Elections_Speculation Time

Election time always is accompanied by speculations.Just look right now at Bush’s poor skills at campaigning showing themselves with multiple repetitions and flip flops and Trump demeaning him in the eyes of the voters who may have thought there was something there. Bush is becoming already almost a “has run”…and with so much money left […]

Claim Jumpers in the Gold Field

By Rebel Fagin There’s gold in them thar hills, blue gold that is. From the Sacramento River to the Jordan River the drought is good news for disaster capitalists. These people believe in market fundamentalism. Under this belief system water is a commodity and not a right. To these corporations: Vivendi, Suez, Veolia, Terrier, Nestles, […]

Revolution? To the contrary, We the People demand .01% arrests to enforce OBVIOUS Constitutional law

“The danger is quite severe. The problem with what the president is doing is that he’s not simply posing a danger to the constitutional system. He’s becoming the very danger the Constitution was designed to avoid. That is the concentration of power in every single branch.” – Law professor Jonathan Turley explains in 1-minute video during Congressional testimony 3-minute video from StormCloudsGathering: […]

Media Facing Grammatical Crisis

The media are facing a grammatical crisis. The New York Times, for one, still writes “the media is.” Part two of this insult to thinking people is the relative use of “crisis.” The crisis issue was made evident in a recent New York Times article on Bill Cosby’s latest legal woes. “There is no benefit […]

Who runs the Fed? (Cui bono?)

by guest author, professor of Law and Public Finance, Timothy A. Canova. I’ve been at two economic conferences with Tim, and admire his intellectual integrity. Tim’s article is excellent to answer the ever-important question: Cui bono? First 558 words (of 3,413), courtesy of Dissent (full article here) The 2008 financial crisis challenged many orthodox assumptions in finance […]