Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Advantage America – Transformational Changes Ahead (Part 2) Interviews With Joel Kurtzman and Jeffrey Saut
In a special Big Picture two-part series, “Advantage America – Transformational Changes Ahead”, Jim revisits interviews with prominent guests that have a surprisingly optimistic outlook for America in the decades ahead, particularly in comparison [...]
paulcraigroberts.org / By Paul Craig Roberts / August 27, 2014
Every public institution in the United States and most private ones are corrupt.
To tell this story would be a multi-book task. Lawrence Stratton and I have written one small volume of the story. Our book, The Tyranny of Good Intentions, now with two editions [...]
paulcraigroberts.org / by Roman Baudzus / August 25, 2014
Dear Friends: I am pleased to be able to share with you this revealing article written for our website by the editor of an important website in Germany.
Washington’s lies echoed by the presstitute media that serves Washington are destroying Washington’s [...]
thecommonsenseshow.com / Dave Hodges / August 23, 2014
As ISIS is rampaging across Iraq and Syria, Ebola is on the loose and the flames of civil discontent are spreading across the United States, the country stands at a crossroads. There are many in the media who believe that America sits on the precipice [...]
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Advantage America – Transformational Changes Ahead (Part 1) Interviews with Dr. Gary Shilling, David Rosenberg and Tom O’Halloran
In a special Big Picture two-part series, Advantage America, Jim revisits interviews with prominent guests that have a surprisingly optimistic outlook for America in the decades ahead, particularly in comparison to [...]
paulcraigroberts.org / by John W. Whitehead, Rutherford Institute / August 22, 2014
“If you don’t want to get shot, tased, pepper-sprayed, struck with a baton or thrown to the ground, just do what I tell you. Don’t argue with me, don’t call me names, don’t tell me that I can’t stop you, don’t [...]
thecommonsenseshow.com / by Dave Hodges / August 14, 2014
Grabbing the national headlines at the moment is the story of the murder of 18 year old and unarmed Michael Brown by an unidentified member of the Ferguson Police. Local citizens have accused the police of ongoing racial profiling and extreme police brutality.
dollarvigilante.com / Wendy McElroy / August 11th, 2014
Throughout the centuries there were men who took first steps down new roads armed with nothing but their own vision. Their goals differed, but they all had this in common: that the step was first, the road new, the vision unborrowed, and the [...]
mybudget360.com / by mybudget360 / August 7, 2014
Wealth matters. Saving and investing are the cornerstone to having a long-term successful future. Yet for most Americans, the ability to gather and save wealth is slipping through their fingers like sand through an hourglass. A new study finds that the top one percent actually [...]
wolfstreet.com / Wolf Richter / August 2, 2014
Tech companies – along with the rest of corporate America – have been on a white-hot acquisition binge, swallowing anything that isn’t nailed down, from startups with a few employees to large corporations, even startups buying each other. For them, money is growing on trees, [...]
silverbearcafe.com / Paul B. Farrell / August 1, 2014
Horror master Stephen King’s “Under the Dome” is a vision of America’s future. Trapped in a massive bubble world warning us to wake up. Get into action. Forget today’s market gurus predicting 40% stock crashes. King’s “Dome” sees how our 21st century America [...]
This congressman has tried to warn the nation about the coming threat.
thecommonsenseshow.com / by Dave Hodges / July 31, 2014
The threat posed by a nuclear meltdown are catastrophic. What if the United States was facing 124 nuclear meltdowns, similar in scope to the meltdown at Fukushima, all at the same [...]
thecommonsenseshow.com / Dave Hodges / July 27, 2014
The Spartan King Leonidas hand-selected a force of 300 of the most courageous warriors in Sparta to defend the pass at Thermopylae. It was an impossible task, but the self-sacrificing action bought time for Sparta to mount a successful defense. As far as the 300, [...]
ronpaulinstitute.org / james bovard / wednesday july 23, 2014
Ten years ago, the 9/11 Commission released its report on the challenges to the nation. Tom Kean and Lee Hamilton, the chairman and vice chairman of the commission, have a platitude-laden piece this morning in USA Today: “The ‘generational challenge’ against terrorism we anticipated 10 years [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/16/2014 08:00 -0400
If last quarter Bank of America was forced to report a stunning loss, its first in years, as a result of a $6 billion “one-time, non-recurring” litigation charge which clearly was added back to non-GAAP earnings because it could not possibly become a part of ongoing [...]
dailyreckoning.com / Bill Bonner / Jul 11, 2014
Our attention today is on neither the Old World nor the New one — but the ever-changing, never-fully-explored idea of America.
“Proud to be an American” says one bumper sticker. “One nation — indivisible,” says another. America was, of course, founded on the [...]
naturalnews.com / J. D. Heyes / Friday, July 04, 2014
(NaturalNews) Not long ago, a steadfast and determined group of British subjects banded together to form a political movement whose aim was to throw off the shackles of authoritarianism and form a nation built on divinely inspired and sanctioned principles of personal liberty and freedom. [...]
tfmetalsreport.com / stephanie / Friday, July 4, 2014 at 2:33 am
Happy 4th of July! Please do not take this post too seriously! It is not about metals, or necessarily anything of importance! It is simply meant to provide a diversion for the holiday weekend. Enjoy! Or don’t!
dollarvigilante.com / Joe Johnson / July 3rd, 2014
One of the great freedoms in any society is the ability to carry out personal, and even anonymous, transactions with cash. You walk into a store or up to a merchant, buy something and walk away. You’re walking down the street, stop at a garage [...]