How To Create A Social State

There are eight levels of control that must be obtained before you are able to create a social state. The first is the most important. Anyone out there think that this stuff isn’t happening today in the U.S.? All eight rules are currently in play . 1) Healthcare– Control healthcare and you control the people 2) Poverty – Increase the Poverty level as high as possible, poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them to live. 3) Debt – Increase the debt to an unsustainable level. That way... read more

Don’t Let Anybody Tell You” That “Businesses Create Jobs”

Yes, you can hear it with your own ears. We’re not making this up. Hilary Clinton actually said that businesses don’t create jobs. If that is the case… who creates the jobs then? The ignorance of former-first lady and potential nominee to run for president in 2016 is beyond belief! If this video doesn’t terrify you, it is time to slap yourself in the face and wake-up because you must be asleep. Hilary Clinton continues after stating “businesses do not create jobs” by criticizing trickle-down economics. Who then creates jobs? If it’s not businesses, it must be government?... read more

End of Quantitative Easing = More Stimulus?

The Quantitative Easing (QE) reign has come to an end. But there is a problem. Where do we go from here? The Fed has been lacking in transparency (big surprise) in regards to its monetary policy. There have been hints of a coming interest-rate hike, but when? And by how much? While the Fed stated for the first time that it could lift interest rates sooner than the market anticipates if the economy grows faster than the bank expects, it was still quick to hedge that slower growth could push back the timing of the first interest-rate hike.... read more

IRS seizes woman’s entire savings because she deposits less than $10,000 at a time

An Iowa woman named Carole Hinders saw her bank balance go from $33,000 to zero thanks to IRS confiscation. Hinders, who owns a small, cash-only Mexican restaurant, has not been charged with any crime and is not suspected of tax fraud. The IRS says they took her money solely because she deposited too little of it at a time, and the agency claims she did so to avoid the required reporting of any bank transaction over $10,000. She says she just thought it was helpful to save the bank paperwork. Though the $10,000 rule is ostensibly designed to... read more

NSA Spys On You With Supercomputer At Utah Data Center

THE NSA HAS BECOME THE LARGEST, MOST COVERT, AND POTENTIALLY MOST INTRUSIVE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY EVER. Watch the video below. The blandly named Utah Data Center was built for the National Security Agency. A project of immense secrecy, it is a complex puzzle assembled over the past decade. Its purpose: to intercept, decipher, analyze, and store vast swaths of the world’s communications as they zap down from satellites and zip through the underground and undersea cables of international, foreign, and domestic networks. The heavily fortified $2 billion center is up and running now. Flowing through its servers and routers... read more

One of our elected officials: ‘You Don’t Have a Right to Know’ What’s Going on in Your Government

Remember when the Obama Administration was meant to serve as the model for how a transparent government is supposed to operate? That promise of “hope’n’change” has produced the most secretive government administrations in the history of this nation. To add insult to injury, the Democrats have continually fought to defend the president’s violations, abuses and secrecy with specific intent not seen in government since the days of King Louis XVI. On Friday, Eleanor Holmes Norton, the non-voting congressional representative for the District of Columbia, defended the Obama Administration angrily as she declared that Americans have no right to... read more

‘Frustrated Parent’ With Engineering Degree Lashes Out Against Common Core

There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the Common Core Standards, and one parent’s rant quickly made the Internet rounds after he expressed frustration over his child’s math assignments. Earlier this year, Jeff Severt’s son was given a math problem to solve using a number line and strategies, which is the new Common Core approach used in schools. The assignment instructs kids to help a boy named Jack subtract 316 from 427. The answer of 111 can be found in seconds using the old fashioned math, but the new way was difficult for the father to figure... read more

Are we so consumed by our phones and social networks, that sometimes we forget to live?

This video will probably make you put your phone down for a minute. It hits the nail on the head when it comes to describing how our generation is missing out on so much in life because our current obsession with social media and mobile devices. No doubt this has changed our lives, but in some cases it may have changed it for the worse. You need not delete your social networks or destroy your cell phones, the message is simple, be balanced, be mindful, be present, be here. Are you awake Yet? Stay in touch and receive... read more

NYPD cop takes $1,300 from man, pepper-sprays him in the face when he complains

A Brief cell phone video shows a New York City police officer use pepper spray on a man and his sister after they complained the cop had taken more than $1,300 during a stop-and-frisk search. Lamard Joye was stopped by police Sept. 16 in Coney Island. Reason for the stop is still unknown. One of Joye’s friends begins recording video, posted online by the New York Daily News, that shows an officer standing face-to-face with Joye, who oustretches his arms and does not put up a fight. The officer then reaches into Joye’s pocket and pulls out a... read more

Price of Bitcoin Tumbles

The price of Bitcoin fell nearly 20 percent this weekend to its lowest level of the year, prompting worries of a crash. It’s no surprise to us. You have a “currency” that is backed by nothing and created from nothing. Where do you think it is going to go? On Sunday afternoon, Bitcoin was trading at about $300, up from a low of $286, according to CoinDesk, a virtual currency website. Some contend that Bitcoin’s price is irrelevant and that it does not reflect the virtual currency’s true value. Bitcoin is still most popular among speculators and technology... read more

American Education is Suffocating Freedom

A modern historian looking to chronicle the destruction of the America we all once knew could do no better than to deconstruct the U.S. education system today. Along with providing American students a middling education at best — we rank 17th in the world and well-below-average for developed nations — our education system is also acclimating the next generation to the future of what America is becoming. And it’s becoming a police state, where tolerance is zero and everyone is presumed guilty. The notion of innocence? To hell with that! This will not end well for you or... read more

Where Do Dollars Come From?

A fiat currency is created by a government decree. The Latin word means “let it be done.” And with the stroke of a pen, or the crank of a printing press, “money” is created. Fiat currency has no inherent value—the paper that a $100 dollar bill is printed on is surely not worth $100. It might have been worth a few cents before the government ruined its utility as scrap paper by printing green words and numbers all over it! Compare this with gold & silver, which are a precious, rare metals that is, in many cases, the... read more

Is The USA Becoming A Police State, Or Is It Already One?

We all know about the scope of National Security Agency (NSA) spying. It’s fair to say at this point in our lives that the notion of privacy is all but dead and gone. However, it didn’t start there. Keep in mind, people in the political class constantly reveal their contempt for regular citizens. That contempt is the inevitable result of a group of people who have convinced themselves that big government is necessary because the little people can’t control their own lives. These same politicians and bureaucrats then begin to see themselves a genuinely better than everyone else.... read more

Is Government Capable Of Doing A Better Job Than You?

Why would anyone think that government is capable of running their lives? It’s usually a mistake to ask people what they want government to do. Because if we do, we invite them to assume that politicians can figure out how 300 million Americans should live their lives. Most people are humble. They struggle to run their own lives. They’re grateful to politicians who want to take charge. But this is always a bad deal for Americans. History is filled with examples of how the rules politicians make create new problems without solving the old ones. What intuition tempts... read more

Police Are More Dangerous To The Public Than Criminals

This man was being stopped for the hideous crime of not wearing a seat belt. The cop asked him for his license and seconds later he was shot. The man reaches into his vehicle after a South Carolina trooper asked for his driver’s license and the trooper shoots him. Days afterward, prosecutors aren’t satisfied with the answer and the trooper is arrested. The man did survive the shooting. Thank God the trooper was horrible shot at close range. But this begs the question… “Are Police more dangerous than criminals?” The worse threat every American faces comes from his/her... read more