The Federal Reserve raised the interest rate one-quarter of a percent. In response, the US dollar dropped by 1%, gold rose a bit, and stocks skyrocketed. Debt is soaring while the GDP is falling, which is the forerunner of inflation and depression at the same time. Ron Paul predicts that the Fed will not allow liquidation of bad debt to restore value to the monetary system and it will not re-institute the gold standard. Instead, it will follow the Japanese model with the same result. He also predicts that Trump’s budget will dramatically increase military spending, but his proposed cuts will not come to pass. –GEG
Apple CEO Tim Cook pledged $2 million to the ADL and the SPLC, who have targeted conservatives for years and have applied the word “hate” to almost any point of view that is contrary to their leftist ideology. […]
While the list of statues that leftists want removed grows, opponents call for the removal of historical monuments honoring Democrats who were racially biased, Vladimir Lenin and former President Bill Clinton. […]
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Nearly all the interest the Federal Reserve collects on government debt is rebated to the Treasury each year. However, the banking cartel is able to use tax dollars to pay 100% of its operating expenses with a blank check. […]
In this interview, G. Edward Griffin exposes the dark secret behind money creation and shows how bankers help create laws that legalize their crimes. How this money monopoly can be dismantled is discussed along with other important issues relating to the banking system. […]
The Federal Reserve has hiked interest rates three times since Trump was elected, but only once during Obama’s eight years. This has led to the suspicion that the Fed is trying to undermine Trump’s economic programs and his voter support. […]