Joe Haldeman is a leading science fiction author with dozens of novels to his name.
Social networks function like infectious diseases, according to Princeton researchers. They spread fast—and then disappear
Sir, I have a question in regards to the reply article on turning one's IRA or 401(k) into a survival retreat property.
Picture yourself and your loved ones in the midst of a howling blizzard that lasts for several years. Think about what you would need, who could help you, and why your fate might matter to anybody other than yourself. That is how to plan for a saec
Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired Air Force Colonel, Professor, Cattle Farmer) on what's in store for 2014 - John Ross (investment broker, financial adviser, Author) most known for his book, Unintended Consequences, provides an update...
This morning the Bureau of Labor and Statistics issued their latest non-farms payroll report.
Why has Goldman Sachs chosen this moment to publicly declare that stocks are overpriced?
2013 is over, and I’m in the large group of people who are sort of glad to see it go. But in terms of liberty and technology, it was a great year! 2013 was also the year that a vast new majority of Americans turned their back on the overseas military
2013 is over, and I’m in the large group of people who are sort of glad to see it go. But in terms of liberty and technology, it was a great year! 2013 was also the year that a vast new majority of Americans turned their back on the overseas milita
Ernest pays Tribute to Jack McLamb - Out of respect for Officer Jack McLamb (the original 'Officer Friendly') who passed away this past weekend, we honor his memory, his fight for justice, his unwavering spirit even in the wake of persecution,
Pastor Harry returns to GLP/TRFL - his last interview 4 yrs ago, he foretold that the liberals will normalize & decriminalize pedophilia. This prediction came true, as they're pushing to make it a "sexual preference". Join us tonight at 11pm est
Future predictions; Also, technology - an update on new scientific developments, and technology that we can expect to see in 2014 and beyond
Ernest re-caps his trip to the Consumer Electronics Show last week in Las Vegas; what his impression was about what was there (and what wasn't), the future of technology in the U.S./International - Bob Anderson calls in to talk about the CES
Some people have ignored the counsel of despair and gone out there to make a difference. Rather than seeing themselves as surrounded by despotism and barriers, they have found creative solutions that are right now making government much less effectiv
Let 2014 be the year that you dedicate yourself like never before to your transformative journey and your practice of living in a new consciousness. No matter what goals you set for yourself in the new year, one of the most important actions you can
In the past 30 days, I have been privately approached by four high level media types with regard to the fact that President Obama was planning on using a false flag event to take down all, or part of the power grid and then enact martial law under t
Everywhere I go, I meet people who seem to believe that it’s all over, that there is no hope, that freedom is forever doomed. The doom and gloomers are omnipresent. But there is a great line in the newest version of the movie “Red Dawn” that should h
In 33 years of forecasting trends, the Trends Research Institute has never seen a new year that will witness severe economic hardship and social unrest on one hand, and deep philosophic enlightenment and personal enrichment on the other. A series of
Some are best guesses. Others are easier to make. For billions worldwide, 2013 was grim. Expect 2014 to be no better. For many it'll be worse.
Since 2005, Michelin Tires has been working on a tire that doesn't need air, and no, it’s not a rigid wagon wheel. Its a tire that has built in shock absorbers that will never become flat or blow out.
What was it that made Philip K. Dick interested in precognition? It had not been a particular theme within classical science fiction nor had it been part of the books that the young Philip read during his childhood years and early teens. The answer m
The political class is using Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged as an instruction manual
In wrapping up 2013, I wrote on the day after Christmas that the year ahead “promises to be one of the most dramatic in the markets in our short-term memories.
Isaac Asimov wasn’t just a science fiction author, but also a visionary.
Elections in Egypt, the US and India. The World Cup. The Sochi Olympics. And the NATO withdrawal are all sure to be in the news in 2014.
It has been only 7 months since the lights went out, but it feels like forever.
Gerald Celente, Publisher of The Trends Journal, predicts, "Absent the war card, I think we will see a financial crisis before the end of the second quarter of 2014."
HAPPY NEW YEAR - Ernest goes over the Freedom's Phoenix Headline News - Hour 2 Ernest plays the movie, Karl Hess: Toward Liberty
2014 is upon us. For a person who graduated from Georgia Tech in 1961, a year in which the class ring showed the same date right side up or upside down, the 21st century was a science fiction concept associated with Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film, “2001
Ernest goes over the Headline News on Freedom's Phoenix - Donna sits in to talk about this past year and what's to come in 2014 - Some Predictions