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A Day Without Women: What It REALLY Means

A Day Without Women: What It REALLY Means
Today is national Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. I support this because there are a lot of women that should be recognized for the many great things they have done and/or contributed to the world. Unfortunately, some women have decided to use this day for something known as A Day Without Women. I do... Read More

Obama Legacy Will Likely Not Look Great in History Books

Obama Legacy Will Likely Not Look Great in History Books
President Barack Hussein Obama has left the building… finally. That may seem like a harsh or downright mean thing to say, but it comes with very good reason. Several reasons actually. Sure, Obama has had his share of controversies, missteps and so on, and I would love to list them all (I just don’t have the time or server space),... Read More

Two Really Ignorant Statements and What You Should Know

Two Really Ignorant Statements and What You Should Know
There are two really ignorant statements that are repeatedly made by more than just a few. Today I would like to address those two statements with a little more than surface debate. Perhaps if you find yourself having a debate and someone says something along these lines, you will be able to retort with something a little extra. So let’s... Read More

Market Manipulation and Coming Problems

Market Manipulation and Coming Problems
Market manipulation and coming problems? Really? There are two major themes that many experts are now repeating. These themes are in regard to market manipulation and how precious metals are where you can store you wealth. In fact, Macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby says that “We really do not have markets anymore. We have interventions, and we have massive fraud committed on... Read More

Understanding Your Unalienable Rights

Understanding Your Unalienable Rights
Before we can understand what an unalienable right is, we must first understand is the word “right”. A right is a moral or legal entitlement to have or obtain something or to act in a certain way. It is something that you simply have regardless of whether an authority figure, company or other individual is around. Now let’s talk about... Read More

Economic Heads-Up: An American Warning

Economic Heads-Up: An American Warning
I thought I would provide a brief reminder & update. Consider this an economic heads-up.  In mid-October, Business Insider reported that Murray Gunn, head of technical analysis for HSBC, citing the Elliott Wave Principle, said that he had become on “RED ALERT” for an imminent sell-off in stocks given the price action he had seen over the previous few weeks.... Read More

The Truth About Native American Genocide

The Truth About Native American Genocide
This week, social media was a buzz with memes about Columbus day. I repeatedly saw memes about how the United States was built on genocide and how certain Native Americans were the original Founding Fathers. Both of these statements are absolutely unfounded and utterly false. It’s similar to the idea that the Founders were responsible for slavery; it’s just wrong.... Read More

World War III – A Scenario Worth Reviewing

World War III – A Scenario Worth Reviewing
Tensions are high around the world. Some believe that the superpowers of the world are about to collide in a massive world war. Others envision a war with China or Russia in a one-on-one scenario. Either way, most know that something big is about to occur. Unfortunately, this might be sooner rather than later. The truth is that a one-on-one scenario is... Read More

Breaking Down Globalism

Breaking Down Globalism
The idea of globalism can be complex. This article aims to simplify it. It is understood that there are elements that could be expanded upon, but I have chosen not to do this for the sake of simplicity. Essentially, there are two main camps in regard to globalism; pro-globalists and anti-globalists. The anti-globalists are all about popular sovereignty. By definition,... Read More