Venezuela purges out the banksters

May 8, 2018 by Edward Morgan We need a politician who will take those money changers and kick them out of the temple. by Jonas E. Alexis Venezuelan authorities have recently grabbed “11 high-ranking bankers from the country’s biggest private financial institution… in an effort to stamp out illegal banking practices.”[1] Venezuelan Attorney General Tarek William Saab … Читать далееVenezuela purges out the banksters

New Study: US Economy Actually About to Sink

May 2, 2018 by Edward Morgan Risking WWIII, catastrophic economic prospects push the desperate US regime in a crazed hurry to attempt the establishment of an absolute world hegemony. The US economy is about to go belly-up within 5 to 10 years threatening to take the empire down with it. At the same time China … Читать далееNew Study: US Economy Actually About to Sink

There Is No Escaping History: Fiat Currency Eventually Fails

April 29, 2018 by Edward Morgan Paper currency has led to the collapse of almost every economy that has tried to institute a fiat currency to trade for goods and services.It’s not looking very well for the once mighty dollar, either. Throughout history, attempts at using fiat currency, even today, has failed. When the government prints fiat … Читать далееThere Is No Escaping History: Fiat Currency Eventually Fails

Why Silver & Gold Are Not Presently $728.00/Ounce & $5,996.00/Ounce Respectively: The Economy Is One Big Scam

April 18, 2018 by Edward Morgan You could wrap $1 bills around the Earth 79,922 times with the debt amount! If you lay $1 bills on top of each other they would make a pile 2,242,204 km, or 1,393,241 miles high! That’s equivalent to 5.83 trips to the Moon! Gold/Silver And The Dollar Devaluation? US Bond Market Real Time Bubble By Corporate … Читать далееWhy Silver & Gold Are Not Presently $728.00/Ounce & $5,996.00/Ounce Respectively: The Economy Is One Big Scam

Astronomical’ Cost of War: Average US Taxpayer Sent $3,456 to Pentagon Last Year and Just $39 to the EPA

April 17, 2018 by Edward Morgan “Congress appropriates more for U.S. military spending than the next eight countries combined, but year after year refuses to adequately invest in access to quality education and healthcare for millions of Americans.” “A 10 percent cut in spending on military contractors would provide enough money to hire 395,000 elementary … Читать далееAstronomical’ Cost of War: Average US Taxpayer Sent $3,456 to Pentagon Last Year and Just $39 to the EPA

SOCIETY & CULTURE Goldman Sachs Analyst: Curing Patients Not a Sustainable Medical Business Model

April 14, 2018 by Edward Morgan One of the most reviled companies in the United States recently gave Americans yet another reason to distrust their power: A recent Goldman Sachs report reveals the company questioning whether or not curing chronic illness is compatible with a sustainable business model. In an internal report viewed by CNBC about the potential of … Читать далееSOCIETY & CULTURE Goldman Sachs Analyst: Curing Patients Not a Sustainable Medical Business Model

Sustainable living without breaking the bank: How to do it

April 13, 2018 by Edward Morgan Saving some green and going green don’t have to be mutually exclusive Sustainable living starts with how you live in your home, the food you put in your body, and the clothes you wear on your back. And the end result is often a healthier life while minimizing your … Читать далееSustainable living without breaking the bank: How to do it

2018-2028: The Most Dangerous Decade

April 5, 2018 by Edward Morgan By Chris Kanthan Every 80 years, nations often experience colossal events. There are different theories about this cycle – for example, the Fourth Turning theory focuses on the cyclical strengths of institutions versus individuals. Others surmise that four generations after a major crisis, there are no more older people to warn the … Читать далее2018-2028: The Most Dangerous Decade

Gold and Silver Possession Is a Constitutional Right – and a Practical Imperative

March 25, 2018 by Edward Morgan Gold and silver especially, have served in the role of honest money for at least five millennia. With a melting point 700 degrees higher than gold, the Spaniards weren’t able to determine how to utilize platinum, but they still considered it to be valuable, calling it platina – “little … Читать далееGold and Silver Possession Is a Constitutional Right – and a Practical Imperative