08.17.22- Let’s Build a New Country Together: Intro to the Parallel Economy Project
Joe Jarvis

I want to found my own country one day. That might sound crazy, but due to some historical changes currently taking place, it could become possible soon… more on that in a minute.

But with such an ambitious project, I knew I had to start small, build a foundation, and scale incrementally.

So I am taking the first step now by building an online community called the Parallel Economy Project. Read More

08.16.22- How Your Carbon Footprint And Your Carbon Wallet Are Really Going To Work In The Dystopian World That WEF Has Planned?

Let me introduce you to Barbara Baarsma. Barbara is the CEO of Rabo Carbon Bank. Yes, you read that right. Not Rabo Bank but Rabo Carbon Bank. In this 53 second video interview below she is advocating for a "Personal Carbon Wallet". That may not seem like a big deal but when you hear what she has to say you should be concerned, very concerned in fact. Read More

08.15.22- Economic Witch Doctors
Thomas DiLorenzo

“Most economists are political apologists masquerading as economists,” wrote investor and author Doug Casey in an online article entitled “How Economic Witch Doctors Convince Everyone They’re Really Neurosurgeons.”  They “tailor theories to help politicians demonstrate the [alleged] virtue and necessity of their quest for more power” — so much so that economics has become “the handmaiden of government.”  Evidence of Casey’s contention abounds, and is a major theme of my new book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to EconomicsRead More

08.13.22- Living the American Dream…
In Mexico

Simon Black

One of the hallmarks of the ‘American Dream’ has long been owning your own home— and it’s a dream people around the globe share.

But now that housing affordability has hit its lowest levels since the early 2000s in many parts of the world, this ‘dream’ is looking more and more like a fantasy. Read More

08.12.22- IRS annual report shows heavily armed agents training to shoot

Mike Adams

The IRS Criminal Investigations annual report from 2021 touts photos of IRS rifle fire teams and IRS “police” shooters taking aim at rows of targets that represent American taxpayers.

A close inspection of the targets reveals they are not circular rifle targets that might be used in rifle competitions. They are people-shaped targets that are used to desensitize federal agents to the shooting and killing of human beings.

The human beings represented by these targets are, of course, American taxpayers. Read More

08.11.22- Modern American Policy: Stupid or Sinister?
Matthew Piepenburg

American policy has been acting in ways which suggest either a desperate ignorance or a sinister restructuring of the national narrative.

Surveying the Senseless

The USA is now staring down the barrel of four-decade high inflation, an inverted yield curve and the highest debt levels in its history as Wall Street recently enjoyed the strongest relief rally since 2020 on the bad news of yet another Fed rate hike (75bp) into a percolating liquidity crisis. Read More

08.10.22- Get Ready For Democrats’ October Surprise: Here Comes The Chaos
James Howard Kunstler

Satan is the father of lies and we have become Satanic, being and doing evil, most especially to ourselves….

What’s ahead — like a few months down the road? Hysteria and chaos, if the “Joe Biden” regime can help it… and they’re helping it all they can. Twice vaxxed, twice boosted, and twice recent Covid-19 patient Dr. Anthony Fauci warned this week that the unvaxxed would “get into trouble” as the seasons turn this year. The part he left out is: the unvaxxed will be in trouble trying to keep up with helping their sick and dying vaccinated relatives whose immune systems have been damaged by their multiple vaxxes. Read More

08.09.22- Collapse Won’t Just Reset Society,
It Will Destroy It

Brittany Smith and Joseph Wayne Smith

The collapse of techno-industrial civilization is likely to occur on the present business-as-usual mode of social functioning, probably by 2030, but there are scenarios where it could be before Christmas 2022, if the West and Russia slide into nuclear war; that is our position, supported here. This article is a response to Adam Van Buskirk’s paper “Collapse Won’t Reset Society” (Van Buskirk, 2022), who argues that collapse does not lead to the Mad Max/zombie apocalypse scenario, even in the case of all-out nuclear war. We could not disagree more; hence this response. But the Van Buskirk article is typical of “normie” responses to the confrontation with civilizational collapse, so it is instructive to critique his article as a sample of a general pattern of thought. Read More

08.08.22- The Rise Of "Constitutional Carry" Is A Sign Of Failing Trust In Government
Ryan McMaken

Come next January, Alabama will be the 25th state to allow the carrying of concealed weapons without a permit. Alabama will soon join Indiana which in March of this year passed a new statute allowing permitless concealed carry in that state—sometimes called "constitutional carry." In 2021 alone, at least six states passed their own provisions legalizing permitless concealed carry: Arkansas, Iowa, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, and Utah. Essentially, any law-abiding citizen over a certain age (usually 18 or 21 years of age) can now carry a concealed firearm in these states. 20 years ago, only Vermont allowed unrestricted concealed carry. Beginning ten years ago, however, more than twenty states adopted new laws deregulating the carrying of firearms. Read More

08.06.22- END OF THE ROAD: How Money Became Worthless
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08.05.22- Let Them - No, Make Them - Eat Bugs
Joseph P Farrell

You’re probably like me, and thought that GMOs were not a good idea then, and not a good idea now. If so, then you and me have joined… er… the Russians, who didn’t think it was a  v ery good idea either, not the least of which was because of falling yields in GMO acres, and increasing costs to have those falling yields.  Not a very sane business model. And indeed, as I pointed out (in 2014!) the University of Iowa was raising issues with the financial aspect of GMOs (see: https://gizadeathstar.com/2014/02/university-iowa-non-gmos-increase-productivity/). Read More

08.04.22- The “experts” nail it again!
Simon Black

In March of 421 BC, after years of escalating conflict, Athens and Sparta finally decided to bury the hatchet and coexist peacefully together in the Mediterranean.

The two powers had been at odds for decades. Athens had ballooned into a regional empire, and Sparta itself was a rising power.

The two sides came to blows on multiple occasions. And even when they agreed to keep the peace in 421 BC, tensions were still high. All it took was one idiot to screw it up. Read More

08.03.22- The Antidote to Tyranny is Liberty, Not Democracy or International Government
J.B. Shurk

When presidents and prime ministers make and enforce their own laws under the pretext of "emergency powers," then citizens should not be surprised when their leaders discover an endless supply of "emergencies" requiring urgent action. Read More

08.02.22- Navigating the Fourth Turning
Jeff Thomas

“These are the times that try men’s souls.”

So, Thomas Paine wrote in 1775 in his publication of “The American Crisis.” Not so well-remembered today are the words that followed that famous quote:

“Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.”

At that time, Colonial America was passing through the early stages of a “Fourth Turning,” an historical time of crisis that occurs roughly every eighty years.  Read More

08.01.22- No Farmers, No Food, No Life
Carla Peeters

The world is now facing a man-made food catastrophe. It is reaching crisis levels...

Current policies in many parts of the world place a priority on climate change for realizing a green new deal. Meanwhile, such policies will contribute to children dying from severe malnutrition due to broken food systems, with shortages of food and water, stress, anxiety, fear, and dangerous chemical exposure. Read More

07.30.22- Why This Recession Is Different Than All the Rest
Peter Reagan

No matter how you look at it, most Americans saving for retirement are feeling incredible pressure on their entire financial situation right now.

But before we dive into just how dire the economic situation is in the U.S., on the global level things aren’t “peachy” either. In fact, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is predicting a massive global slowdown: Read More

07.29.22- Where to Stash Your Cash in 2022
Catherine Austin Fitts

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07.28.22- We Are Going To See Energy Prices Go Absolutely Nuts This Winter
Just As We Plunge Into A Horrifying
Global Economic Crisis

Michael Snyder

How would you feel if your power bill went up by 50 percent this winter?  How about 100 percent?  Unfortunately, these kinds of price increases are already being announced.  The world was heading into a major energy crisis even before the war in Ukraine started, and now that conflict threatens to create an extremely severe energy crunch that would have been unimaginable just a couple of years ago.  Read More

07.27.22- “I have decided. . .”
Simon Black

In the year 1445 in the Spanish city of Valencia, a 14-year old boy named Rodrigo started his first job as the ‘sacristan’ of the local cathedral.

Becoming sacristan was a pretty big responsibility, especially for a kid; Rodrigo was basically put in charge of the cathedral’s books, records, and high-value assets. But this was no ordinary 14-year old boy.. Read More

07.26.22- Building 7: Obvious 9/11 Controlled Demolition: Foreknowledge, Thermite,
Melted Metal, "Pull It"

Tim Truth

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07.25.22- "Cantorian Economics"? or Something Else?
Joseph P Farrell

“Joseph, Heads up on this one,” the email from P.T. began. It quickly went downhill from there:

There is a massive Non-payment of mortgages going on in China right now.  The story that is being suppressed is that there were runs on banks in Shanghai China weeks ago.  Perhaps the radical ‘Lock Down’ that happened in Shanghai was just a way to suppress the bank runs.  If people shouted a bit too loud, pounded their fists a bit too much, they would get classified as Covid Risk Contagious, get thrown into one of the Quarantine Camps and never be hear from again. Read More

07.23.22- Biden to Declare Climate Emergency!
Jon Rappoport

It is proven beyond all doubt, it is a fact beyond all dispute: A climate emergency is upon us.

Earth is down with a mighty fever. Even the polar ice has vanished.

Reports The Washington Post:

The Arctic seems to be warming up. Reports all point to a radical change in climatic conditions, and hitherto unheard-of high temperatures in that part of the Earth’s surface… The eastern Arctic has steadily gotten warmer, and today the Arctic of that region is not recognizable as the same region of about 50 years ago. Many old landmarks have changed as to be unrecognizable. Where formerly great masses of ice were found, there are now often moraines, accumulations of earth and stones. Read More

07.22.22- The 3 Phases of Retirement Saving (Plus, How to Avoid the #1 Mistake)
Peter Reagan

Saving or planning to save for retirement in 2022 is getting more challenging as each day passes.

Inflation is still accelerating and stealing your purchasing power at an annual rate of 9.1%. The Dow Jones, S&P 500, and NASDAQ are all violently uncertain. The housing market is falling apart at the same time. Read More

07.21.22- Why Keep a Government
That Fails Us?

Andrew P. Napolitano

The failure of law enforcement at all levels — local, state and federal — to protect 19 children who were slaughtered by a madman in Uvalde, Texas, in May has raised serious questions about the role of police in our once-free society. Admittedly, the Uvalde case was extreme, as 376 armed police officers did little or nothing to stop the slaughter perpetrated by one madman. There was no command and control; the decisions made on the scene were chaotic and farcical; and the essence of what law enforcement did was to shield itself from harm, rather than stop the harm. Read More

07.20.22- Economists and Financial Analysts
are Not the Brightest Fish in the Sewer System

David Haggith

The ability of humans to believe whatever lie they want to believe never comes in lower than I expect, but it sometimes manages to come in even higher. Nowhere has that been more transparently true than in economics where everyday I read people in the financial media who must surely have IQs somewhere above a hundred but who write as if their brain were a rotten peanut inside a hollow shell. I call it economic denial, and this week provided some glaring examples around the hypersonic inflation data that came out and the sickly retail data. Read More

07.19.22- Falling From Grace
Jeff Thomas

Years ago, Doug Casey mentioned in a correspondence to me, “Empires fall from grace with alarming speed.”

Every now and then, you receive a comment that, although it may have been stated casually, has a lasting effect, as it offers uncommon insight. For me, this was one of those and it’s one that I’ve kept handy at my desk since that time, as a reminder. Read More

07.18.22- The Strangest Recession
Of Our Lifetimes

Jeffrey Tucker

The evidence of economic weakness and decline fill the headlines day by day, with major banks reporting lower earnings, big box stores with excess inventories, home sales skidding, and consumer sentiment crashing.

Meanwhile, inflation in all sectors is raging so high and hot that it has overtaken every other issue that polls say matter in the lives of average Americans. Read More

07.16.22-Don't Fall For It (EVs)
Karl Denninger

Even Fox News is in the tank for the crazy these days…

When asked about the top concerns preventing them from making the jump from gas to electric, 61% cited charging logistics, followed by 55% saying the number of miles the vehicle can go per charge and 52% saying the costs of buying and maintaining an electric-only vehicle.

The  “jump” eh?

Yeah, about that jump…. its likely to be off a pier. Read More

07.15.22- 8 Tips for Prepping in Suburbia
and the City

Daisy Luther

If you aren’t already living on your dream acreage in the country, you may need to settle in for the long haul wherever you are. I’ve written many times about the importance of “blooming where you’re planted” – heck, I even created a course about it. But with our current economic situation, you may need to get serious about prepping in the city or suburbia if that’s where you happen to be.

I’ve lived a whole lot of places – way out in the boondocks, on a little homestead, in suburbia, in Europe, in Mexico, and currently, in an apartment in a large city. In each and every one of those homes, I prepped to the best of my ability. Read More

07.14.22- Not Fully Prepared for the Imminent Recession? Start Here
Peter Reagan

The economy is nearing a point where heading into a deep recession seems inevitable. Even Bank of America experts say a “severe recession” is necessary to cool inflation.

And that cooling needs to start sooner rather than later. The Bureau of Labor Statistics released their latest update just today, we’re seeing 9.1% year-over-year inflation: Read More

07.13.22- Something That We Have Been Waiting For Just Happened, And It Is A Really Bad Sign…
Michael Snyder

There has been a lot of talk recently about “the death of the dollar”, but the truth is that the euro is in far bigger trouble.  Inflation in the eurozone has risen to truly frightening levels, and the war in Ukraine threatens to plunge the major economies of Europe into a very deep recession.  Russia holds the key, because if Russia completely cuts off the flow of natural gas to Europe it really will cause an unprecedented economic nightmare.  Even now, energy prices in Europe have already soared to absolutely insane levels, and the Russians could make things much, much worse with a single decision. Read More

07.12.22- It’s Not Working
James Howard Kunstler

…if you’re reading this personal lamentation, consider bending toward simplicity….

This summer’s weather is perfect now in the Hudson Valley: warm, sunny days for primping the garden and cool nights that invite deep sleep. Zucchini and cukes are coming on, along with currants, gooseberries, blueberries. Unseen underground, the potatoes swell. The chickens range happily over their daily smorgasbord of bugs. At midnight, fireflies blink in the orchard. On the human side, though — commerce, culture, and politics — nothing works. At least not here in America. Sigh…. Read More

07.11.22- Does the American State Deserve Collapse?
MN Gordon

“Look back over the past, with its changing empires that rose and fell, and you can foresee the future, too.”

– Marcus Aurelius

What Took So Long?

Monetary, fiscal, economic, political, and military affairs are tightly interwoven into the fabric of a nation.  The primary thread extending throughout is the state’s endless desire to dominate and centralize the supply of money. Read More

07.09.22- America Under Siege – A special report about the war to take down

Mike Adams

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07.08.22- If There Is A Nuclear War Between The U.S. And Russia, Most Americans Will Die By Starving To Death
Michael Snyder

Can you imagine what it would be like to literally starve to death?  Most Americans believe that if a nuclear war with Russia actually happens the vast majority of the U.S. population will be instantly wiped out.  But that is not what the science says.  What the studies have shown is that only about 20 percentof the U.S. population will be instantly killed during a nuclear exchange.  If you live near a military base or some other highly strategic target you will probably be among that 20 percent.  Otherwise, it is likely that you will starve to death during the horrifying “nuclear winter” that follows.Read More

07.07.22- The U.S., Just Another Inflation – Seeking Banana Republic
Matthew Piepenburg

What the U.S. in particular, and the West in general, are failing to confess is that today’s so-called “Developed Economies” are in actual fact more like yesterday’s debt-straddled Emerging Market economies, and like a real banana republic, the only option ahead for our clueless elites is inflationary (and intentionally so).

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07.06.22- Biden Moving to Close Largest Oil Field In US, Accounting for 40% of All Domestic Production

Most market participants have been surprised by the last six months. The total return of the US Treasury Index was the worst since 1788 according to Deutsche Bank.

Stocks closed June with one of the largest corrections since 2008. Bonds and equities are falling in unison, driven by rate hikes and normalization of monetary policy. Read More

07.05.22- The Founders Loved Jury Trials. Almost No One Gets One Anymore.
Billy Binion

John Adams called jury trials part of the "heart and lungs of liberty." Today, defendants are often punished for exercising that very right.

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07.04.22- Is There Hope for the US?
Jeff Thomas

For the entire lives of anyone under the age of seventy-five, the US has been at the top of the heap in almost every way. For decades, it had greater freedom, greater prosperity and higher production than any other country in the world. America was a cornucopia – the centre for innovation and trends in technology, the arts and social development. And today, many Americans, even if they complain about changes for the worse in their country, come back quickly to say, “This is still the greatest country in the world.” Or, “Everybody is still trying to come here.” Read More

07.02.22- Independence Day
James Howard Kunstler

Life for us will get simpler, for sure, but it doesn’t have to be a trip back to the eleventh century….

The Party of Chaos is draping its narrow shoulders in black crepe this Fourth of July, putting on funereal airs, which is actually just another cynical act in their remorseless performance of pretending to care about our country, as everything they touch goes to shit, blood, and ruin. Anything not that, they would like you believe, is “right-wing extremism” and “domestic terrorism.” Such as reminding your fellow citizens that there’s an upside to the rule-of-law and free speech, two niceties of the constitution the Party of Chaos is working hard to dispose of. Read More

07.01.22- A quarter of Americans open to taking up arms against government, poll says
The Guardian

Survey of 1,000 registered US voters also reveals that most Americans agree government is ‘corrupt and rigged’

More than one quarter of US residents feel so estranged from their government that they feel it might “soon be necessary to take up arms” against it, a poll released on Thursday claimed. Read More

06.30.22- Social Security to Be Drastically Cut, Here’s When
Peter Reagan

Retirement security is an important concept. Unfortunately, corporate media spin and politicians who like to meddle with retirement plans muddy the definition and obscure exactly what it means.

For example, one of the more recent attempts by lawmakers to meddle with retirement was a piece of legislation known in the media as SECURE 2.0. Read More

06.29.22- The Time of Our Time
James Howard Kunstler

Let’s face it: most people will not read Justice Alito’s carefully crafted arguments about what the constitution says or doesn’t say about abortion, or the meaning of “ordered liberty” through our history. We do not live in history. We live in the time of our time. And, until just recently, this has been a time that discarded former modes of conduct between men, women, and children as inconvenient to the presumably greater project of self-actualization. Read More

06.28.22- Concurrent deflation and hyperinflation will ravage the world
Egon von Greyerz

FLATION will be the keyword in coming years. The world will simultaneously experience 


stagFLATION and eventually  hyperinFLATION.

I have forecasted these FLATIONARY events, which will hit the world in several articles in the past. Here is a link to an article from 2016. Read More

06.27.22- The Deeply Satisfying Destruction of the Ruling Elite
Scott McKay

They’ve earned every humiliation that’s coming to them.

In February, far-left San Francisco underwent a political shock quite appropriate to a city used to the ground shifting under its feet. But the recall election in which three members of the local school board were blown out of office should be reverberating across the country as a warning of a massive earthquake to come. Read More

06.25.22- The Drumbeat Morphs
Robert M. Hamburger

In my March 18, 2021 post I suggested that we might be up to as many as four “vaccine” doses by September 2022. The FDA beat my prediction by six months, approving the fourth dose on March 25, 2022. Four doses ... because the first three did not do what was represented.

At first they (pharmaceuticals, government, media) told us that two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna products, or one of the Johnson & Johnson product, would prevent infection and stop transmission. With a mere six months of testing before administering the still experimental drug to the general population, the FDA and the mRNA injection manufacturers had no way of knowing how quickly the effectiveness would wane. Read More

06.24.22- Exile On Main Street - The Sound Of The Unipolar World Fading Away
Pepe Escobar

The future world order, already in progress, will be formed by strong sovereign states. The ship has sailed. There’s no turning back.

Let’s cut to the chase and roll in the Putin Top Ten of the New Era, announced by the Russian President live at the St. Petersburg forum  for both the Global North and South.

The era of the unipolar world is over. Read More

06.23.22- The Triumph of Death
Chris Hedges

It is hard to be sanguine about the future. The breakdown of the ecosystem is well documented. So is the refusal of the global ruling elite to pursue measures that might mitigate the devastation. We accelerate the extraction of fossil fuels, wallow in profligate consumption, including our consumption of livestock, and make new wars as if we are gripped by a Freudian death wish. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse – Conquest, War, Famine and Death – gallop into the 21st century. Read More

06.22.22- From the Eccles Building to Vegas: The Fed Enables the Worst Ponzi Schemes
Douglas French

It seems a short leap from Robinhood or Coinbase to a Ponzi scheme. “Investing is simple here,” Robinhood’s website leads. “Start building your portfolio with just $1.” Scroll down a bit on coinbase.com, and it says, “Take control of your money.” Charles Ponzi himself, called “a wizard of finance” in 1920, was “the discoverer of wealth and happiness.” Common folk cheered the dapper five-foot, two-inch Italian while lining up, desperate to hand Ponzi their savings and earn a 50 percent return in forty-five days. Read More

06.21.22- Why one of the wealthiest empires in history disintegrated in 17 years
Simon Black

On June 17, 1631, the 38-year old chief consort of Shah Jahan, head of the Mughal Empire, was giving birth to their 14th child in the central Indian city of Burhanpur.

It had been a long and extremely difficult labor– more than 30 hours in total. But the consort persisted and gave birth to a healthy baby girl. The consort herself, unfortunately, succumbed to uncontrollable postpartum bleeding, and she passed away that same day.Read More

06.20.22- Stupid is as Stupid Does
Brian Wilson

There are reasons a’plenty how and why Republicans have earned the title “Stupid Party”. Their motto is similarly appropriate: “We never pass up an opportunity to pass  up an opportunity!” With the mid-terms rapidly approaching, elected, appointed, former and wanna-be Elephants have taken to print and air to add another merit badge to their collection of Dimwittery. Read More

06.18.22- If The Streets Of America Are This Chaotic Now, What Will They Be Like When Things Really Start Hitting The Fan?
Michael Snyder

If you are not alarmed by what is happening to our largest cities, you should check to see if you still have a pulse.  Once upon a time, the beautiful new cities that our forefathers constructed were the envy of the entire planet, but now many of them have degenerated into crime-infested hellholes that are absolutely teeming with violent predators.  Shoplifting has essentially become a national pastime, open air drug markets operate freely right under the noses of indifferent authorities, and addicts pull down their pants and take a dump whenever and wherever they feel like doing so. Read More

06.17.22- The Citizenry’s Willingness to Surrender their Freedoms Risks a Potential Dissolution or Civil War
Steve McCann

Over the past two decades, far too many citizens of the United States have willingly surrendered their rights and freedoms and now they are on the cusp of being unrestorable.  This erosion and voluntary forfeiture have empowered the ruling elites/radical left.  Ominous societal conditions have been created that risk national dissolution or a civil war.

Three events in the past twenty-one years have been the primary catalysts that have accelerated and exacerbated this seemingly irreversible outcome. Read More

06.16.22- These People Never Learn
Jim Rickards

Here’s the good news: The stock market didn’t lose nearly as much today as it did yesterday. The Nasdaq even posted a 19-point gain.

Of course the Dow still lost another 151 points and the S&P lost another 14. The S&P slipped into bear market territory yesterday, which doesn’t bode well for the economy. Read More

06.15.22- If you are Leveraged,
get Unleveraged or Lose it all

Bob Moriarty

I have been predicting an instant replay of both 2008 and 1929 for months. It is clearly here. 

This is the monster crash I was calling for all of last year. I want to be 100% up front, if you are holding any leveraged position in anything, get out of it or you are going to lose everything. We are in a giant liquidity event. It is going to get far worse. Read More

06.14.22- Preparing for the Reality
of Financial Collapse

Dr. Joseph Mercola

Financial experts and insiders have, for well over a decade, warned that a collapse of the U.S. currency is a mathematical inevitability, and this collapse will have global ramifications, as the dollar is the world’s reserve currency

U.S. inflation is currently at 8.3%, but in some markets, it’s in the double digits. Used car sales, for example, have seen an inflation rate of 22.7% in the past 12 months. Globally, food prices increased by 29.8% between April 2021 and April 2022 Read More

06.13.22- The Lies of Davos, the Developing Global Food Crisis, and Mass Starvation
J. Kim

and a sneak preview of the coming next big global crisis, courtesy of the New World Order

If you reference these commodity charts of soaring inflation I produced nearly a year ago, I illustrated that year over year, in mid-2021, corn had already nearly doubled in price and wheat had soared almost 40%. This was well before any of the bankers started blaming Russia for soaring wheat and corn staples because of the Russia invasion of Ukraine at the end of February of this year. Read More

06.11.22- A Call To Arms: Teachers In Conservative States Are Volunteering
To Carry Guns

Darlene MCormick Sanchez

Crosses and flowers laid out in the public square of the grief-stricken town Uvalde, where a teen gunman killed 19 students and two teachers, are an all-too-familiar scene igniting a call to arms for teachers in Texas and beyond.

The Republican-led Texas legislature is addressing the twin issues of school safety and mass violence following the May 24 Uvalde, Texas, school shooting. Committees of lawmakers are reviewing past legislative efforts, such as the Guardian and Marshal programs that allow teachers to carry firearms in the hopes of hardening schools as targets. Read More

06.10.22- Eyes Wide Shut
Ted Butler

Paul Krugman, the economist whose work you either love or hate, had a compelling editorial this week in the NY Times, titled, “From the Big Short to the Big Scam”, in which he compared the real estate bubble of 2006 and subsequent crash to cryptocurrencies today. Because the article was behind a subscription paywall, I’ll not link it here, and my purpose today is not to agree nor disagree with Krugman’s connection of the real estate bubble/bust to crypto’s, but to bring out a most astute observation he made. Read More

06.09.22- Inflation Will Price Many Americans Into Homelessness
Brandon Smith

One of the most detrimental aspects of an inflationary or stagflationary crisis is that, in most cases, housing costs tend to rise while home sales fall.

It might seem counterintuitive; one would assume that as sales fall so should prices, but this is the upside-down world of inflation. Certain commodities and products, usually necessities, almost always skyrocket in price, ultimately driving most American families out of the market completely. Read More

06.08.22- Democrats, MSM And DOJ Drop Bombshell On Themselves And Their Last Shred Of Credibility, Proving Gargantuan Cover-Up Of 'Clinton Dead Pool' And Jeffrey Epstein Client List
Hailey Sanibel

‘Mysteriously Dead Bodies’ Keep Following ‘Hill And Bill’ Wherever They Go!

ANP: With the recent revelations that the ‘suicide‘ of former top Bill Clinton advisor, Mark Middleton, who died at the age of 59 on May 7th, was accomplished by Middleton HANGING HIMSELF in a tree before releasing a shotgun blast into his own body. Read More

06.07.22- Swamp Gas
James Howard Kunstler

Consider that, if nothing else, John Durham knows a lot more about all this business, and that might include some things that we don’t know….

On Monday, Michael Sussmann, Esq., was released like an undersized crawdad  back into the fetid waters of the DC swamp by a jury of his peers — meaning fellow DNC contributors — despite compelling evidence of his guilt. Special Counsel John Durham took the loss with stoical equanimity, leading some to suspect that he was in on yet another ritual humiliation for the out-group of Americans who might call themselves We-the-Not Insane. Read More

06.06.22- What’s Really Behind The Left's Agenda To Disarm Americans Should Alarm Us To The Core! Look At What They Are Willing To Do To Kill Children, Consider What They Are Willing To Do To Us
Mike Whitney

In a perfect world, evil would not exist and no one would ever be murdered in so abhorrent, horrific manners as we regularly witness. Life would be wonderful and rosy and everyone would love one another, but the world we have is far from perfect and people die every day, sometimes in most horrible ways that make one shudder. We cannot let our fear of death move us to make our world so safe and secure that we relinquish and abandon every last vestige of our freedom and individual liberty. Read More

06.04.22- The Value of High Costs
Michael Maharrey

Among the great pleasures of mastering the economic way of thinking is the access one gains to a stream of intriguing surprises. Without doubt, the most famous and important of these surprises is the understanding that productive economic order can arise without anyone planning such an order. In a reasonably well-functioning system of private property rights, each person’s pursuit of his or her own individually chosen goals contributes to a pattern of resource use that better enables the satisfaction of the individually chosen goals of countless strangers. Read More

06.03.22- Is “Normalcy Bias” Blinding Us to the Looming Economic Storm?
Michael Maharrey

Average people are worried about the economy.Consumer confidence has been falling. People undoubtedly feel the squeeze of inflation. But despite their general discontent, most people don’t seem to think a severe economic downturn is imminent - despite many warning signs. Read More

06.02.22- The Bright Side for Investors
Brian Maher

“A man with money meets a man with experience,” begins an old Wall Street chestnut, concluding that:

“The man with the experience leaves with the money, while the man with money leaves with experience.”

We hazard that many moneyed men — flush with stock market winnings and faith in the Federal Reserve’s backstopping — have met experienced men recently. Read More

06.01.22- If We Are to Survive We Must Learn to Ask the Right Questions
Paul Craig Roberts

Reading Ngaio Marsh’s Scales of Justice I realized that the word, “impertinence” has gone out of use.  Indeed, what was once an outrage is now so common that no one recognizes it as impertinence.

Impertinence has become accepted routine behavior and is no longer recognized when it occurs. Read More

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