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Inspired Idiot of the Week: US State Department

Why the ‘Netflix’ stock of 100 years ago fell by 98%

Interest on the Debt will exceed defense budget this year

Inspired Idiot of the Week: The Hawaii Supreme Court

The CBDC Indoctrination Has Begun

The ‘other’ report that was released last week was even bigger

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It’s not a prediction. It’s arithmetic.

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The Fed asks America to fill in the blanks _______

It’s interesting to see how so many mainstream voices are starting to express concern about the gargantuan size of the US national debt. For most of the past decade, even as the debt spiraled out of control and passed $20 trillion, $25 trillion, $30 trillion, etc., hardly anyone in the

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The US has a $6 trillion problem over the next twelve months

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A “Plan B” with an incredible view

Imagine waking up on a tropical mountain setting as the sun rises over the valley below. You take a dip in your infinity pool before eating a breakfast complimented by fresh mango and papaya from your own garden. And the beans for your morning coffee came from a farm just

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