Monthly Archives: July 2017

Time for Talk On N.Korea Is ‘Over’ – US Envoy to UN

The US envoy to the UN, Nikki Haley, has said that the time for talk on North Korea is “over,” and that another weak UNSC resolution is “worse than nothing.” Tensions are flaring over Pyongyang’s recent tests of what it said were intercontinental ballistic missiles.

False Promises, True Failures

The history of government promises versus what is actually delivered should add significant skepticism to the claims of most politicians. Stefan Molyneux describes how communism had to sabotage the United States of America with a welfare state due to the success of capitalism in reducing

Something is Wrong with MSNBC

Something strange is happening to MSNBC. The information they present as news is just pure fiction, or social justice warrior insanity. Have a look, and you’ll see some serious problems!

Are The Elite Getting Ready To Go All Out?

The case with Debbie Wasserman Shultz gets shadier and shadier. EU is forcing Poland and other countries to take refugees. CIA director made the statement that he would like to see regime change in NK & NK responding that they will defend themselves. Syrian rebels

Myth-Busters: Poisonous Protectionism

The ideas of protectionism and mercantilism are as old as the hills. When implemented, they distort the market and create tremendous economic problems. Nevertheless, there’s always a litany of excuses for government to tilt the tables in one direction or other. Ron Paul goes through

Tensions Rise! South Korea Now Wants More THAAD Defense Systems

In the immediate aftermath of North Korea testing an intercontinental ballistic missile, South Korean President Moon Jae-in ordered talks with the US about adding more Terminal High-Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) missile interceptor systems to South Korea. While the move may seem like a common-sense defensive

Abby Martin & Venezuela’s Minister of Economic Planning

Today in the corporate media, Venezuela’s economic problems are used to paint the country as a failed state, in need of foreign-backed regime change. To get the Bolivarian government’s side of the crisis, Abby Martin interviews Venezuela’s Minister of Economic Planning, Ricardo Menéndez. They discuss

Qatar Gives The U.S. The Finger

A recent Congressional Subcommittee on foreign affairs tore into the terror hub ignored by previous administrations that is Qatar. But Qatar isn’t backing down from its support of accelerating horror. As Qatar takes its case to the United Nations. The very organization behind the genocidal

McCain Burns Down America & GOP

John McCain relished the spotlight as he threw GOP voters under the bus voting against even “skinny repeal” (eliminating medical device taxes and individual mandates) after voting for FULL REPEAL in 2015. He and Murkowski knew then that it would be vetoed by Obama and

Britain Surrenders To NWO Agenda

First it was UN Agenda 21, the UN’s agenda for the 21st century, to concentrate population to a few urban centers and limit movement. Then we got UN Agenda 2030, setting a date of 2030 for “sustainable” society. Now it looks like the date may

Get Ready for The Freefall Collapse – Mitch Feierstein

Mitch Feierstein returns to SGT report with an urgent warning, get ready for the free fall collapse. We are in a euphoric bubble blow off top, Mitch says. “I’ve been talking about the Swiss national bank intervening in the equities markets along with the European

Student Loan Debt INCREASES 457% Since 2003

As discussions about ideological divides on college campuses repeatedly hit the news, new data shows that student loan debt has increased over 457% since only 2003. In the 18 years that the New York Federal Reserve has been releasing student debt analysis, student loan balances

Mr. Trump: Veto This Bill! – Sanctions Lead To War

President Trump has suggested he will sign the new Russia, North Korea, Iran sanctions bill that the House will vote on tomorrow. Accepting the bill will be a huge surrender for a president elected to improve relations with Russia. Can he ever recover?

The Real History of The Crusades

Were the Crusades an unprovoked act of aggression on behalf of bloodthirsty Christians? Did the First Crusade mark the beginning of close to a millennium of hostility between Christianity and Islam, or did the conflict begin centuries earlier? Stefan Molyneux is joined by Dr. Duke