(Infowars) – Alex breaks down the out of control mad spending spree by state police on 6 boats that only should have cost about $100,000 each, but instead ended up costing tax payers around $600,000 each. Read the rest of this entry »
The Film Determined to find the law that requires American citizens to pay income tax, producer Aaron Russo (“The Rose,” “Trading Places”) set out on a journey to find the evidence. This film which is neither left, nor right-wing is a startling examination of government. It exposes the systematic erosion of civil liberties in America since 1913 when the Federal Reserve system was fraudulently created. Read the rest of this entry »
MSNBC: California ‘s fiscal future lurched yet another step toward oblivion on Friday as state Controller John Chiang announced he could no longer make payments for services to disabled and blind people who need the money to pay for rent and food .Chiang said payments would most likely have to be stopped by Feb. 1. Read the rest of this entry »
There is a high chance a majority of the States within the United States of America could file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy. There are currently 46 states with high budget deficits, Arizona being one of them.
“Get the government out of the way, quit spending money, balance the budget, bring our troops home. And let the American people keep the money they earn, that means drastically reducing taxes, get the government out this over-regulation, give up on the idea that inflation solves every body’s problems.”
RHINEBECK, NY 29 September 2008 — The Greatest Depression has begun. Conditions will drastically deteriorate. We urge you to consider taking proactive and protective measures to secure your future before it’s too late.
The “Panic of ’08″ that has gripped the financial markets is but one symptom of a much greater crisis. Empire America is collapsing. The crash is under way. Those in denial refuse to see it. Others pin their hopes on politicians, bankers and brokers to miraculously repair the irreparable. Read the rest of this entry »
The U.S. government moved to cleanse banks of troubled assets and halt an exodus of investors from money markets in the biggest expansion of federal power over the financial system since the Great Depression.
“We’re talking hundreds of billions,” Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said in a press conference. “This needs to be big enough to make a real difference and get to the heart of the problem.” Read the rest of this entry »