SHTF Plan – by Mac Slavo
Rents are becoming unaffordable for many Americans, even those in the middle class. Because the cost of buying property, maintaining it, and covering property taxes has jumped, so have the costs of renting.
A new report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University calculates that 10.9 million renters spent more than 50% of their income on housing in 2018. That equates to one in four renters. Moreover, there were 6 million more cost-burdened renters in 2018 than in 2001. Households with incomes of at least $75,000 accounted for more than three-quarters of the growth in renters from 2010 to 2018. Continue reading “Economic Woes: 1-In-4 Renters Are Now Spending Over Half Their Income On Housing”
Wall Street on Parade
During his testimony to the Senate Banking Committee yesterday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell let it slip out, for the first time, that the Federal Reserve has had a 10-year game plan to deal with the financial crisis. In response to a question on cyber threats from Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska, Powell stated the following: Continue reading “Fed Chair Tells Congress There Is a 10-Year “Game Plan” to Deal with Financial Crisis But No Plan to Deal with Americans Left Devastated By It”
Activist Post – by Michael Edwards
I am sad to report that today, February 14, 2020, Activist Post and the wider independent media community has lost one of its greatest contributors: Catherine J. Frompovich.
Regular readers should be familiar with her depth of knowledge on many issues, but it was her twin focus of vaccine awareness and the health concerns of smart technology for which she will be most remembered. Continue reading “In Memory Of Catherine J. Frompovich — Health Advocate and Activist”
Take Back Your Power
At the end of January, Das Bundesamt für Umwelt (Bafu), sent a letter to all of the country’s cantonal governments, calling a halt on the use of all new 5G towers, due to health risks.
However, Swiss telcos are still stating that the network will be switched on very soon, in a “limited capacity.” Switzerland was among the first to begin deploying 5G, and have already rolled out more than 2,000 antennas in the last year. Continue reading “Switzerland’s Environmental Agency Announces National Moratorium on 5G”
Breitbart – by Charlie Spiering
President Donald Trump on Tuesday celebrated that the top tech companies now had market caps over a trillion dollars, and noted the initials of the companies that spelled MAGA.
“We have four trillion-dollar companies, one is Microsoft, one is Apple, one is Google, one is Amazon,” Trump said. “So you have an M, you have an A, you have a G, you have an A — You have MAGA.” Continue reading “Donald Trump Celebrates ‘MAGA’ Trillion Dollar Tech: Microsoft, Apple, Google, Amazon”
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Expert Review by: Maryam Henein
You may have heard about China’s social credit system — a dystopian monitoring scheme focused on the moral dimension of human life and behavior — which was conceived in 2014 and rolled out in in earnest in 2018. As reported by Business Insider in October that year:1 Continue reading “Will Google’s Social Credit System Determine Your Future?”
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – Authorities have uncovered a cross-border tunnel that stretches more than three-quarters of a mile, making it the longest of its kind ever discovered along the Southwest border, the U.S. Border Patrol announced Wednesday.
The 4,309-foot tunnel starts in Tijuana, in an industrial area about a half mile west of the Otay Mesa Port of Entry, according to the Border Patrol. It ends in California, in the Otay Mesa warehouse district in San Diego, where agents discovered several hundred sand bags blocking what they suspect was the former exit, the agency said. An offshoot from the main tunnel ended without breaching the surface. Continue reading “4,309-foot-long tunnel in San Diego is longest ever discovered along Southwest border”
An earthquake that hit offshore of Jamaica Tuesday has been upgraded to magnitude 7.7, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
The quake hit 77.6 miles north-northwest of Lucea in Jamaica.
A tsunami threat message has been issued by the U.S. National Weather Service’s Pacific Tsunami Warning Center after the earthquake hit. Continue reading “Magnitude 7.7 earthquake hits Caribbean Sea off the coast of Jamaica, tsunami threat message issued”
Dr Joseph Mercola
Over the past decade, I’ve written many articles discussing the evidence of biological harm from nonionizing electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation.
While the wireless industry is built on the premise that the only type of radiation capable of causing harm is ionizing — X-rays being one example — researchers have for a long time warned that even nonionizing and non-heating radiation can jeopardize your health. This includes not only human health, but also that of plants and animals. Continue reading “Addressing EMF Pollution — A 21st Century Health Imperative”
Activist Post – by Catherine Frompovich
This probably will be my last OP-ED and/or article to ActivistPost.com, which means I know what I talk about as I am spending my last time on Earth in a hospice facility in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
At $360+ per day I find life living here is not according to holistic principles, which should not be! Continue reading “What You Get For $360 Per Day”
Paul Craig Roberts
America is a country of scandals. The latest scandal is the Jewish multi-billionaire Mike Bloomberg’s use of prison labor call centers to spread the message of his presidential campaign. https://theintercept.com/2019/12/24/mike-bloomberg-2020-prison-labor/
It seems to me that Bloomberg’s attack on the American Constitution is the scandal, not his use of prison labor. Bloomberg wants to repeal the Second Amendment and disarm the American people right at the time that the country is falling apart spiritualy, morally, economically, and politically. Continue reading “Privatization Is Resurrecting Feudalism”
New Canaan Advertiser – by Steven Pearlstein
There is a battle going on for the future of American business. On one side are a handful of giant corporations that dominate their industries. On the other are the smaller companies they compete against, buy from, or sell to, and the workers they hire. And what you need to know is that under President Donald Trump, the Justice Department is routinely weighing in on the side of the corporate giants. Continue reading “From Hollywood to Silicon Valley, the Justice Department is backing corporate giants”
This explores the overlooked evidence of the Kennedy assassination.
News with Views – by Servando Gonzales
Big mega corporations are a new form of slavery.
People who see corporations as something normal have exactly the same mindset as the people in the 19th Century who saw slavery as a normal, legitimate and just “peculiar” institution, far different from the very harsh slave systems existing in other countries, and that southern slavery had no impact on those living in northern states. Continue reading “The Corporation: A Peculiar Institution”