Promises By Rene Gade Source: Promises - Zen Gardner
Image: http://www.afscme.org The U.S. Corporation: a government OF the wealthy and powerful few, BY the wealthy and powerful few, and FOR the wealthy and powerful few! And to hell with the rest of us! What is happening in corporate America today, when it comes to how the working class is being treated, is nothing new. … Continue reading “White House Pushes Ahead with Plan to Slash Pensions for Up to One Million Retirees”
Image: http://www.azquotes.com For all of you fans of the wealth and power, state-run political system, and the next stooge wannabes running for office (in particular, Bernie Sanders), you might want to take a few minutes and read the following article: Center for a Stateless Society » Opposing the Plutocracy Means Opposing the Warfare State Gary … Continue reading “Opposing the Plutocracy Means Opposing the Warfare State”
Where is it written that any of us have the universal or political right to not be offended? We always seem to be "straining out the gnat and swallowing the camel." We continually "throw the baby out with the bathwater!" And in this case, we are throwing out free speech so the hypersensitive won't be … Continue reading John Cleese: “Political Correctness Can Lead to an Orwellian Nightmare”
During his victory speech last night in the New Hampshire Republican primary, Donald Trump exposed what everyone knows but doesn’t dare admit: the “phony” unemployment numbers that Obama continues to crow aboutand The Fed is so focused on….
“Don’t believe those phony numbers when you hear 4.9 and 5% unemployment. The number’s probably 28%, 29%, as high as 35%, in fact, I even heard recently 42%,”
How does he justify such large estimates? Simple…
“If we had 5% unemployment, do you think we’d have these gatherings?”
4.9% Unemployment Is A Phony Number
The Payroll Jobs Reports Merely Propaganda Statements
US economics statistics are so screwed up that they do not provide an accurate picture.
Consider the latest monthly payroll jobs report. According to the report, in January 151,000 new jobs were created. Where are these jobs? According to the…
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