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Hillary Clinton says she’s Ready to Come Out

SCRANTON, Pa. — Hillary Clinton said Friday she’s “ready to come out of the woods” and help Americans find common ground. Clinton’s gradual return to the public spotlight following her presidential election loss continued with a St. Patrick’s Day speech in her late father’s Pennsylvania hometown of Scranton. “I’m like a lot of my friends

America’s quiet catastrophe: The collapse of work for men

Nicholas Eberstadt,  From one perspective, things are looking pretty good in America today. The stock market — and U.S. personal wealth holdings — are at or near their all-time highs, and unemployment rates are back down to 5% or less—well below the postwar average, and purportedly even near “full employment,” according to widely received wisdom.

Banks Warn: Economic Nuclear Winter to Hit World

Kit Daniels, Banksters using Brexit as false flag to avoid responsibility. Central banks are expecting an economic catastrophe to strike the world this winter, and will try to blame Brexit for their wrongdoings which triggered the crisis. Investors are dumping stocks in major European banks in particular, with the Royal Bank of Scotland losing 30%

Trump Finally Says It

It has been suggested by some that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is living rent-free inside the heads of both President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. This is clearly displayed every time either of those two spend more than a moment criticizing, mischaracterizing and smearing Trump, as they seemingly do on a

Trump Statement In Response To President Obama’s Failed Leadership

““President Obama has been a failed leader who along with Secretary of State Clinton created a foreign policy that has destabilized the world and made it an unsafe place. He is the one who is unfit to be President and Hillary Clinton is equally unfit. Obama-Clinton have single-handedly destabilized the Middle East, handed Iraq, Libya

Kaine’s Time As Governor Lacked A œSignature Accomplishment

Kaine Received Criticism For Lacking A “Signature” Accomplishment During His Tenure As Governor Kaine’s Gubernatorial Administration Lacked “A Signature Legislative Accomplishment” Midway Through Kaine’s Gubernatorial Term, University Of Virginia’s Center For Politics Director Larry Sabato Said That He Would Rate It In “The Bottom Quartile” Of The State’s Most Recent Dozen Governors. “Few nonpartisan observers

Get To College, Get A Job, Get Poorer: Students Are Worse Off After Attending For-Profit Colleges

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden Go to college, study hard, get a good paying job – that’s the mantra heard by most students across America as they wind down their high school careers. Intuitively taking out loans just to go to college because everyone says so isn’t a good idea, and a new study

Nevada’s new Commerce Tax is a throwback to the days of the Great Depression

Michael Schaus, One of the problems with “progressive” ideas is that they often turn out to be the recycled remains of already tried-and-failed concepts. Nevada’s Commerce Tax — set to take effect this summer — is a prime example. Billed as an innovative tax on large businesses, the Commerce Tax will soon slap a new

A Fresh Look at the Great Depression’s Causes and Effects

Jay Lehr, Ph.D., There have been many books written about the Great Depression, the longest and most devastating economic catastrophe in American history, but little consensus exists among scholars regarding what caused the depression, which started in 1929 and lasted until 1939. Scott Sumner, director of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University’s Program on

œWhat Is The Hegelian Dialectic?

Coyote Prime – by Stirling “The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face witha conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.”– J. Edgar Hoover  “Why is it important for you to understand the subject of the Hegelian Dialectic? Because it is the process by which all change is being accomplished in society today. More importantly,

19 Reasons Why You Can Laugh When Anyone Tells You That The Economy Is In Good Shape

Michael Snyder | American Dream  Have you heard the one about the “economic recovery” in the United States?  It’s quite funny, but it is not actually true.  Every day, the establishment media points to the fact that global stock markets have soared to unprecedented heights as evidence that the economy is improving.   But just because a bunch

Rush Limbaugh’s Terrifying Vision of Where the ˜Road We Are on’ Leads

 Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh on Friday painted a horrifying picture of “what things will look like” if the United States stays on the “road that we are on.” “The road that we are on takes us back to the Great Depression,” he said. “That’s what things will look like: People lined up for food,