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Earth’s Economy Glorifies Waste, Exploitation, Debt, Expediency, & Magical Thinking

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, Humanity appears to default to magical thinking when faced with untenable situations that demand systemic change. How would extraterrestrial anthropologists characterize Earth's dominant socio-economic system? It's not difficult to imagine their dismaying report: "Earth's economy glorifies waste. Its economists rejoice when a product is disposed as waste […]

Joseph Tainter: The Collapse Of Complex Societies

Authord by Adam Taggart via, By popular demand, we welcome Joseph Tainter, USU professor and author of The Collapse Of Complex Societies (free book download here). Dr. Tainter sees many of the same unsustainable risks the audience focuses on — an overleveraged economy, declining net energy per capita, and depleting key resources. He argues that […]

Oregon Rain Man Forced to Destroy Pond: Americans “Not Entitled To Private Property Water Rights”

This article was written by Anonymous and originally published at AnonHQ. Editor’s Comment: The continued assault against independence and self-sustainability is absolutely eradicating freedom. 2017 would do well to see a resurgence of off grid living and a fight back against the regulatory systems that would restrict how people can live on their own land, […]

Government Destroys Couple’s Rights Over Rainwater: “If You’re Honest, They Take Everything Away”

This article was written by Claire Bernish and originally published at The Free Thought Project. Editor’s Comment: With each passing year, there are more and more challenges to personal property and individual sovereignty. Despite the resilience it lends to our national security, the government has proven again and again that it wishes to clamp down […]

How Much Bad Debt Can China Absorb? / by Tyler Durden on 04/05/2014 20:22 Submitted by Sara Hsu via The Diplomat, China is coming under close scrutiny these days, as the leadership scurries to find new sources of economic growth and control its debt. Some analysts have reassured China watchers that the Chinese government can simply write off its bad debt, at least within the major banks, […]

Sustainability, Smart Growth, & Other Nightmares / By Richard Rothschild on Jan 19, 2014 There are only two jobs in America where you can “get-it-wrong” on a regular basis and still keep your job: weathermen and government. Lyndon Johnson instituted Great Society welfare programs to eradicate poverty. Fifty years and $50 trillion later, we have more people on welfare than ever. Why? Because […]

Ross Beaty: We’ll See Price & Supply Shocks In Metals This Year; Here Are The Reasons Why / By Tekoa Da Silva / January 31, 2013 I had the great opportunity yesterday to connect with legendary resource developer & financier, Ross Beaty, founder and chairman of the $2.7B Pan American Silver Corp., and executive chairman of Alterra Power Corp. Throughout his 37 year career, Ross has generated an astounding sum of over $4B worth of shareholder wealth. […]