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Nearly 51 Million Households In The United States ‘Can’t Afford Basics Like Rent And Food’

Facebook Twitter Reddit Email If the U.S. economy is performing well, then why can’t 51 million households in the United States “afford basics like rent and food”.  A stunning new report that was just put out by the United Way ALICE Project shows that the gap between the wealthy and the poor in this country […]

The War on Cash: Crucial Step Toward Totalitarianism

We have been witnessing the “marginalization” of cash purchases over the years: the “shrinking” of what is allowed…permissible…to be purchased with cash. This is deliberate on the parts of corporations and their oligarch-directors, banks, and governments. All three of these are in league with one another…with the solemn “blessings” of the religious puppet-masters, regardless of […]

The World is a Mess: A Quick Primer for Beginner Preppers

This article was originally published by Tess Pennington at ReadyNutrition.com Tess is the author of The Prepper’s Blueprint: A Step-By-Step Guide To Prepare For Any Disaster For seven years, my family and I have been preparing ourselves for a long-term economic depression to occur. I have watched events unfold that affected our food supply and our transportation. […]

The Middle Class Sure Isn’t What It Used to Be

This report was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper If you’ve noticed that it takes a lot more money to live the middle-class American Dream than it used to, you aren’t alone. Buying a house, saving for retirement, and putting your kids through college while living comfortably is a whole lot harder […]

The End Of Our Empire Approaches

This article was originally published by Chris Martenson at PeakProsperity.com Do you have the nagging sense that our empire is in decline? If so, don’t be embarrassed by it. Historically speaking, we’re in very good company. Far larger and longer-lived empires than ours have come and gone over the millennia. This was hit home for me […]

Peter Schiff: ‘The Fed Is Like Mr. Magoo! We Are Headed For A Massive Financial Crisis’

Peter Schiff has been saying that even though the stock market is on a slow downward slide, the biggest problem is actually in the bond market. Last week, Schiff warned us to be wary of the calm before the storm, and this week, he said most, including the Federal Reserve, are oblivious to the upcoming […]

BACKLASH: NRA’s Political Fund Donations SPIKE In Wake Of Parkland Shooting

It probably wasn’t the shooting at a Florida high school itself that caused donations to the NRA to triple since Valentine’s Day. But it was more likely than not the wave of anti-gun illogical and emotionally charged outbursts demanding those who are innocent of the shooting give up their rights that did it. Supporters of […]

Al Gore: The ‘Climate Crisis’ Is So Bad, It’s Creating ‘Flying Rivers’ And ‘Rain Bombs’

Former vice president Al Gore has gotten even stranger with his new terminology about “climate change.”  While speaking in Dubai Sunday, Gore told delegates that “the “climate crisis” has gotten so bad that it is creating “flying rivers” that eventually result in “rain bombs” dropping on unsuspecting populations. While that might sound like a dystopian […]

Dialing For Dollars: Members Of Congress Are Instructed To Spend 4 Hours A Day On The Telephone Raising Money

When I made the decision to run for Congress, I figured that I better learn how members of the House of Representatives actually spend their time, and what I learned chilled me to the core.  It turns out that both parties instruct their members to spend approximately four hours a day on the telephone raising […]

Daniel Nevins: Economics for Independent Thinkers

This report was originally published by Adam Taggart at PeakProsperity.com Economists are supposed to monitor and analyze the economy, warn us if risks are getting out of hand, and advise us on how to make things runs more effectively — right? Well, even though that’s what most people expect from economists, it’s not at all […]