Gerald Celente (American Trend Forecaster, Publisher of Trends Journal, Business Consultant, Author) on market conditions; what's up for 2019 - Tim Picciott (Crypto Self Direct; The Liberty Advisor) does The Economic Report
U.S. customers can instantly withdraw Coinbase balances to PayPal, providing even faster access to their funds through one of the world's easiest and most widely-used payment platforms. These withdrawals are not only fast; they're free and incur
The Saudi government has issued a blistering condemnation of last week's Senate vote blaming Riyadh for the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. While that voice vote may have irked them, the vote before it demanding an end to US participatio
It wasn't the first time in history that a government needed to borrow money to fight a war. But the Venetians came up with an innovative idea:
Patreon is a corrupt organisation that actively censors non-left opinions. Even if you are leaning to the left yourself, we can all agree that this deliberate financial censorship and exclusion is NOT ACCEPTABLE. Let's talk about Patreon, Sam Harris,
OPERATION INDIGO SKYFOLD: The Most Secret Covert Black Operation In World History "Maybe my fellow pilots will read or hear about this, and decide to come forward as well."
"You don't know my people. If this band of brutes ever lands on your shores, they will swallow you up." Jean Raspail
Justin's note: Today, I'm handing the reins to my good friend Nick Rokke, lead analyst for The Palm Beach Daily. His recent essay on bitcoin is so good, I had to share it with you right away. As Nick explains below, we'll soon know the true
112 SHARES Twitter Facebook Reddit Email Print So much has changed in the past year (at least according to respondents in Bank of America's latest Fund Manager Survey). This time in December 2017, FMS investors were super bullish and long
In the current crypto bear market, miners have been battered due to the depreciation of digital assets, leaving many operations struggling to generate profit. In some cases, miners have been forced to exit the business altogether. In their absence, a
Mere hours before his former National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, is expected to be sentenced for lying to the FBI (and hours after Robert Mueller finally released a heavily redacted sentencing memo), an angry President Trump once again lashed
Proponents of corporate bailouts miss the importance of loss and bankruptcy within a market economy.
Private government is really nothing new. And I don't mean some arrangement between coercive government and "private" companies that make their money from government contracts.
In this episode I ask the question, "Is Bob Mueller's team getting worried about critical evidence?" Also, are key players lying about lying? I address the Obamacare ruling and what it means for your healthcare. Finally, I cover the recent deve
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez needs a break. The Bronx-bred democratic socialist heading into her freshman term in the House of Representatives announced Monday she's taking some time off to take care of herself before she officially starts her new j
It's unclear whether the Phoenix City Council will follow through on plans to give $150 million to the city's professional basketball team, the Phoenix Suns, for stadium upgrades.
will she give back all her minority privilege now?...(Natural News) Elizabeth Warren admitted that she is "not a person of color" while speaking at a college event in December. But for decades, Warren has been claiming to be Native American in or
(Bloomberg) -- On a historic day of four planned space launches, Lockheed Martin Corp. is betting that the first of its long-delayed, next-generation Global Positioning System satellites can do its job even though congressional investigators say it h
For The First Month Since 2008, Not A Single Junk Bond Prices
Michael Cohen's lawyers are petitioning for their "rat" client to serve his 36-month sentence at FCI Otisville, a notoriously comfortable minimum-security lockup roughly 80 miles north of Manhattan that has long been a destination for financial fraud
With opinion now evenly split between those who favour a one or two-state solution, many in the US are turning their attention to the systemic inequities faced by Palestinians
Populism and libertarianism
The deadly ambush in Niger last October that left four U.S. serviceman dead prompted months of hand-wringing inside the Pentagon. But that botched operation, which drew national attention to U.S. counterterror operations throughout Africa should not
Mexico's war on drugs was a bloody fool's errand from day one.
Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss the passing of George H.W. Bush and why France's Yellow Vest revolt is a rejection of neoliberalism. Doctor Ron Paul talks about the future of trade, NATO and his hopes for America in 2019.
Roger Ver Bitcoin update -
The countries are testing a technology for possible military application, say Chinese scientists involved in the project Militaries have been in a race to control the ionosphere, which allows radio signals to bounce long distances for communication,
President Trump has tweeted well wishes to his former national security adviser Michael Flynn as he heads to his sentencing hearing today. "Good luck today in court to General Michael Flynn. Will be interesting to see what he has to say, despite
El Nacional, one of the few remaining independent media outlets in Venezuela, ceased print publication last week after the government choked off access to paper. The newspaper earned official ire with its long opposition to socialist strongman, Hugo
Elon Musk and Bill Gates talk Artificial Intelligence
The question, then, for our time is this: Can the U.S. pursue a Cold War policy of containment against both of the other great military powers, even as we maintain our Cold War commitments to defend scores of countries around the globe?
Mark Dice Video- Liberals take over Christmas
Upton Sinclair once noted: "It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it."
Air marshals might still treat you like a terrorist. But they'll stop documenting your every move. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) claims it will no longer track the normal movements of people who aren't suspected of any wrongdoing.
NEW YORK (AP) -- CBS announced Monday that former CEO Les Moonves will not receive his $120 million severance package after the board of directors concluded he violated company policy
The crypto world has been mourning the passing of Timothy C. May at the age of 67. While an unknown entity to the general public, to early internet adopters, cypherpunks, libertarians, and cryptography evangelists, May's writings remain hallowed. T
Our verdict of the Nanoleaf Canvas: The Nanoleaf Canvas is a stunning, vibrant, modular lighting centrepiece. Get creative and make your own design; then load your own unique music reactive lighting scenes.
makes brains vulnerable to chemical damage from food and vaccines...(Natural News) A bombshell scientific study reveals that aspartame may be one of the most damaging vectors for the widespread "dumbing down" of humanity. Published in AJTCAM (Afr
Speed has always been linked with success for production environments. In an ever-changing technology landscape, manufacturers and machine shops have the opportunity to add new tools to increase efficiency, but face the challenge of choosing tech tha
Another attempt to rally S&P futures overnight has fizzled, this time as a result of weakness in Europe and a mixed session in Asia, following a sharp decline in European retailers due to a record plunge in UK online retailer Asos Plc which collapsed
Scootin' just got funkier.
Justin's note: Paris is in flames.
Why did U.S. authorities bother to pursue a Russian gun-rights activist for activities they could easily have ignored? The answer should worry you.
Hungarian scholar George Szamuely tells Ann Garrison that he sees a 70 percent chance of combat between NATO and Russia following the incident in the Kerch Strait and that it is being fueled by Russia-gate.
Attorneys and guardians have plundered the estate of Marvin Siegel, a retired attorney from Boxford, Massachusetts. At the same time they have gone through the courts to isolate him from his children and essentially imprison him in his own home.
The Yellow Vest protests in France have only received a small amount of media coverage in the U.S. and there may be good reason for it. Is the fact that these protests began over a Carbon Fuel Tax and have spread to general dissatisfaction with big g