( education / news / rss / ) Secretary of Defense Mark Esper is a former Raytheon lobbyist and another example of President Trumps penchant for frustrating his own policies by appointing to power people who oppose his policies.Why does Trump think he can expect a representative of the ... read more
( education / news / rss ) A New York-based developer's new video game takes a new twist on the concept of a flight simulator by offering the realistic experience of taking a long commercial flight in economy ... read more
( life / money / economy / conspiracies ) Think tank community that's doing its best to control the world"The corporate-policy network is highly centralized, at both the level of individuals and that of organizations. Its inner circle is a tightly interwoven ensemble of politically active business leaders; its organizational core includes the Trilateral Commission... read more
( life / money / economy ) Great article here: Three-Ways-to-Put-America
"In theory The Great Recession is history, but for those of us who live and work on Real Street the carnage and horror continues. On Real Street, outside the gated c ... read more
( life / money / economy ) As I've said before, this country needs a new (or maybe just an enforced) Sherman Antitrust Act that will limit the size, influence and control of any one corporation.
Having more companies means more jobs and, most importantly, more competition. Even the "elites ... read more
( life / money / economy ) via intrepidreport.com.
"... the low 2011 real median household income is the summation, in most cases, of two household earners, whereas in 1967-68 one earner could produce the same real income.... when both husband and wife have to work in order to main ... read more
( life / money / economy ) dailybail.com/home/absolute-genius-make-this-go-viral-quantitative-easing-expla.html"The truth about quantitative easing. I just watched this again and laughed my a$$ off. Now with a ridiculous 5.2 million views ... read more
( life / money / economy ) This (below) is why we hate Walmart.Too many people don't understand this.They just want low prices no matter the overall, long-run cost.
from Walmart: 50 Years of Gutting America's Middle C... read more
( life / money / economy ) The 1930's Chicago Plan Vs. The American Monetary Act"If the purpose of money and credit were to discourage the exchange of goods and services, to destroy periodically the wealth produced, to frustrate and trip those who save, our present monetary system does that most effectively!"
via ... read more