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Obama to pay US debt with trillion-dollar coins?

Trillion dollar coin debt

With the fiscal cliff averted for now, it’ll be a few weeks until the debt ceiling debate is the next major money issue in Washington. Luckily, some economists say that crisis can be curbed as well, and all it will take is one very valuable coin. By February, the United …

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Join the Internet Defense League

Internet Defense League

http://internetdefenseleague.org/ Inspired by fruitful virtual protests against the SOPA and PIPA online piracy bills, Internet activists have united their forces and formed an organization to protect the web from “bad laws and monopolies.” The idea of an Internet Defense League was first suggested by Tiffiniy Cheng, the head of the …

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Pentagon doesn’t know where $6.5 trillion went, audit reveals

Pentagon audit

By Jay Syrmopoulos A new Department of Defense Inspector General’s report, released last week, has left Americans stunned at the jaw-dropping lack of accountability and oversight. The glaring report revealed the Pentagon couldn’t account for $6.5 trillion dollars worth of Army general fund transactions and data, according to a report …

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FIFA investigation is really an attack on Russia by the US

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Everyone knows that FIFA is corrupt, but why are they being investigated now and why from the United States of all places? The country where political, corporate and banking corruption is just part of doing business. Whilst on one level it’s good to see FIFA finally taken to the woodshed over their …

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Social Security will fail by next decade: Harvard Study

Social Security

The Social Security Administration projects that its trust funds will be depleted by 2033-not an optimistic forecast. But it may be even bleaker than that. New studies from Harvard and Dartmouth researchers find that the SSA’s actuarial forecasts have been consistently overstating the financial health of the program’s trust funds since 2000. …

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Ukraine and United States caught lying about Russia…again!

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Members of the Senate Armed Services Committee first viewed the graphic pictures in December. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R., Okla.) then obtained the photos and worked to independently verify and confirm the authenticity of the photos, before providing them exclusively to the Free Beacon. Inhofe said he hopes the images act as …

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WikiLeaks: US undermining democracy in Ecuador

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In the months leading up to Ecuador’s October 2006 presidential election, the US Embassy in Quito claimed to be impartial. Rather than supporting one particular candidate, then-US ambassador Linda Jewell said the embassy only wanted to help facilitate “a fair and transparent electoral process”. However, diplomatic cables published by WikiLeaks show that …

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US airstrikes in sovereign Syria an excuse to get at Assad

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President Barack Obama on Wednesday outlined his plan to authorize broader US military involvement for hunting down the fighters of the notorious Islamic State jihadist group in Iraq, Syria and “wherever they exist.” In a public address to the American people, President Obama announced that the US will “conduct a systematic …

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The 11th Anniversary of 9/11 – Paul Craig Roberts

9/11

The article below was written for the Journal of 9/11 Studies for the eleventh anniversary of September 11, 2001, the day that terminated accountable government and American liberty. It is posted here with the agreement of the editors. In order to understand the improbability of the government’s explanation of 9/11, …

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Maduro planning to swap Venezuela’s gold for dollars

Nicolas Maduro Venezuela gold dollars

It was almost exactly two years ago when a cash-strapped Venezuela quietly conducted its first, little-noticed gold-for-cash swap with Citigroup, as part of which Nicolas Maduro converted part of his nation’s gold reserves into at least $1 billion in cash courtesy of the US bank. As Reuters reported then, the …

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Caught on tape: NSA recruitment drive goes horribly wrong

NSA recruitment

On Tuesday, the National Security Agency called at the University of Wisconsin on a recruitment drive. Attending the session was Madiha R Tahir, a journalist studying a language course at the university. She asked the squirming recruiters a few uncomfortable questions about the activities of NSA: which countries the agency considers to …

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Mainstream media in collapse

Mainstream media

Trust in America’s mainstream media is continuing its downward cycle, falling to new lows in recent years as major newspapers lose more and more credibility. According to a recent Gallup survey, “Americans’ confidence in newspapers fell slightly to 23 percent this year, from 25 percent in 2012 and 28 percent …

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10 dire consequences of Obama’s re-election victory

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What does an Obama re-election mean for the next four years in America? Now that he’s in his second and last term, of course, Obama no longer needs to restrain his actions according to popularity. He can simply unleash any desirable executive order and rule by decree, bypassing Congress as he has frequently …

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UN plan to disarm the American people

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“Complete disarmament” of the American people. The UN Arms Trade Treaty that has been identified by observers as a flagrant threat to the second amendment and which Barack Obama is determined to sign has its roots in a 1961 State Department memorandum which explains how the United Nations will oversee …

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Trust in mainstream media at all time low

Mainstream media

Americans have less trust in the mainstream media than ever before, according to the latest findings by Gallup. Only forty percent say they have any level of trust in the media to report accurately and fairly. The figure once again represents an all time low, and has significantly declined from a …

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US national debt hits $18 trillion, 70% increase under Obama

Obama debt

The national debt increased $32 billion dollars in one day to surpass $18 trillion on November 30. That’s a 70% gain under President Obama, who inherited a $10.6 trillion debt when he took office. Keep in mind, Obama was elected in part on the promise of addressing the national debt. …

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