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    • 10 things YOU can do to STOP Obama - 04 Feb 2014
      posted in Alerts

      American Conservative, Barack Obama and his Big Government allies hate it when you take action. They hate your faxes. They hate your letters. They hate your phone calls. They absolutely despise any and every conservative effort aimed at stopping their progressive agenda. Make no mistake, Obama and his cronies know that liberty-loving, constitutional conservatives are […]

    • Who Will Win the War Against Income Inequality? - 20 Jan 2014
      posted in Columns

      We will still call it the United States of America.  We will still tell ourselves we are free, prosperous, and powerful however we may all be whistling in the wind. From each according to their ability to each according to their need was the hollow promise of the Soviet Union.  It was long known to […]

    • Inflation: The Economics of Addiction - 16 Jan 2014
      posted in Columns & Economy & Inflation

      Remnant Review Inflation: of all the dangers to the free market economy, historically and theoretically, the greatest is this one, yet it is one of those subjects that remain wrapped in mystery for the average citizen. This elusive concept must be understood if we are to return to the free market, for without a thorough […]

    • The FED’s New Normal: $900 Billion a Year . . . Indefinitely - 19 Dec 2013
      posted in Big Gov & Columns & Property

      The Federal Reserve will continue to expand the monetary base by $900 billion a year. This is down from $1 trillion a year, or a reduction of 12%. The announcement triggered an increase in the Dow Jones Industrial Average of 293 points. The FOMC released a statement, as it always does. This statement removed all threat […]

    • Dollar Imperium Intrigues - 16 Dec 2013
      posted in Big Gov & Columns & Economy & Globalism

      A while back the folks at The Dollar Vigilante came up with a theory regarding the crisis in the Eurozone. They wrote: The US Government has created a cartel of rating agencies. It officially recognizes S&P, along with Moody’s and Fitch, as Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organizations (NRSRO’s) and, moreover, requires financial institutions to constrain the riskiness […]

    • Nazi Counterfeiters and the Fed - 13 Dec 2013
      posted in Big Finance & Big Gov & Columns & The Constitution & Tyranny

      During the Second Word War, Germany devised a secret plan to undermine the British economy by flooding the country with counterfeit Bank of England notes. Codenamed Operation Bernhard, in recognition of its mastermind, SS Major Bernhard Krüger, the plan involved a team of 142 counterfeiters, drawn primarily from the inmate populations at Sachsenhausan and Auschwitz […]

    • China Announces That It Is Going To Stop Stockpiling U.S. Dollars - 27 Nov 2013
      posted in Columns & Economy & Money & The Economic Collapse

      China just dropped an absolute bombshell, but it was almost entirely ignored by the mainstream media in the United States.  The central bank of China has decided that it is “no longer in China’s favor to accumulate foreign-exchange reserves”.  During the third quarter of 2013, China’s foreign-exchange reserves were valued at approximately $3.66 trillion.  And of […]

    • Ron Paul: Harry Reid’s ‘Radical’ Rule Changes Guarantees Yellen Confirmation - 25 Nov 2013
      posted in Civil Liberties & Featured Videos & Senate & Videos

      Former U.S. Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul talks to David Asman of Fox Business regarding Harry Reid’s removal of the Senate filibuster for all presidential nominations except those to the Supreme Court. Paul says Reid’s rule change secures Dr. Janet Yellen’s confirmation to the Federal Reserve. Tell Congress: Audit the Federal Reserve! Sign the […]

    • Federal Reserve Steals From the Poor and Gives to the Rich - 22 Nov 2013
      posted in Big Gov & Civil Liberties & Columns & Economy & Featured Videos & Property

      Last Thursday the Senate Banking Committee held hearings on Janet Yellen’s nomination as Federal Reserve Board Chairman. As expected, Ms. Yellen indicated that she would continue the Fed’s “quantitative easing” (QE) polices, despite QE’s failure to improve the economy. Coincidentally, two days before the Yellen hearings, Andrew Huszar, an ex-Fed official, publicly apologized to the […]

    • Measuring Misery: The Dollar & New FED Chair Janet Yellen - 21 Nov 2013
      posted in Columns & Featured Videos & Videos

      Did you realize that if you have a dollar bill in your pocket, you actually have a fairly reliable standard of measurement? You see the long side of a dollar bill laid flat on a surface, measures exactly six inches long. Practically speaking, this means that if you have a dollar in your pocket you […]