Merkel & Macron Signing Treaty to Create a European Army

Merkel & Macron Signing Treaty to Create a European Army

By Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics January 24, 2019   Merkel & Macron Signing Treaty to Create a European Army     Merkel and Macron, two politicians who cannot muster even a majority of their people for support, signed a Franco-German friendship treaty which has allowed them to boast that this is the first step to creating […]


Why Taiwan Grew Rich While the Mainland Starved

By José Niño Mises Institute January 23, 2019   Why Taiwan Grew Rich While the Mainland Starved   Over the past few months, tensions between China and Taiwan have mounted. Chinese President Xi Jinping recently expressed his desire to unify the island nation with the Chinese mainland, and did not discard the option of using armed force to […]

Why Taiwan Grew Rich While the Mainland Starved

Brutal Reality: Government Shutdown Is Proving Americans Are NOT Prepared For A Recession

Brutal Reality: Government Shutdown Is Proving Americans Are NOT Prepared For A Recession

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com January 23, 2019   Brutal Reality: Government Shutdown Is Proving Americans Are NOT Prepared For A Recession     The brutal reality is that most Americans are not prepared for the next economic downturn or recession. The government shutdown is highlighting just how much Americans rely on others as opposed to themselves, […]


Fire the Fed?

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute January 22, 2019   Fire the Fed?     President Trump’s frustration with the Federal Reserve’s (minuscule) interest rate increases that he blames for the downturn in the stock market has reportedly led him to inquire if he has the authority to remove Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. Chairman Powell has […]

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Student Loan Debt Is A Crisis That’s Also Impacting The Housing Market

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com January 17, 2019   Student Loan Debt Is A Crisis That’s Also Impacting The Housing Market       Student loan debt is a fundamental crisis.  Students are borrowing money to pay for school at an alarming rate. But as the problem worsens, it seeps into other sectors, such as the housing […]

Student Loan Debt Is A Crisis That’s Also Impacting The Housing Market

The Obama/New York Times Plot To Overthrow Trump

The Obama/New York Times Plot To Overthrow Trump

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute January 15, 2019   The Obama/New York Times Plot To Overthrow Trump   Another “blockbuster” report on Trump’s “ties” to Russia has fizzled into nothingness, as the New York Times’ piece over the weekend on an FBI counterintelligence investigation opened against the president was riddled with holes and absurdities. What […]


Here’s What an American Economic Collapse Could Actually Look Like

By Daisy Luther The Organic Prepper January 15, 2019   Here’s What an American Economic Collapse Could Actually Look Like (And How It May Be a Lot Different Than Folks Expect)     When we think of “economic collapse” our imaginations usually lead us immediately to the desperation we’ve witnessed in places like Venezuela or Greece. We think of […]

Here’s What an American Economic Collapse Could Actually Look Like

Back to the USSR: How to Read Western News

Back to the USSR: How to Read Western News

By Patrick Armstrong Strategic Culture Foundation January 14, 2019   Back to the USSR: How to Read Western News     The heroes of Dickens’ Pickwick Papers visit the fictional borough of Eatanswill to observe an election between the candidates of the Blue Party and the Buff Party. The town is passionately divided, on all possible […]


California’s Communist Governor Proposes Taxing Drinking Water

California’s Communist Governor Proposes Taxing Drinking Water

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com January 14, 2019   California’s Communist Governor Proposes Taxing Drinking Water     Just when you think California cannot possibly come up with more things to tax, the new governor, Gavin Newsom, decides to tax drinking water. In Newsom’s first budget proposal on Friday, the communist included a tax on drinking water. […]