Summary: The 2008 Financial Crisis demonstrated that the global economy depends upon world governments propping up the banking system with “mythical money” (dollars by fiat) and turning a blind eye to unimaginable bailouts when bank speculation drives the system over the cliff. What did the 2008 bailout really cost the taxpayers? Is it possible to fix the system? Or do we have to live with banks who continue to have a license to make billions of dollars with no consequences when things run amuck?
The issue of government bailouts of financial institutions in 2008 continues to be hotly debated I’ve … Read More
Summary: After the release of Special Prosecutor Mueller’s report anticipated for so long, Patriots saw the first real glimpse of hope that the bad guys were going to get theirs. Other reports are coming on its heels. This summer could be when the pivotal change of direction occurs in America. Will it come in time?
The outcome was surprising for many of us who wondered if our worst fears were inevitably going to come true — that President Trump was either going to be fingered for collusion with the Russians or for obstruction of justice through hindering the investigation (like … Read More
THE U.S. APPOINTED A NEW PRESIDENT FOR VENEZUELA, OVERRIDING DEMOCRATIC ELECTIONS.
Was this action essential for U.S. national security interests?
The stunning move last week of President Trump directly interfering in the sovereign state affairs of Venezuela (VZ) struck many as a typical U.S. tradition of dominating “banana republics” south of our border. Why did this occur? Was it necessary? Was this a conventional CIA initiated coup? Should the President have been so bold to take such a stand? In my opinion, it probably was a necessary move. John Bolton’s “white pad warning” of sending 5,000 U.S. troops to VZ … Read More