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Is this another bankers’ conspiracy? Cui bono?

As the crooks, thieves, and fools in Washington D.C. continue to bluster and blather about the debt limit, my thoughts increasingly turn to “cui bono?” Who is going to benefit from this? Well, if we do default, all those hedge … Continue reading

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As Ireland has gone, so will the United States.

The details of the take-over of the Irish state by a cartel of international banks are becoming more clear.  As detailed at the Automatic Earth, the minimum wage is being CUT, taxes are being raised, social welfare programs slashed.  The … Continue reading

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Midfirst Bank Depositors Beware!

Folks with accounts with Midfirst Bank, hq’ed in Oklahoma City, should read the fine print in the letter they received this week about changes in account terms.  Basically the bank is inviting its customers to waive their constitutional rights and … Continue reading

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Three cheers for Iceland!

I just posted the comment below at the Ice News website, which provides news about Iceland in English, commenting about the coming referendum on the unjust demands of the British and Netherlands governments regarding the responsibility of the people of Iceland … Continue reading

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Dave Ramsey’s Townhall of Hope disappoints.

I went to Dave Ramsey’s Townhall of Hope media presentation last night.  Epiphany Church hosted one of the live feeds in its social hall.  My previous impression was that Dave Ramsey was doing a lot of good by helping people … Continue reading

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Finding Main Street Good in the Wall Street Crash

A friend of mine showed up, in a new pickup.  I asked him, “Where did you get the money for that?”  He said, “I borrowed it of course.” But isn’t there something wrong with that picture?  We are being assured … Continue reading

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