Are you ready for the most anticipated presidential debate in decades? There will likely be quite a few questions about the economy, and without a doubt this is an area where Trump and Clinton have some very sharp differences. The mainstream media would have us believe that the U.S. economy is in pretty good shape, and if that was true that would seem to favor Clinton. But is it actually true?
Trump is Obama’s nemesis, Hillary’s worst nightmare, and a vampire’s mirror of the Republican establishment. Before November’s election, his next outburst or reinvention will once again sorely embarrass his supporters, but perhaps not to the degree that Clinton’s erudite callousness should repel her own. It may be discomforting for some conservatives to vote for the Republican party’s duly nominated candidate, but as this Manichean two-person race ends, it is now becoming suicidal not to.
The President of "the most transparent administration ever" is shocked at how close the election has become. Having seemed to be try to shame the black community into voting for Hillary (calling it a "personal insult"), CNN reports that President Obama has found another scapegoat - blaming "misinformation" from right-wing websites for the "nail-biter."
When numbers get into the billions or trillions, they start to lose context. The U.S. national debt is one of those numbers. It currently sits at $19.5 trillion, which is actually such a large number that it is truly difficult for the average person to comprehend.
Immigration, terrorism, foreign policy, and the candidates' potentially problematic personality traits have dominated the 2016 US presidential race, and far less has been said about their proposals for the economy. But there are substantial differences between the two candidates in this respect, too, and they need to be examined.
"...And just like that, Stockholm Syndrome has set in... At least the woman’s daughter, who watched her mother willingly submit to a humiliating body search by government officials, will grow up to be an accepting model citizen... People just accept that they have to send soldiers overseas and have to submit to government intrusion for the price of being free."
The corporate mainstream media faux journalists scorn and ridicule anyone who makes the case we are currently in the midst of another Great Depression. They are paid to peddle a recovery narrative to keep the masses ignorant, sedated, and distracted by latest adventures of Caitlyn Jenner and the Kardashians. An impartial assessment of the facts reveals today’s Depression to be every bit as dreadful for the average American as it was in the 1930s
In America today, we are enjoying a standard of living that we do not deserve. We consume far more wealth than we produce. The only way we are able to do that is by going into debt. Debt takes future consumption and brings it into the present. In other words, we are damaging the future in order to make the present a little bit better.
The German government is warning its people to ‘stockpile’ food, water and cash in case of ‘war’.
“A wad of cash is another important part of any household’s emergency supplies. There may not be time to rush to a bank, and ATMs won’t work if the power is out.”