jonrappoport.wordpress.com / By Jon Rappoport / June 9, 2013
The great obsession of the 20th century was organization, and it continues.
Form a goal, put people together, and give them separate tasks that add up to forwarding the goal. Yes, it’s a strategy as old as the hills, but in the last [...]
theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael / May 16th, 2013
The middle class American worker is in danger of becoming an endangered species. The politicians are not telling you the truth, and the mainstream media is certainly not telling you the truth, but the reality is that there is nothing but bad news on the horizon [...]
investmentcontrarians.com / By Sasha Cekerevac / April 26, 2013
One of the biggest dangers when it comes to long-term investing is trying to determine the potential hazards on the horizon. Currently, market sentiment has become extremely positive in the market, driven by strong corporations with lean organizations and plenty of cash.
However, to be [...]
szandorblestman.com / By Szandor Blestman / April 19, 2013
I don’t like to label people. I don’t like to speak in generalities. Unfortunately we live in a society where labels and generalities have become quite acceptable, particularly when talking in terms of politics and political beliefs. It is, in my opinion, because of this, [...]
jonrappoport.wordpress.com / By Jon Rappoport / April 8, 2013
Of the many definitions of collectivism, this simple one is my favorite: “The practice or principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it.”
When I was starting out as a reporter 30 years ago, one of my first editors sat [...]
freedomoutpost.com / By Tim Brown / April 6, 2013
“Boomtown 1: Washington, The Imperial City” exposed the cronyism and luxurious lifestyle of Washington, DC’s power elite. On Friday “Boomtown 2: The Business of Food Stamps” Government Accountability Institute (GAI) President Peter Schweizer and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon exposed how politicians and [...]
jonrappoport.wordpress.com / By Jon Rappoport / March 27, 2013
Collectivists have a favorite target. Big bad corporations. This is a complete scam. Why did Goldman Sachs turn out to be the biggest funder of Obama’s 2008 election bid? Why weren’t the corporate banksters who demanded and received those enormous bailouts, under both Bush and [...]
rt.com / March 07, 2013 00:13
Neil Barofsky, who was the special investigator general of the US government’s Troubled Asset Relief Program until his resignation in 2011, spoke to RT about how the Washington-Wall Street political culture could lead to another devastating collapse.
RT: You refer to Washington as “an alien world – a culture [...]
wealthcycles.com / By The WealthCycles Staff / February 11, 2013
Zombies are the monster du jour in America right now, their popularity reflected in everything from movies and TV series to Homeland Security training exercises. Even major stars such as Brad Pitt are being featured in zombie-themed movies. Even programming on Montana [...]
marketoracle.co.uk / By Andy Sutton / Feb 09, 2013 – 01:58 PM GMT
With Graham Mehl… In the most recent copy of the St. Louis Fed’s ‘Regional Economist’, two of its researchers query the status of corporate cash. Specifically, they’re interested in why companies are hoarding so much of it. Normally, such [...]
armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / January 30, 2013
If anyone thinks that the Fed does not know in advance what is happening with the numbers, well you must be from another planet. Just hours after the Commerce Department reported that there was the first decline in quarterly GDP in 3-1/2 years, the Federal Reserve [...]
lewrockwell.com / By John W. Whitehead / January 29, 2013
“The shaping of the will of Congress and the choosing of the American president has become a privilege reserved to the country’s equestrian classes, a.k.a. the 20% of the population that holds 93% of the wealth, the happy few who run the [...]
testosteronepit.com / By Wolf Richter / January 25, 2013, 5:10PM
Hasbro, the second largest toymaker in the US behind Mattel, confessed that it would miss fourth-quarter revenue estimates. Christmas wasn’t kind. Despite “double digit growth in our emerging markets business,” as CEO Brian Goldner said, revenues fell by 2% for [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / November 19, 2012, 14:56
Corporate profits have been boosted unusually in recent years by fiscal support to the economy, the very heart of the risk posed by ‘the cliff.’ The national savings rate fell while private savings rebounded during the recession and ‘recovery’ to date.
thedailysheeple.com / By Dan & Sheila Surviving Survivalism / November 16th, 2012
As of Nov. 15th, 2012, all 50 states had petitions in place to secede from the “Union”. Some of the alternative news media have jumped on the wagon, vying for first place to lead the charge.
Fighting the system to [...]
naturalnews.com / by Mike Adams / September 24, 2012
(NaturalNews) Zyklon B is a very effective chemical for killing humans. The trick is getting the victims to inhale it. Since most people won’t voluntarily inhale Zyklon B gas, you have to use some means of force to march them into chambers where [...]
brucekrasting.com / by Bruce Krastinng / September 19, 2012
A tax lawyer I know sent me a link to an article about a tax ruling. I’m thinking “Boring”, who cares about that? Then I read the article. A few lines jumped out:
Commodity prices could come under severe pressure if the U.S. Internal [...]
jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / August 19, 2012
“The transnational corporations and the money markets have declared the era of human-designed regulations over. Now the market must reign. Because few people in the business community are paid to think about phrases such as ‘western civilization,’ they don’t seem to realize that they are proposing the arbitrary denial of [...]
azizonomics.com / by John Aziz / August 13, 2011
I have always found something inherently creepy about Mitt Romney — indeed, in a choice between Obama and Romney with a gun to my head, the gun looks like an increasingly attractive proposition. Most puzzling is his defence of corporate personhood:
Corporations are people, my [...]
alt-market.com / by Susanne Posel / Saturday, 14 July 2012 01:14
This article was written by Susanne Posel and originally published at Occupy Corporatism
Your wireless company is tracking you with GPS, recording your phone calls and text messages . . . and they are selling the information they collect to other corporations, nations, [...]
theeconomiccollapseblog.com / May 10, 2012
Are we digging our own graves with our teeth? Is the food that we eat every day slowly killing us? When I was growing up, I just assumed that everything in the grocery store was perfectly safe and perfectly healthy. I just assumed that the government and the big [...]
from Lew Rockwell.com by Fred Reed Tuesday, March 28, 2012
Several things characterize countries of the Third Word, whatever precisely “Third World” means.
The first is corruption. America is rotten with it, but American corruption is distinct from corruption in, say, Guatemala or Thailand, being less visible and better organized.
Several major differences exist [...]