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SHTFplan: What The Trade War Means For Regular Americans

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. What does the trade war mean for the average everyday working American?  It means higher prices on goods, lost jobs, and economic downturns if the tariffs continue. President Donald Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs are particularly concerning for the public. They are bad news for the much bigger […]

Amazon’s Web Services Can Now Host The Government’s Most Sensitive Data

Just recently, the Defense Department granted the cloud computing giant, Amazon,  a provisional authorization to host Impact Level 5 workloads, which are the military and the Pentagon’s most sensitive, unclassified information. Amazon’s web services can now host some of the government’s most fascinating (to the public) and sensitive information. “This further bolsters AWS (Amazon Web […]

SHTFplan: “It Is a Pathology That Characterizes America’s Upper Middle-Class”: Entitled and Doomed

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was written by Charles Hugh Smith and originally published at his Of Two Minds blog. Editor’s Comment: This goes beyond the wealth gap and the 1%. If this is how clueless, and ultimately helpless, the well-off can be, it suggests that the rest of us […]

Bankers Reap Forfeited Souls As Millions Turn to Prostitution: “Viagra Costs 4x The Cost of P***y”

When opportunity has evaporated, and people are vanquished with no hope of better employment, it is simply inevitable that many will turn to selling themselves rather than starve, or worse. At one level, it pure economics. The Greek people have been squeezed. Their economy has been sold at auction, and everything is breaking down. In […]

How America Makes Up For The Lack Of Manufacturing

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / By Tyler Durden / February 26, 2013, 19:12 …by charging insane amounts for services, such as these… Source: Bloomberg BusinessWeek Zero Hedge Thanks to BrotherJohnF