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Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself from Hurricane Reality
August 06, 2011
Last week I discussed the nature of the "time taxers" and how easy it is for people to blindly be lulled into living their life in service of the State – or those who control it. And in that editorial I suggested that time, being the most precious commoditty ...
DB Briefs: US Turkey Recall / Pentagon Says No to Military Cuts / Government Can Protect the Poor? / America's Hunger Pain
August 05, 2011
Ground Turkey Recall: Why Did It Take So Long? Pentagon Chief Warns Won't Accept Extra Spending Cuts. New York Unveils $127 Million Bid to Help Minorities. BLITZER'S BLOG: Hunger in America Growing at Staggering Pace ...
The Cost of Liberty Is the Acceptance of Human Nature
August 05, 2011
Self-acceptance involves accepting personal limitations and possibilities. It is a crucial step in any personal development – you first have to be aware of and accept what's true about your life if you want to be able to then change your life for the better. ...
DB Briefs: The Code War / It's All Washington's Fault / US Army's Alcohol Problem / Mubarak Trial Begins
August 04, 2011
Staff Reports: Countries Brace for The Code War. How Washington Took the U.S. to the Brink. Army Hiring More Counselors for Alcohol Abuse. Bed-ridden, Caged, Egypt's Mubarak Goes on Trial ...
Getting Serious About Recovery
August 04, 2011
This is how economic recovery can be encouraged by all levels of government in the U.S.: 1. Remove all preemptory government regulations of all the professions and businesses. 2. Cut taxes to the bone, when possible totally abolish them. 3. Cut all subsidies an ...
Debt Reduction Delusions and the Menace of Big Government
August 03, 2011
In spite of the rhetoric in the media about a national debt crisis having been averted through a rise in the government's debt limit on Tuesday, August 2nd, the fact is the United States remains very much in the midst of a fiscal disaster. The Congress has appr ...
DB Briefs: US Gets Verbal Spanking / Obama to Create Jobs? / Markets Plummet Amid Debt Fears / Egyptians Getting Restless
August 03, 2011
Staff Reports: China Joins Russia in Blasting U.S. Borrowing. Debt Fight Over, Obama Promises Action on Jobs. Markets Tumble on Fears for US Growth and Eurozone Debts. Trial of ex-President Hosni Mubarak opens in Egypt ...
Cleaver's Bad Theology
August 03, 2011
Representative Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri produced a sound bite following the recent passage in Congress of the compromise bill on the dept ceiling and spending cuts. Even as this bill didn't by any means manage to demonstrate Congress's serious understanding ...
When a Cut Is Not a Cut
August 02, 2011
One might think that the recent drama over the debt ceiling involves one side wanting to increase or maintain spending with the other side wanting to drastically cut spending, but that is far from the truth. In spite of the rhetoric being thrown around, the rea ...
The Fiat Dollar & Debt Democracy Experiments Have Failed
August 02, 2011
Washington claims the federal debt limit extension is a done deal and the threat of default is postponed. This is just more political theatre as the Treasury debt downgrade will happen and eventually a bankrupt America will attempt to inflate the debt away and ...
DB Briefs: IMF's Lagarde Speaks Out / Biden Blunders? / Bin Laden Meme Continues / IMF Critical of EC / Failing Fed Tools
August 02, 2011
Staff Reports: Global Confidence in U.S. Treasuries Has 'Slightly Eroded,' Lagarde Says. Osama Bin Laden: Mission Was to Shoot to Kill From the Start. IMF Criticises EU Proposals for Basel III Implementation. Biden Says Tea Party Republicans Acted Like Terroris ...
Debt Deal Is a Blank Check
August 02, 2011
By supposedly compromising to raise the debt ceiling, Congress and the President have now paved the way for ever higher levels of federal spending. Although, the nation was spared the trauma of borrowing restrictions, the actual risk of default existed solely i ...
The Man With No Plan: The Fuse on America's Debt Bomb Just Keeps Getting Shorter
August 01, 2011
All along we have been saying that the semantics and hype surrounding the debt ceiling debate would be for not and that "business as usual" would prevail. This celebratory piece, published by the NY Times on Sunday (excerpted above), is just the kind of propaga ...
Pat Gorman on How to Protect Your Wealth, Invest for Success and Protect Your Family
July 31, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Pat Gorman. Mr. Gorman has been actively extolling the virtues of honest money for nearly 30 years, the last fifteen of which he has spent as president of Resource Consultants, a Phoenix, Arizon ...
As America Continues to Tank, What Will You Do?
July 30, 2011
The Internet Reformation is rolling forward. People are waking up to the reality of a money elite controlled world and the gallows that have been erected to enslave them in misery, debt and taxation. People feel the oppressive tax burden that requires them to c ...
IMF: Turning Crises Into Opportunity
July 29, 2011
We have been predicting in these humble pages that the current crises sweeping through the world's financial marts would be used to galvanize support for an even greater consolidation of globalist power. And now, here comes Christine Lagarde, speaking at the Co ...
Gold and Silver Beyond the Limit
July 29, 2011
Perhaps the debt ceiling should be renamed the "national debt target," for it seems Washington is always trying to reach it. One could say it's their only reliable, time-tested achievement. And without fail, upon reaching their national debt target, they prompt ...
Debt Ceiling Debate Not the Real Point
July 28, 2011
The debate over the debt ceiling is anything but trivial for the poweres-that-be. Political pundits on both sides of the dialectic, along with their media confidants, would like us to believe that there is a real concern over the "acceptable level" of debt. Wel ...
Defining the Moment: The Internet Reformation
July 28, 2011
The Internet Reformation is the culmination of the power and glory of Western civil society and free-market thinking. It is the apogee of all that is best in a sweep of history that began with the ancient Greeks and has culminated in the hearts and minds of mil ...
Just Say No
July 28, 2011
After sustained profligacy comes the dreaded cold turkey. Any kind of habitual indulgence can only be stopped if at some point the "addict" says "no" with no excuses. I would assume most people have been through this. I know a few personally. They have kept up ...
Breivik and the Insanity of War
July 27, 2011
The horror of Anders Breivik's actions cannot be explained away. To shoot 70 or so young people at point blank range using dum-dum bullets for nearly two years to make a rhetorical point (he issued a 1,500 page manifesto on line which now has been taken down) i ...
Is the Left Right About Money and Politics?
July 27, 2011
The world is run by Anglosphere power elites with tactical arms in Israel, Washington and perhaps the Vatican. It is abetted by corporate, political and military enablers. Its enemy is classical liberal sociopolitical stances and free-market thinking. Conservat ...
Ideas and the Culpability for Violence
July 27, 2011
The violence perpetuated by Anders Behring Breivik in Norway unleashed the usual torrent of blaming anyone who might have influenced the murderer's thought. He was first described as a right-wing Christian – a description designed to put a certain community o ...
GAO: Fed Issued $US16 Trillion During 2008 Crisis!
July 26, 2011
With nary a ripple in the mainstream press, the US Government Accountability Office has released an "audit" of the Federal Reserve loan program in 2008 that, according to the Washington Post (see above excerpt) highlights possible conflicts of interest in the i ...
Tories' Bizarre and Sudden Support for the EU
July 26, 2011
Why does an article like this appear in the Telegraph? It is a "Tory" paper that supports the royal family and serves as a foil to papers like the leftist Guardian in the UK. The elites evidently and obviously control both papers, but the Hegelian Dialectic bei ...
The Debt Crisis and the Fiscal Leviathan State
July 26, 2011
The current fiscal crisis that fills the pages of the newspapers and the news shows on television has all been revolving around the issue of raising the government debt limit. In fact, the present Congressional-approved debt limit of around $14.3 trillion dolla ...
Obama Demagogues Default
July 26, 2011
President Obama has continued and increased the reckless spending of the previous Administration. Now, as the federal debt reaches its statutory limit, he is spreading fear and panic in the hopes of having it raised. Many of the key people responsible for Ameri ...
The Pesky Neighbor and the Debt Ceiling
July 26, 2011
Imagine you had a pesky neighbor who somehow took out a mortgage on his house in your name and by some legal trickery you were obligated to pay for it. Imagine watching this neighbor throw drunken parties, buy expensive cars, add more rooms to the house, and hi ...
China – Third Pillar of a Broken World Economy?
July 25, 2011
The US is struggling with US$200 trillion in unredeemable commitments to the world and its own population; the Eurozone is gradually sinking under the weight of the PIGS sovereign debt; and China, the third pillar of the world's economic façade is likely facin ...
Pakistan Breaks Away
July 25, 2011
One of the biggest reasons the Anglo-American elite lost the war in Afghanistan is because the wealthy families that make up Pakistan's elite were distrustful of both NATO and the US military-industrial comlex. In this article, excerpted above, we can see how t ...
Edwin Vieira, Jr. on the Power Elite, the Police State and Opposing the Authoritarian Trend
July 24, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Dr. Edwin Vieira, Jr. Dr. Vieira holds four degrees from Harvard: A.B. (Harvard College), A.M. and Ph.D. (Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences), and J.D. (Harvard Law School). For over t ...
Why Gold Could Go Much Higher
July 23, 2011
Are there forces at work increasingly inflicting chaos and war on the world? If this is the case, the ceiling on gold and silver will keep moving higher. Gold went up again yesterday on bad news from the US, Norway and Europe. The bad news is a steady drumbeat, ...
Not Guilty Isn't Innocent
July 23, 2011
An indication of the sad state of journalism is how often when people show support for the Casey Anthony verdict they are labeled as Casey Anthony supporters. But they could very well be supporting just one thing. That would be to accept the "not guilty" verdic ...
A Phony EU Crisis
July 22, 2011
We have watched the unraveling of Europe for over a year now and can say with some shock and dismay, as the final act grows near, that what we have been treated to is probably nothing more than an elaborately scripted farce. Or call it a dominant social theme ( ...
NASA Ends Era That Never Was?
July 22, 2011
The US mainstream media is in full cry over the end of the space shuttle program. This article in US Today is a good example of it, tugging on the heart strings to remind readers of the glory that once was. But we continually remind ourselves that when one look ...
You're Not Rich Because You're a Loser
July 21, 2011
The economic crisis that started in 2008 has not subsided in our view. The dollar reserve system essentially ended and nothing has yet been put in its place. This may be by design as the elites have signaled clearly their intention to move toward global governa ...
Reality of US Policing
July 21, 2011
The New York Times recently reported on the case of Bruce E. Ivins, who committed suicide after being pursued by the Federal Bureau of Investigations over sending anthrax-laced letters to members of Congress and others. According to the filing, which was requir ...
Public Works on Steroids
July 21, 2011
What the Obama administration and its cheerleaders call "the stimulus" is by all sensible accounts the macroeconomic version of steroids. And you can get quite addicted to these – just as some athletes can to their versions. Now there are lots of things wrong ...
IMF: EU Crisis Is a Global Disaster
July 20, 2011
We can see in this article (excerpted above) the naked obviousness of a power elite dominant social theme. The crisis the EU faces is now said to be an international emergency and thus must be solved to protect the world. Greece's default is now somehow a globa ...
Germany Has Its Own Tea Party!
July 20, 2011
The Germans have their own Tea Party movement. We didn't know this until a feedbacker mentioned it recently. But we looked it up; it's true. The entire country is convulsed; it's bigger than what's happening in the US. You've read about it, haven't you? ... Hav ...
America's Fiscal Folly and Squandering of the Reserve Fund
July 20, 2011
The economic crisis through which the United States and much of the rest of the world are now passing is not another supposed instance of the "failure" of unrestrained capitalism. It is the failure of the government's own policies. In other words, it is a crisi ...
You Can't Eat Gold. But Can You Eat Real Bills?
July 20, 2011
I have received the following letter from a reader. Professor: I have been reading your essays on real bills for several years with great interest. If there were any contemporary examples of such credit in circulation, it would be easier to understand how real ...
Not Business-As-Usual for an Angry Electorate
July 19, 2011
This is a perfect Newsweek article by new editor Tina Brown – pitch perfect. The trouble is that the pitch is from decade ago. The sociopolitial and economic conversation has moved on, but it seems Tina Brown and Newsweek are stuck in the 1990s. The writer of ...
Keynes Cocktail Is No Joke
July 19, 2011
This really isn't funny to us. We've kinda lost our sense of humor, at least about John Maynard, Keynes, Keynesianism, The Fabian Society, the Bloomsbury group ... and all the rest. We're seeing the results of Keynesianism all around us and it isn't pretty. A f ...
Debt Ceiling Drama
July 19, 2011
The debt ceiling debate is providing plenty of opportunity for political theater in Washington. Proponents of raising the debt ceiling are throwing around the usual scare tactics and misinformation in order to intimidate opponents into accepting more debt and t ...
Anti-Semitism, Douglas Reed and Zion
July 18, 2011
Douglas Reed's long suppressed book, the Controversy of Zion, now online and available for download, is receiving more and more exposure. In this article, we will summarize the book – which has only reinforced our belief that the Internet alternative media do ...
A Sarcastic EU Proposal
July 18, 2011
Evans-Pritchard believes that Europe ought to be split into TWO currency zones – a Germanic one and a French one. He also believes the European Central Bank is trying to do too much and that it ought to switch from inflation fighting to job-targeting. The ide ...
Ignorance Amidst Erudition
July 18, 2011
Stanley Kauffmann is the film reviewer of The New Republic and his work in this area is worth the time it takes to read it, at least for me. He is what I would consider an erudite film critic, drawing on a vast familiarity with the history of cinema. Indeed, wh ...
Banker X on Gold, Real Estate and Residency Diversification in Troubled Times
July 17, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Swiss-based Banker, who provides us with this interview anonymously so that he can speak frankly about the inner workings of the Swiss financial system. As someone who has held high posts in bot ...
The Morality of Gold
July 16, 2011
We think that what the elites want to set up is a currency basket that includes gold and that will be utilized worldwide, a global currency in other words. This global currency will accompany what the Anglosphere powers-that-be are building in terms of a global ...
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