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  • Obama’s Excuses Are Starting to Wear Thin

    From the YAL Twitter comes a link to this article, which notes that roughly ten months after taking office, the Obama administration still regularly resorts to blaming its predecessor for the country’s economic woes. This sort of blame shifting is hardly surprising in politics in general, let alone the modern politics of blatant irresponsibility (AHEM …

  • Surprise! The Government Lied to Us.

    According to an independent watchdog group, Bernake and Paulson “misled” the public about the financial weakness of Bank of America and other early recipients of the governments $700 billion bailout. Of course none of this takes into an account the billions of dollars secretly loaned out by the Fed. But it is good to know …

  • Economic riots, police ready for civil unrest, warn IMF

    According to the U.S. Army War College’s Strategic Institute, U.S. Soldiers may be needed to stop banks runs and to quell dissent. “Widespread civil violence inside the United States would force the defense establishment to reorient priorities in extremis to defend basic domestic order and human security,” the War College study states. The troubling actions …

  • Economic Armageddon…Part One

    “Who controls money controls the World”-Henry Kissinger, CFR speech The Federal Reserve cartel and the current U.S. Treasury Secretary (a member of the neoconservative Bush cartel) appear to have everything they’ve yearned for. They have unlimited power, broad support and influence, a rabid following more evocative of a psychotic mind warping elitist money sucking cult, …

  • Bail Out Fever vs. Ron Paul and Peter Schiff

    With the repetitive misleading actions of the Bernanke and Paulson tag team of bailout madness, those few who do understand proper economics can sift through the milieu of calculated deception and discover the seditious acts and clues that authenticate the grim reality of the economy by separating concrete evidence from conjecture. By having the ability …