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Elite Bunker Down in “Secure, Safe Rooms Hidden in Plain Sight”… And You Can, Too

It is an age of vast inequality, and those who stand out, or stand above, are finding places to lay low. With any number of riots, protests and grumblings on the ground level, elites, VIPs, military commandos and foreign dignitaries are preparing to hunker down. With vitriol and scrutiny directed at Wall Street bankers, corrupt […]

Even the 3rd Amendment is Dead: Police “Forcibly Occupied Home to Gain Tactical Advantage Against Suspect”

The extent of the police state is already vast and creeping ever closer to where you live. Across the nation, increasingly militarized police have employed not only SWAT teams, but tank-like vehicles, weapons of war and ever-more sophisticated technologies for surveillance and tracking. The game has changed significantly. Now, there is growing concern about the […]

RENTERS R US / By Jim Quinn / 30th March 2015 About that housing recovery. The U.S. population has grown by 8% since 2005, while the number of households has grown by 5%. In addition to the weak overall household growth, due to stagnant wages, massive student loan debt, and only Obama shit service jobs, there have been […]

What Home Sellers Know That Economists Don’t / by Jeffrey P. Snider • March 24, 2015 There really isn’t much to say about the housing market in the US right now except that economists clearly don’t know what to do with it. Having signed up wholeheartedly for the “booming” economy, or at least the narrative thereof, flagging sales in both new homes and resales […]

Demolition Derby: Despite Rising Home Prices, Negative Equity Rate Flattens / by Anthony B. Sanders, Courtesy of Confounded Interest / March 20, 2015 The US housing bubble began to burst in Q4 2007 and leveled-out starting in 2009 (and started rising again in 2012). However, mortgage debt outstanding started to fall in  April 2006 and is close to growing again. It is as if the United States participated […]

The Great Middle Class Extinction: “95% of New Homes Built for Rich or Poor” / Mac Slavo / March 9th, 2015 It was the best of times, it was the worst of times all over again. “Since 2000, 95 percent of new households in King County have been either rich or poor. A mere 5 percent could be considered middle income.” That is a statistic reportedly true of Seattle – […]

SHTFplan: New Housing Bubble: Prices Up, Ownership Down, Wall Street a Mega-Landlord: “America is Becoming a Nation of Renters”

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. Want to own your own home, but stuck, temporarily, renting until you can? You aren’t alone. Wolf Richter outlined a pretty eery scenario. The 2008 financial Armageddon was in larger part a result of the housing bubble bursting. Thanks to the subprime mortgage scandal, millions of homeowners […]

The 10 Most Expensive Homes In The World

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / by Tyler Durden on 11/06/2014 20:44 There’s an odd-looking building in South Mumbai in India that looks like it’s under construction, only that it’s finished and furnished. And by how much. Called the Antilia, after mythical island in […]

43 Million People Kicked Out of Their Homes

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / by DavidSwanson / September 16, 2014  War, our leaders tell us, is needed to make the world a better place. Well, maybe not so much for the 43 million people who’ve been driven out of their homes and remain in a […]

Auto Loans: Once a Boon for America, Now Malignant

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / Fabius Maximus / August 7, 2014 Editor, Fabius Maximus, a multi-author website with a focus on geopolitics. This article originally appeared here. One of the many oddities of this cycle is that many things that were good during the post-WW2 era […]