Did you ever wonder why countries allow private central banks to issue their money? Somehow, missing in the self-governing status of governments is the courage to deny the seduction or the threats of the global banking cabal, over the control of a na
Right now the US Government is spending over a trillion and a half dollars more than they are taking in – but that's as good as it's going to get. We're already in the best of all possible worlds, considering what's happened. It gets vastly worse...
So to sum up: first the taxpayers were asked to save Freddie and Fannie, then they were asked to save the banks, now when it is politically expedient to do so, the first entity which is still being saved is suing the second...
Remember when one month ago the US, to much pomp and circumstance, not to mention one downgrade, announced a grand bargain raising the debt ceiling from $14.294 trillion to something much higher...
Not many can tell by looking at a picture of a smiling President Obama that his Les Paul is made from Indian Rosewood, unless you know your Gibson guitars. Bruce Mitchell, General Counsel at Gibson Guitars, tells us whether or not your Gibson is at r
Everything in the world is connected to your social security # (slave #), including opening a bank account, signing up for school, buying a house or owning land, and of course getting a job.
Remember when you were in third grade and you were learning about poor people in your community or other countries and you asked, “Teacher, why can’t the government just print more money and give it to the poor people so they can eat and have a place
Productive wealth has been trapped in a web of parasitic theft, counterfeiting, liability evasion, non-regulation, and prosecutorial non-accountability. All the fundamental attributes of a functioning exchange economy have been warped to reward...
The return on investment is poor -- and that's just the acknowledged costs.
After calling for cuts to FEMA over the past weekend, Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) appeared on Anderson Cooper 360 Monday night and was asked if he wanted to get rid of the agency entirely.
Rancher does own road work, sends Pima County the bill -- All of the taxes, none of the benefit in Pima County. "But, what about the roads?" Anarchists answered this question long ago... Henceforth, this question should be posed in arguments
It’s not really the end of the world, but to read some of the analysis and data over the past week, it’s hard not to wonder if it’s not the beginning of the Endgame at the very least.
Dylan Reeves - TORT LIABILITY FOR MANUFACTURERS OF VIOLENT VIDEO GAMES: A SITUATIONAL DISCUSSION OF THE CAUSATION CALAMITY
The first recorded word for ‘freedom’ in any human language is the Sumerian amargi, a word for debt-freedom, and by extension freedom more generally, which literally means ‘return to mother,’ since when they declared a clean slate, all...
Aug. 26 - Caution prevails ahead of the closely watched speech by Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke on Friday, while European sentiment is sapped by a mounting confusion over Greece's bailout.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Friday announced that the Fed wouldn’t take any steps at this time to provide a boost but indicated they may be considered next month.
Participants at the annual Summer University of the New Economics in France have been focused on Ron Paul's issue: sound money and the political propensity to inflate away debt.
Florida's nascent drug testing program for welfare recipients has been in effect for just over a month, and already it is representing a significant cost to the state.
The cost of U.S. military intervention in Libya has cost American taxpayers an estimated $896 million through July 31, the Pentagon said today. Over the past 12 days, U.S. planes have flown 391 sorties for a total of 5,316 since April 1, according t
Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor, explains the potential impact to the country of each U.S. credit rating downgrade to a final rating of B+! This is an amusing video until the end when uber-liberal and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich ta
Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart Thursday put to rest Fox News’ claims that taxing the wealthy amounts to “class warfare.”
The US Army has said it had awarded nearly $900 million in contracts to British arms manufacturer BAE Systems and US firm General Dynamics to develop its next-generation ground combat vehicle.
So, Doug London has suffered more damage from recent rioting than from anything else since the Blitzkrieg; the stock market had its most volatile week in years; gold shot well north of $1,800; and the U.S. government almost crashed into its debt ceil
Ron Paul on the Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, CNN Air Date 8/18/11
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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ordered the central bank to repatriate $11 billion of gold reserves held in developed nations’ institutions such as the Bank of England as prices for the metal rise to a record.
If the sovereign government debt situation in Europe is anywhere near a final economic solution, why do the heads of Germany and France keep meeting? These meetings are getting more frequent.
Tonight on Adam vs. the Man with Adam Kokesh: Mattie Corrao, Government Affairs Manager for Americans for Tax Reform, breaks down the past week's fallout from the debt deal.
Gonzalo Lira: By the way, that is the key difference between 2008 and 2011: We’re not going to have a Hollywood Ending this time around.
There are no good endings once you start down a deleveraging path. As I have been writing for several years, much of the entire developed world is now faced with choosing from among several bad choices, some being worse than others.”