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Obama recovery? Just don’t check with retail stores for the answer

Last week it was discovered that Democratic campaign advisers were issuing warnings to candidates seeking office during the 2014 elections.  That warning was to not talk about, or use the term, 'economic recovery', as surveys showed that the American people no longer believe the spin and rhetoric coming from the primary party in power. This week however, we are seeing more valid information as to why, and o ...

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Director at BNP bank in Belgium along with wife and nephew murdered by gunman

With the recent trend of mysterious banker deaths reaching now over a dozen individuals, we may be seeing another trend that involves not a conspiracy of cover-up, but instead, good old fashioned client rage. On April 18, a Director at BNP Paribas-Fortis bank in Belgium was shot to death, along with his wife and a nephew, buy a gunman who planned the execution by waiting patiently in a car outside a local s ...

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Democratic candidates told to flee from talking about economic recovery

It was just last week that President Obama, along with Vice-President Joe Biden, spoke publicly about the economy and how its 'recovery' was validating White House policies.  Yet even as the Teleprompter-in-Chief spews out the same fake message every time he stands behind the microphone, Democratic advisers are telling 2014 mid-term candidates to refrain from talking about the recovery like the plague. Elec ...

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Court issues ruling that attorney client privilege no longer fully protected

The shocking secret most Americans in our apathetic society fail to realize is that over the past two administrations, all but one of the 10 Amendments in the Bill of Rights have either been usurped, or causally thrown away by the Federal government.  Even our most sacred trusts of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion have been trampled to death under the auspices of minority rights, diversity, and fai ...

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Where does your state rank in highest or lowest income taxes

Now that the dreaded April 15 IRS filing date has come and gone, it is time to look at how each state fares in relation to each other in imposing income taxes upon the citizens of their dominions.  Taxes across the board have become a staple of government policy, with sales, property, excise, and other fees taking a large piece of American's dwindling paychecks. Here are the highest "taxing" states in the U ...

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Eurasian Economic Union and trade zone scheduled to begin in May

The concept behind the European Union was to solidify the economic power of European nations under one umbrella in the wake of World War II, and the ever changing sphere of global super powers.  Starting in the late 1950's between companies in France and Germany, this union has morphed into a go-political monstrosity run by un-elected technocrats, and using a common currency that has stifled trade throughou ...

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Alternative to the World Bank scheduled for operation in 2015

Before one can replace an already well established institution there must either be plans for, or something already created, to fill the void that former entity provided.  And when it comes to the control and domination over the global monetary system, the BRICs nations appear to be way ahead of the curve. On April 14, Russian Ambassador at Large Vadim Lukov announced that a new banking system would be onli ...

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Fed QE has reached the point of diminishing returns

About six months ago, a chart comparing the Federal Reserves Quantitative Easing (QE) programs in relation to America's GDP, pointed towards the U.S. reaching the point of diminishing returns occurring sometime in 2014.  Diminishing returns is the occurrence where no amount of printed money added to the money supply by the Fed will generate any new growth or production to the Gross National Product (GDP), o ...

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Budget Cut Lie: Both parties in Congress will increase spending

Beginning last week, the House began discussing measures for a budget resolution that Republicans claim will 'cut the budget' and attempt to show Americans that the GOP is looking at their their interests.  But as former Congressman Ron Paul noted in his weekly address, the so-called conservative party has no intention of decreasing spending, and in fact, are like their counter parts across the aisle in wan ...

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BLM backed down after news Senator Harry Reid’s ties to land deal emerged

Cliven Bundy is not the first American to have the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) uses Nazi tactics in an attempt to intimidate, and remove rightful landowners from their property, but his tribulation may have saved many others from tyrannical usurpation in the future.  In a story that is growing by the hour, it appears now that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is fully entrenched in the Nevada standoff, ...

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Inflation rises at fastest jump since March of 2011

For most Americans, there is no need to wait to see manipulated government statistics to tell them that that prices are, and have been rising over the past year.  In fact, price inflation has been rising so fast that consumers can see it every time they go to the grocery store to buy food and basic necessities. So it should come as no surprise when the newest data on price inflation comes out much higher th ...

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Putin threatens Europe with gas shutoff if it doesn’t pay Ukraine’s debt

The reason the world's reserve currency is known as the petro-dollar is because oil, not gold or GDP, rules the world.  In today's modern civilization, those that have oil and abundant energy, dictate to those who do not. Which is why the trump cards have always been in Russia's hand, and on April 11, Vladimir Putin chose to play a big one. Europe should provide aid to Ukraine to ensure uninterrupted natura ...

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