Category Archives: Economy

Food Prices Drop in Mexico as Trump Threatens to Cancel NAFTA

THE SUNDAY POST 01/29/1917 IS TRUMP A SLY ACHIEVER? Trump’s Threat to Cancel NAFTA has Caused a Reduction in Food Prices in Mexico. During an interview of both Canadian and Mexican citizens in preparation for this article this Canadian sentiment was voiced.  It may also be the sentiment of other non US Citizens. “Why should […]

Is NAFTA Good for the US or an International Scam?

SUNDAY POST 12-18-2016 Donald Trump has said he will make changes to our international trade agreements, including the China agreement and NAFTA.  If he doesn’t do anything else but this he will have done more for this country than George Bush and Bill Clinton did to harm this country by authoring and  getting the NAFTA […]

BREAKING Revolution in Mexico?

SUNDAY POST The below photo’s  come from media boots on the ground via cell phones. An attempt to keep photos and reporting  from the Mexican and US public, is ongoing. Its reported that Google is blocking pictures. Sources say that the incident began with a peaceful demonstration because of recent changes in Mexican laws that relate to the performance […]

The Beginning of a Constituent Revolution.

A great Post, unedited. It is what it is.   On The New Definition Of “Rich”, A $620 Billion Tax Hike Offset By $15 Billion In Spending Cuts, And Much More   Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/01/2013 09:49 -0500 We greet the new year with an America that has a Fiscal Cliff deal. Actually no, it doesn’t […]

The Federal Reserve Authorized a Money Laundering Bank

SUNDAY POST _UPDATE 9-24-2016_ Elizabeth Warren’s somewhat impetuous questioning of Wells Fargo’s CEO John Stumph got great reviews from our mainstream media looking for blood.  It prompted this author to look behind the stage curtain to see what part of the play Elizabeth Warren portraying with shaking finger, raised eyes and total disdain for the […]

Bachmann and Paul refuse to vote on HR3630

At lunch time in Washington on 12/20/2011 a vote was held for HR 3630.  This is not the proposed bill passed by the Senate that extends unemployment benefits and employment tax relief. HR 3630 was put up by the Republicans to see if they could talk about the bill passed by the Republicans.  Passage of […]

Newt Gingrich’s money, crack cocaine and the Nicaraguan Contras

It appears that the populace in this country is beginning to mirror the civil unrest in other countries.  Citizens here are frustrated and don’t know how to dig themselves out of this quandary.  This frustration is most visible and understandable in the old demonstrations organized and executed by the “Occupy” movement.  This movement is comprised […]

America’s secret weapon

“Putting people first has always been America’s secret weapon. It’s the way we’ve kept the spirit of our revolutions alive a spirit that drives us to dream and dare, and take great risks for a greater good” — Ronald Reagan.     Both political parties are elected to represent their constituents. These constituents are people […]

Banks Stop Americans from Purchasing and Selling Guns-God Bless America and Citi Bank

This article appeared on this blog in 2011. We decided to edit it and re post it. Its one of those rare posts that apply more now than it did 4 years ago. It was posted on Labor Day 2011.  Although this was written on Labor day the real subject is the power of our banks and […]

Los Angeles meets Mr. Heartland

On a recent trip I had a stopover at the Los Angeles (LAX) airport for 3 hours. It was my first time in Los Angeles and I was passing the time in a pub that was one of the establishments near the terminal where I would eventually be on my way. It was the 4th of […]