With all the lies and corruption that have been spilled by Wikileaks about the collusion between mainstream media and the Democratic party, the DNC, and Hillary Clinton, you'd think that "finally, it's all been exposed for everyone to see."
Except that so many liberals aren't exposed to this news. Liberals fiercely dedicated to the likes of CNN, ABC, Politico, BBC, MSNBC, etc. simply aren't seeing this news. Why would they? The lefty-bias that mainstream media hugs to themselves like a five-year old and his teddy bear gains nothing by letting their viewers and readers know the truth.
Too many people are unaware that MSNBC was being told what to do by the DNC. That Politico is on a leash for the Democrats. That the Washington Post has a DNC-Clinton shill on their payroll. And too many more to post here. Read More
Our government has indulged in incredible financial and economic irresponsibility. They have made a series of disastrous monetary decisions. So, how can you rely on the very people who are breaking our system to help you?
We have a president who has spent more money and put every citizen of the United States of America into more debt than any other president in history. We have record numbers of people who are no longer working in the labor force, despite the government's doctored unemployment numbers. Economic data is terrible. Retail sales are terrible. Corporate earnings are horrible. The stock market is falling because the Fed has raised the interest rate a teeny tiny quarter of a percent, but our economy is too weak to handle even that. All of this is going to lead to more businesses losing money and more people losing their jobs.
Which brings me to what this article is about. Helping you take control of your life and being able to take your ideas and successfully turn them into reality. Now is the time to understand that you can achieve the life you desire, even in these dismal economic times. Read More
We grow up being taught that government watches out for us (it's no accident that government funded schools teach us this). We think they are like a parent looking out for our best interests. We are told that government are people we vote in so they must represent the people.
Well, at a time when government approval rates are at their lowest in 60 years; a time when the digital age of information reveals many of the crimes and corruption going on in the higher ranks of power in our country; any thinking individual can easily conclude that these are just humans in these positions of power. And people are flawed. ALL of human history shows that power corrupts people and when given too much of it, people fight to the death to keep it. Read More
When I was in Beijing I was quickly shushed by the taxi driver for saying a critical comment about China's communist government. He said I couldn't criticize the government. No one can.
When I was in Singapore, the local Singaporeans grumbled about how they couldn't rely on their newspapers because the government owned the sole media outlet in Singapore. They had to get their news from overseas. Read More
Anti-Americanism from abroad would not be such a problem if Americans were united in standing up for their own country. But in this country itself, there are those who blame America for most of the evils in the world. On the political left, many fault the United States for a history of slavery, and for continuing inequality and racism. Even on the right, traditionally the home of patriotism, we hear influential figures say that America has become so decadent that we are “slouching towards Gomorrah.”
But the critics are wrong about America, because they are missing the big picture. In their indignation over the sins of America, they ignore what is unique and good about American civilization. Read More
It is 10pm, September 14, 2015 and I am visiting family in Sydney, Australia. Something just happened 15 minutes ago that would, with good reason, shock any American.
Australia's prime minister, Tony Abbot, was challenged by someone in his own liberal party, Malcolm Turnbull, to become the new prime minister today. Within 8 hours of Turnbull announcing his challenge, and a vote of 100 government people, the entire country of Australia just got saddled with a new prime minister they didn't elect. Read More
Here in Australia, everything is outrageously expensive!! Way more than even Europe. Especially housing. Yesterday, the Brit and I had lunch at a sweet, cozy spot with a burning fire in a fireplace in Manly Beach overlooking the ocean. Our server was an American and I immediately started chatting him up about why he was in Australia and his experiences here. Read More
Has your stock portfolio just had a scary roller coaster dip? Feel like you might have a heart attack with last week's perpetual drops in the stock market?
Today, the S&P 500 was halted for the first time in history. The DOW saw the biggest intraday drop EVER. Stocks are falling all over the world. It's frightening stuff if you have a significant portion of your savings and investments in the stock market. Who is everyone blaming for this? China, of course. Especially mainstream media.
But China is not to blame. The Federal Reserve is to blame. Read More
I am sitting in one of the freest nations in the world right now. I'm sipping my coffee in my office overlooking a beautiful swimming pool in a landscaped garden of flowers and palm trees. High rise buildings, subway stations, and corporate developments are going up everywhere around me because of the abundance of capital in the country. Porsches, Bentleys, Mercedes, and any other car brand that could possibly make you salivate zooms by on the road below. The buzz of activity is everywhere and loads of people are hurrying to lunch before heading back to work. The unemployment rate is 1.9%. Taxes are some of the lowest in the world. Anywhere from 0-20% Read More
“There comes a time in the history of nations when fear and complacency allow power to accumulate and liberty and privacy to suffer,” said presidential candidate Rand Paul. He went on, “that time is now, and I will not let the Patriot Act, the most unpatriotic of acts, go unchallenged.”
As I write this, Senator Rand Paul has taken to the Senate floor today in a filibuster to protest the renewal of the Patriot Act. The Patriot Act is a Bush administration-era law that enables government surveillance on everyday Americans. He wants the government to "stop spying on innocent Americans" in the name of "safety." Read More
You are unemployed for one really basic, simple, clear reason that is never talked about in our culture. There is a big thing in the room that no one wants to bring up. Watch to find out! Read More
I have been on a grand adventure for the last three years! Falling in love. Traveling around the world. Living abroad. And most excitingly, seeing my years of study of economics and government systems come to real life in all the countries I have been blessed to visit.
Traveling the world has eased my mind about certain things, as well as introduced greater concerns into my heart. For example, it's good to see that so much of the fear mongering from America's media about other nations is just...false. Sri Lanka is not filled with terrorists, Cambodia is very safe to travel through, and everyone speaks English in Singapore.
My greatest concern is the number of nations that offer freedom and prosperity to its citizens. It's almost none. Read More
Learning this will change your life because it will change the choices you make. We are entering the greatest financial crisis the world has ever known. And the greatest wealth transfer that the world has ever seen will take place with it.
Make sure you're on the right side of that wealth transfer.
Watch it. And then watch it again. I have probably watched it over 20 times now and I'm still watching it.
What an awesome way to show how the Federal Reserve creates "money" out of thin air. And what that does to your money and your standard of living. Read More
Rest in peace Mr. Lee Kuan Yew.
Modern day Singapore would not exist without this extraordinary man. Just like America's founding fathers, he was willing to do some of the hard things that make a nation prosperous. Free markets, capitalism, anti-welfare, and no minimum wage helped Singapore prosper. Despite the lack of individual liberty for Singaporeans, the man understood free markets and capitalism and his economic policies were the reason he was able to turn Singapore from a third world country into a first world country in a matter of a few decades. He elevated the lifestyles of all Singaporeans significantly. Read More