Blaire White: Here’s Why Other Trans People Hate Me

The Second Great Depression

It is so important with mid term elections coming that we all should take notice of an undercurrent of financial distress that is poised to strike with unparallel swiftness. The onslaught of a economic catastrophe lies in wait. We have come to realize that we all live in perilous times.

The Racial Divide

The recent tragedy in Ferguson Mo. has sparked the outcry of racial tensions that have been building for quite some time. For over three decades there has been a rising tide of racial tensions sweeping across the country, A sociological transformation that has pitted the African American community against seemingly impossible odds to advance their social status. We have to remember that it just isn’t the African American community that has seen a deterioration of opportunities to advance their quality of life. Every ethnic group in the entire country has been adversely affected by a system that continues to rob the majority of the population of those opportunities. Today, we should point out that too many Americans whether they are African American or not continue to be exploited by corrupt politicians, economic policies, and our judicial system.

America Is Halfway to Becoming A Third World Country

This article explores the premise that the US is moving towards a third world country, economically speaking: “It’s a de-industrialization. Instead of moving into a modern country, it is a move in the other way. The main culprit is not the financial crisis, but the off-shoring of all middle class jobs.”

Car Sales Headed for a Crash

Mainstream media has portrayed robust auto sales, implying a resounding economy with new consumer cash being poured into pent-up demand for the latest automobiles. But there is more under the hood, and it isn’t pretty…

Social Multiequivalence: Money as Decentralization

This article redefines money as any form of social multiequivalence. It shows why money alone can preserve the whole ownership of commodities during their exchange, by representing its decentralization. Then, it shows how either money becomes further decentralized or fails its original purpose.

The Economic Policies of Ron Paul

Paul has supported Austrian School economics and has written six books on the free market system. Being for small government, he always votes against more government spending or higher taxes. Paul believes in personal liberty and measures which would limit government power to regulate the lives of people and how they spend their money. Paul says he would never raise taxes. Moreover, he would abolish the individual income tax and cut back on federal spending to 2000 levels.

Who Will Rule The World?

Who will rule the world? The answer requires understanding the story of fiat currency and where we are today.

Abstractly Represented Money: Introducing Metamoney

This article shows how the concrete representation of money leads to both private and public debt monetization in the forms of respectively fractional-reserve banking and central banking. It shows how a concrete representation of money, despite necessarily public, will always become privatized by governments, of which the resulting privately public monetary authority will increasingly expropriate the exchange value of that money. Then, it shows how the abstract representation of money prevents all this: the debt monetization, the privatization of what represents money, and the ever-increasing expropriation of its exchange value by a privately public authority.

Should the Social Security Age Be Raised to 72?

Social Security has been in trouble for sometime. Recent estimates put the depletion of the fund at 2033. A change needs to occur for this great piece of American legislature to remain active and strong.

A Cashless Society and the Mark of the Beast

It was recently announced that cash will no longer be accepted on the London Bus system and the use of plastic cards, which can be preloaded with credit, will be insisted upon. This follows on from a similar announcement in Kenya where public transport will also go cashless and switch to an electronic system of payment. The move towards cashless transactions is very much an increasing trend and governments throughout the world are pushing the idea of a “cashless society” i.e. a world where all payments are made electronically. Obviously, proper records will have to be kept and these will have to be readily available to all those concerned. Important and powerful, global organizations including the UN are involved but developments along these lines could have massive implications for individual freedom and privacy.

Death Of A Bank

The Cameron office died last year. Four people lost their jobs. Hundreds of voices were recorded. They were all erased but one, and you aren’t supposed to hear it. I am supposed to be too busy sacrificing to tell you. Oh, OK…

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