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Medicare For All? Shock Poll Discovers That 70 Percent Of Americans Want Single-Payer Healthcare To Happen

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Should the U.S. government provide medical care for everybody?  A shocking new poll that was just released found that 70 percent of all Americans actually want this to happen.  Of course if they also asked […]

$28,166: What It Costs To Provide Health Care For An American Family Of Four For One Year

This report was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse One of the primary reasons why the middle class in America is disappearing so rapidly is because of skyrocketing health care costs. Families all over the country are being absolutely crushed by extremely high health insurance premiums, ridiculously high deductibles and very large out-of-pocket expenses […]

Hurricane Maria Death Toll 70 TIMES MORE Than We Were Told

This report was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper The official death toll in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria is only 64 people. With the devastation wrought last September by the powerful storm, many people questioned the veracity of that number. And it looks like they may have had good cause. A new […]

EMP Commission Warns Of Year-Long Blackout And A Massive Death Toll

A federal EMP commission report warns that even the smallest EMP attack on our grid system would down it for about a year, if not longer.  A year-long blackout would certainly be coupled with a massive death toll that would devastate entire populations. The so-called EMP Commission report said that this threat is very real, […]

Selco: The Shocking Reality of SHTF Medicine and How to Prep for When the Medical System is GONE

This article was originally published by Selco at The Organic Prepper Editor’s Note: Something difficult to plan for – or even wrap your brain around – is a world in which medical care is not available. Even though it’s outrageously expensive here in the United States, we can still access care. We may be in […]

“People Are Going To Start Dying” – Puerto Rico’s Battered Hospitals On Verge Of Failure

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge.com A week after then-category 4 Hurricane Maria made landfall in densely populated eastern Puerto Rico, electricity remains offline across most of the island, while supplies of staples like gas, food and water are dwindling. Shelters on the island are reportedly running low on food, and the government managers […]

CPI Flat: Hooray, Housing and Medical Prices Jump

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / August 16, 2016 When people start cheering rising medical and rent prices as welcome “progress”, you know they belong back in the 5th grade along with economist Paul Krugman. Today, some unknown Econoday writer cited such “progress” in regards to today’s reported CPI numbers even though month-to-month the CPI came in […]

A Good Start

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. market-ticker.org / by Karl Denninger / 2016-02-04 This isn’t really a remedy, but it is is a good start and it’s a path available to everyone right here and now should you find yourself in a situation where you have medical care that is […]

Brace Yourself: Our Latest Look at Student Debt

financialsense.com / DOUG SHORT / 09/23/2015 College Tuition and Fees constitute one of the biggest threats to our economic outlook. Here is a chart of data from the relevant Consumer Price Index sub-component reaching back to 1978, the earliest year Uncle Sam provides a breakout for College Tuition and Fees. As an interesting sidebar, we’ve thrown in the […]

Afghanistan: $1 Trillion, or $1.7 Trillion, Not Counting Medical Care

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. teapartyeconomist.com / Geoff Dyer and Chloe Sorvino / December 15, 2014 The Afghanistan war, the longest overseas conflict in American history, has cost the US taxpayer nearly $1tn and will require spending several hundred billion dollars more after it officially ends this […]