Clinton or Trump: This May Be the Beginning of the End

New Eastern Outlook by Phil Butler   “Colin Powell made me do it”, or so says presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton in her latest defense of an illegal US State Department email fiasco. Isn’t it amazing how Clinton’s every dishonest, extreme, or slipshod move is excused in such a way? If news the Clintons took cash… Read More Clinton or Trump: This May Be the Beginning of the End

Big Brother: Secret Cameras Have Been Warrantlessly Recording This Entire City’s Every Move from Above

The Daily Sheeple by Claire Bernish   Editor’s Note: They say this is only being done in Baltimore, but let’s be honest with ourselves. This is probably going on across the nation. Baltimore Police didn’t bother to inform the public (or anyone, for that matter) when they implemented a privately-funded mass surveillance program in January… Read More Big Brother: Secret Cameras Have Been Warrantlessly Recording This Entire City’s Every Move from Above

A Disturbing Series Of Events: Governments Around The World Seem To Be Preparing For War

Activist Post by Daisy Luther   Remember how a couple of days ago the German government advised its citizens to start stockpiling food and water? Well, today they have announced that they are considering reintroducing conscription…the draft, to ‘help with any future disaster’. And Germany isn’t alone. There are increasing hints in countries around the… Read More A Disturbing Series Of Events: Governments Around The World Seem To Be Preparing For War

Globalism Is A Barbaric Relic – Voluntary Tribalism Is The Future

Alt-Market by Brandon Smith   I have been writing rather extensively about the ideology of globalism in recent months, primarily because the battle lines between sovereignty and global centralization have never been more defined than they are in 2016.  In the past, globalists have often hidden the true motives of their cult; namely the goal… Read More Globalism Is A Barbaric Relic – Voluntary Tribalism Is The Future

How Economies Of Scale Produced The Big Oil Companies We Know Today

Rig Source by Savannah Adkins   The term “economies of scale” might as well have been invented for the oil and gas industries. Think about how much it would cost to start a new company with the vision of prospecting and drilling for oil, refining it, and selling it as gasoline. It would cost you… Read More How Economies Of Scale Produced The Big Oil Companies We Know Today

A Brain-damaged US President with Finger on the Nuclear Button?

New Eastern Outlook by F. William Engdahl   Hillary Rodham Clinton seems to surround herself with more scandals than you can shake a stick at, as we said when I was growing up in Texas. We had the Mena, Arkansas scandals when her husband, Bubba, otherwise known as William Jefferson Clinton, was Attorney General and… Read More A Brain-damaged US President with Finger on the Nuclear Button?

Whirled Politics: Would you rather be Trumped or Pillaried?

The Great Recession Blog by David Haggith   I’ve never seen anything so surreal as the United States’ current political circus of unelectable and undelectable candidates offered as each party’s top of the crop. I can’t stop wondering if the Trump is Clinton’s decoy, gathering all the Republiducks into one place so the Democats can slaughter them. Yet, as surely as… Read More Whirled Politics: Would you rather be Trumped or Pillaried?