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We’re Going Into the Greatest Depression: “They Will Not Be Able To Pull Off the Stimulus Game Again

SHTF Plan – by Mac Slavo Look around and you can’t miss it. The world is on the brink… politically, economically, financially, monetarily, and militarily. Events are accelerating. Over the last decade trend forecaster Gerald Celente has been blaring the alarms.   If you’ve been paying attention, then you’ve heard them. You know we’re going under. And

WikiLeaks: Snowden going to Ecuador to seek asylum

MOSCOW (AP) — Anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks says a former National Security Agency contractor wanted by the United States for revealing highly classified surveillance programs is going to Ecuador to seek asylum. The group said in a statement Sunday that Edward Snowden is “bound for the Republic of Ecuador via a safe route for the purposes

Madonna Stands up for Gun Rights?

It’s rare to hear someone in the Hollywood scene speak the truth about guns, but that’s exactly what Madonna did in a recent interview with ABC News’ Elizabeth Vargas. Video: When asked about the choice of choreography in her current tour, which drew criticism because of the first act’s heavy use of guns, the

Video: Watch Nancy Pelosi Lie Through Her Teeth

“I Don’t Remember Saying that Everybody in the Country Would Have a Lower Premium” SHTF Plan – by Mac Slavo Just a few weeks ago the honorable Congresswoman from San Francisco, Nancy Pelosi, made the stunning claim that health insurance in America would be cheaper than ever before. “Many of the initiatives that he passed are what

We’re going backward


They say the economy is moving in the right direction, that we should stay the course, that it takes time to pull out of the recession that began in late 2007. In fact, things are getting worse. The economy was creating 153,000 new jobs per month last year. That dropped during the first seven months

Colleges Ship Freshmen to Paris to Boost Tuition Coffers

U.S. colleges including New York University and Northeastern University are pushing freshmen into study-abroad programs — before the students even set foot on campus — to enroll larger classes and get more tuition dollars. NYU and Boston-based Northeastern, which both charge more than $50,000 a year to attend, make some freshmen spend the first semester