Yesterday, BofA’s top North America economist Ethan
Harris penned a bearish note on the the U.S. economy, writing that it “is in the
eye of the storm” and that a number of troubling headwinds loom on the
The United States has collapsed economically, socially,
politically, legally, constitutionally and environmentally.
Alex covers the abduction and disappearance of former
Marine Brandon Raub who was involuntarily committed to a psych ward for the
crime of criticizing the government.
Alex talks with attorney John Whitehead of the The
Rutherford Institute, a Virginia-based civil rights organization. Whitehead
With the world watching the case of Wikileaks Julian
Assange, Russia Today sat down with American author Naomi Wolf to discuss why
journalists are finding it increasingly difficult to publish information the US
government doesn’t want them to.
The U.S. Army tallied 38 confirmed or suspected suicides
among its ranks last month–that’s among both active- and non-active-duty
members including the Army National Guard and Army Reserve–the highest rate of
suicide within the branch yet observed.
Almost three years ago I wrote an analytical piece on the concept of
deliberately engineering wars, big and small, by elitists to distract the masses
away from particular global developments that work to the benefit of the
establishment power structure. That article was entitled ‘Will The Globalists
Trigger Yet Another World War?
If you want to figure out what is going to happen next
in the financial markets, carefully watch what the insiders are doing.
A very large segment of the population has figured out
that it can use voting as a tool to get more money and benefits from the
government, and that is a very dangerous thing.
I wanted to do a piece briefly outlining what I consider
to be the absolute biggest threats to our liberties right now. Please feel free
to share this with your family and friends. We need a national discussion on
this topic. It’s long overdue.
TED Talks have become a worldwide phenomenon.
It’s a platform where the brightest minds — scientists, designers, inventors — go to spread their ideas. Many of these leaders deliver their insights at TED conferences around the world, which are then uploaded onto TED.com.
At Mobile Advertising Conference this summer, we talked
about why teens and millennials are comfortable giving out personal information
and data over the web and through mobile devices.
A man and his wife were treated as potential terrorists
and kicked off a Delta Airlines flight over a satirical T-shirt because it made
passengers and employees feel “very uncomfortable”.
If you think that 24/7 tracking of citizens by biometric
recognition systems is paranoid fantasy, just read the industry newsletters
Wall Street’s biggest bears and doomsayers will make
appearances in The Bubble, a new documentary on the financial crisis based on
the New York Times bestseller Meltdown.
CHESTERFIELD, VA— Attorneys for The Rutherford Institute
have filed a Notice of Appeal in the General District Court of the City of
Hopewell, Virginia, in the case of a former Marine, Brandon Raub, who was
arrested by local police and FBI agents
Tel Aviv University researchers recently uncovered a seal, measuring 15
millimetres (about a half-inch) in diameter, which depicts a human figure next
to a lion at the archaeological site of Beth Shemesh, located between the
Biblical cities of Zorah and Eshtaol, where Samson was born, flourished, and
finally buried, according to the book of Judges
Legendary investor Doug Kass of Seabreeze Partners is
out with his outlook for the fall on TheStreet.com, and he’s getting pretty
nervous about the stock market.
Amish families are dispersed across 29 states —
stretching from Montana to Florida — within 456 autonomous settlements, a sharp
increase from the 179 settlements listed in the 1990 census. Analysts see no
reason for this trend to slow and project the number of believers to approach 1
million by the late 2050s.