For all you Star Wars addicts, here’s a great read about how it really came about. We think you’ll like it. “I would like to share with you my personal experience of collaborating for three days in the early 70’s with Marcia Lucas and a small team of Anthroposophy scholars […]
Grant Williams is interviewed by Chris Martenson (two of our favourites) in a lengthy and complex discussion (which assumes you already have a fairly sophisticated understanding of economics and finance). It’s not for the average ‘Joe’, but if you’re concerned about protecting your retirement, it might just be for you. […]
Irwin Schiff died October 16, 2015 chained to a federal prison hospital bed in Texas. Schiff, 87 succumbed to extreme neglect by the U.S. Bureau of Prisons. Irwin Schiff was one of the bravest, most courageous American patriots our nation will ever know. The Schiff name is recognized worldwide, mostly […]
Those lucky enough, grow old, but not all who are long in the tooth can claim wisdom. Elias Alias, editor of Oath Keepers and founder of The Mental Militia demonstrates uncommon wisdom in this History Channel interview. Related Articles: Heroes and Traitors Liberty or Tyranny Mountain Man […]
By now everyone has heard about NSA’s massive new Bluffdale, Utah data collection center. Here’s the real story about who’s running the show and it’s a real shocker. Read more… We’d love to hear your questions or comments below. Thank you. * * * […]
As we get ready to retire, we must also plan to remain relevant in a society and economy that’s undergoing dramatic and continuous change. While failure to properly address this issue could have major negative consequences, it’s going to be difficult if we don’t even understand the basics of […]
Odious debt is the national debt incurred by a regime for purposes that do not serve the best interests of the nation or it’s people. Such debts are therefore considered to be personal debts of the regime that incurred them and not debts of the state or its people.
Doug Casey on how to Hedge Against Political Risk in the Greater Depression.
Gordon T. Long and Charles Hugh Smith discuss Generational Cycles in Economics and Financial Markets.