What’s In Store For Our Freedoms In 2016? More Of Everything We Don’t Want

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”—George Santayana, The Life of Reason, Vol. 1 In Harold Ramis’ classic 1993 comedy Groundhog Day, TV weatherman Phil Connors (played by Bill Murray) is forced to live the same day over and over again until he not only gains some insight into his life but changes his priorities. Similarly, as I illustrate in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, we in the emerging American police state find ourselves reliving the same set of circumstances over and over again—egregious surveillance, strip searches, police shootings of unarmed citizens, government spying, … Continue reading What’s In Store For Our Freedoms In 2016? More Of Everything We Don’t Want

THE NUMBERS ARE IN: CHINA DUMPS A RECORD $94 BILLION IN US TREASURYS IN ONE MONTH

Goldman argues “real” figure might have been closer to $115 billion Shortly after the PBoC’s move to devalue the yuan, we noted with some alarm that it looked as though China may have drawn down its reserves by more than $100 billion … Continue reading THE NUMBERS ARE IN: CHINA DUMPS A RECORD $94 BILLION IN US TREASURYS IN ONE MONTH

NO MATTER WHO WINS THE WHITE HOUSE, THE NEW BOSS WILL BE THE SAME AS THE OLD BOSS

Each American will have to decide for themselves whether they prefer dangerous freedom to peaceful slavery The American people remain eager to be persuaded that a new president in the White House can solve the problems that plague us. Yet … Continue reading NO MATTER WHO WINS THE WHITE HOUSE, THE NEW BOSS WILL BE THE SAME AS THE OLD BOSS

WHY PRINTING MONEY WILL END BADLY FOR THE US

You are witness to possibly the greatest economic slight of hand ever perpetuated on a people Image Credits: 401(K) 2012 via Flickr You may have heard the news, the European Central Bank have started up the printing press. They are soon to print upwards of €60 Billion a month. The crowds of economic pundits have collectively cheered. Europe stands to enjoy significant near term benefits, but at what cost? They speak of lower government borrowing costs for new debt, by lowering funding costs and thus the hurdle that projects must meet to become viable. They believe our exchange rate will fall … Continue reading WHY PRINTING MONEY WILL END BADLY FOR THE US