a speech about inequality

Hillary Clinton took a lot of flak on Monday after a report surfaced that the presidential candidate wore a Giorgio Armani jacket worth more than $12,000 during a speech in April about inequality.

Clinton, who was well-known for her vast pantsuit collection, has upgraded her wardrobe during her most recent bid for president to appear more relatable, according to the New York Post.



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