MORAL ARMORS Economic Warning for Americans

For years we've suffered under recession, prompting us to ask, When will it end? My answer is, "It's only the beginning."

Historically, recessions are the result of high interest rates, pushed up as the result of loose money policies. Recovery comes when citizens begin to spend more wisely, save money and pay off their debts, but not this time. Never before have credit policies been so loose for so long, and there has been no decrease in consumer debt. It's still on the rise, but Americans are NOT fundamentally to blame; immoral monetary policy is.

Banks used to consider a safe loan applicant to have a 36% or less Debt to Income Ratio (debt divided by gross income). This percentage is a time-proven figure indicating the financial health of an individual. Now, during the worst economy in twenty years and with no signs of recovery, our banks gladly loan to applicants with a 56% Debt to Income. What has changed? Are banks suddenly more generous? I don't think so. One good question to ask is, Why are banks willing to accept the additional risk? But the real question to ask is, Where is this money coming from?

Not one in a thousand Americans knows the true nature of our banking system, so they have no idea that what happened in 1929 is about to happen again. Nor do they know that it was done deliberately then, and is being done deliberately now.

We have in this country one of the most corrupt institutions known to Man, and I refer to the Federal Reserve. Since it's inception in 1913, every dollar created has interest being paid on it as if it were borrowed. This debt cannot be extinguished without destroying the currency itself, and has spawned a nightmare of debt that presently amounts to over $360 Billion in interest paid per year, accounting for half the personal income tax of the nation. Due to this, America is forced to create $7 Billion daily to cover the $1 Billion it pays in interest daily due to the Federal Reserve System. This is where the public comes in.

Federal Reserve bankers have to find a way to spend $6 Billion every day while masking the inflation it causes. Throughout the nineties it was done through real estate and the stock market. Now it is almost exclusively being put into real estate. How on Earth could so many mortgage companies be offering interest only, no money down, multi-hundred thousand or million dollar loans with high applicant debt ratios?

Here is a hypothetical example of what's going to happen: Your mortgage banker tells you that with a 56% debt ratio, you can afford a $300,000 home, no money down. You secure the loan at 4%, costing $1432 per month. A few years later, you're thrown out of work for three months. Back payments amount to $4296 plus late fees, legal fees, etc., and another $5k on cars, credit cards and everything else. Unable to catch up, you'll try to refinance, but interest rates have moved up to 7%. A $310,000 loan now costs $2062 per month-more than you can afford, but banks will have tightened lending policies back to 36% and you no longer qualify for the home you own anyway. Accounting for all other debt, you now qualify for a shocking $360 per month. You are trapped, and the new bankruptcy laws they pushed for will never let you walk away.

You owned this home in a perfect numbers scenario, but any complications-unemployment, salary reduction, interest rate increase, debt ratio change, bruised credit rating, depressed home values--and you're cooked. One mishap and every financial measure works against you. Your financial angel has suddenly become your greatest enemy. Welcome to the Federal Reserve System and their freshly engineered worldwide depression.

If you were to approach the housing market fresh, you would find that you only qualify for a $55k house now, along with the market of buyers you were hoping to unload your balloon-house on. The bank forecloses, auctions it off and you're personally responsible for the difference, which could be massive. Bankruptcy is right around the corner, and deplorably, you are the only one who will be held accountable. You will then be a debt slave as the Federal Reserve intends, and game over.

My advice is to get as financially stable as you can. Mathematically, our situation is much worse than that of the Great Depression. No matter how generous these bankers appear, pare down monthly outlays to 36% D/I or less. Set aside three to six months of mortgage payments in case you become unemployed. Make sure you can ride out the storm.

We are coming to a point in American society to where it's either them or us, and mass awareness is the key to our survival. Most believe the Federal Reserve is a part of the government, but it's just a name. The Fed is a private corporation set up for private gain, with a dark history of stock market crashes, financial panics, political manipulation and ultimately, mass poverty and hunger riots. Our struggle is not new: currency control has switched from public to private hands EIGHT times since our country's inception, and needs to be reclaimed by the people, one last time.

Don't think you can play helpless and expect our political leaders to protect you from financial calamity; they never have. You must become Morally Armed on your own. Don't be coaxed into believing the system is optimized for the good of all. The Federal Reserve System is not an equitable institution, and it was never intended to be. They believe if they have us strung out on debt, we are no threat to them. Let us prove otherwise.

Currency reform is the most important issue facing Americans today. How it plays out will determine whether you and your children eat or not, whether you have a place to live or even a future to look forward to. The major media will ridicule anyone speaking against the Fed, so to validate history's greatest moral dilemma for yourself, just google "Jackson bank veto."

America must abolish the Federal Reserve System to regain control over the economy and our government. For a concise history of world monetary policy and how it shapes world events, see Moral Armor. Then share this knowledge with your friends. Email this article to everyone in your address book and stay tuned for further developments. We'll change the system together and bring a brighter dawn to Mankind.

Copyright 2005 Ronald E Springer

Ronald E. Springer is the Author/Philosopher of Moral Armor, the world's first fully-integrated moral philosophy based on the nature of Man. Featured on The Mitch Albom Show, NBC and FOX News radio affiliates, Mr. Springer is available for interviews, speaking engagements, philosophy workshops and seminars. Please contact [email protected] or visit http://www.MoralArmor.com for details.

In The News:

The Art of Navigating a Family Political Discussion, Peacefully  The AtlanticLots of American families fight, but most are unlikely to fight about politics: In a study released last month on the extent to which Americans live in “bubbles,” 39 ...
Marching has returned as a force in British politics  The EconomistTHE GREAT achievement of parliamentary democracy is to take politics off the streets. In the 18th and early 19th centuries Britain was a land of people on the ...
On Politics: Fed Says No Rate Increases in 2019  The New York TimesJerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, said interest rates would remain unchanged and provided a fairly downbeat economic assessment.
Chicago's Democratic socialists on brink of transforming city's politics  The GuardianSix Democratic socialists may join city council this year, reflecting the progressive momentum in national politics.
Blame politics for power sector ills  Economic TimesElectricity distribution companies (discoms), which buy power from generators and transmission units and sell it to final users, went 27% deeper into the red in ...
On Politics: Pompeo’s Iran Plan Deepens Tensions  The New York TimesMike Pompeo wants to designate Iran's Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist group, which the U.S. has never done with a unit of another government's military.
Politics, Productivity & Population: Why The Chinese Economy Flew and India's Just Grew  Forbes50 years ago, China and India were roughly equal in terms of GDP per capita. Today, China is multiples ahead of India. Three key differences between the two ...
Jacinda Ardern – and why we need more women in politics  CNBCTV18Jacinda Ardern. Most of us had barely heard of her name before last week. And, today she is known pretty much across the world that follows the news.
The Labour Party, 'institutional antisemitism' and irresponsible politics  Open DemocracyHow a wrong diagnosis can be bad for Jews, the party and the fight against racism. Antony Lerman. 21 March 2019. Journalists collect a copy of the ...
Don't use my name in politics: Puneeth Rajkumar  Deccan HeraldPower Star Puneeth Rajkumar on Wednesday said that he will not support any politician or be part of any political party. The actor's reaction came two days after ...
Sunday Politics  NPRWe look at the week in politics, including President Trump's response to the mosque shootings in New Zealand.
Dying of whiteness: how racial politics backfires on white Americans  Vox.comJonathan Metzl explains how racism gets whites to support policies that hurt them.
Social media code to prevent political misuse by this evening  Economic TimesNew Delhi | Bengaluru: Social media companies, including Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp, have agreed to prepare a general code of ethics by Wednesday ...
Millennials care more about date's politics than good sex: survey  New York Post An interesting finding from a recent OK Cupid survey: dating within one's political party has gone up as a priority, while good sex has gone down. What that might ...
German politicians split over bankrolling Deutsche Bank merger  ReutersA political rift has emerged in Berlin over whether Germany should put its financial muscle behind a merger of Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, politicians ...
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Mueller-ing It Over  The AtlanticPresident Donald Trump told reporters he supports releasing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's findings to the public. Plus: Who is funding Maria Butina?
Opinion | DeMo, #MainBhiChowkidar and politics of non-cynicism  LivemintA key feature of Modi's tenure is an appeal to the voter to help oneself and think beyond self-interest.
Petition to revoke article 50 exceeds 1m signatures amid site crashes  The GuardianMore than a million people have signed a plea for article 50 to be revoked. The list of names grew so rapidly on Thursday that the parliamentary petition website ...
Long Thai crisis morphed coup leader's career into politics  Fox NewsPrayuth Chan-ocha became prime minister in a very Thai way: He led a military coup.
Fashion meets politics: How Modi jackets are creating a storm this election season  Economic TimesBandhgala jackets with PM Narendra Modi or Rahul Gandhi's face printed on them are becoming a rage.
In Assam, Nostalgia Shelters Asom Gana Parishad's Flexible Regional Beliefs  The WireFrom its inception in 1985, there are numerous instances when the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) compromised the interests of the region. Every time, people ...
Week In Politics: Trump Visits Ohio After General Motors Plant Closes  WBURPresident Trump is visiting Ohio this week after he blamed a local union leader over the weekend for the closure of a GM plant.
Brexit: EU leaders discuss UK request for article 50 extension - Politics live  The GuardianRolling coverage of the day's political developments as they happen, including Theresa May at the Brussels summit where EU leaders will decide whether to ...
India-Pakistan cricket row over army caps and politics in sport  Al Jazeera EnglishSanctions sought after the Indian cricket team wore military caps in a match amid recent Kashmir tensions.
The sport of politics: Where Rathore hit bull's eye and Bhutia missed a sitter  Economic TimesSports stars have long dotted the political firmament and will do so again this election with seasoned names like Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Kirti Azad and ...
Goa politics without Parrikar is fragile just now  Deccan HeraldGoa politics will not be the same without Manohar Parrikar. The polity of the state has turned fragile without its charismatic leader.
The Brexit blame game – Politics Weekly podcast  The GuardianSonia Sodha is joined by Jonathan Freedland, Ellie Mae O'Hagan and Katy Balls to discuss next week's looming Brexitgeddon. Plus: with another People's Vote ...
The Maybot's binary messages have become just a series of noughts  The GuardianAn unfamiliar sound was heard in the Commons. Not the call of a stray rodent, but the voice of Jeremy Corbyn. While there may be some virtue in keeping quiet ...
Corbyn walks out of PM's Brexit meeting over Umunna invitation  The GuardianJeremy Corbyn has walked out of an early evening meeting of party leaders with Theresa May after he realised that the prime minister had invited the ...
Pathetic, incoherent, chaotic: Europe's verdict on Brexit shambles  The GuardianUK's reputation for diplomacy, pragmatism and self-restraint has all but gone, say politicians and officials across EU.
Buttigieg: We need generational change in politics  MSNBCMayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg, continues his discussion on Morning Joe, talking about his foreign policy views, North Korea, racial divisions, the ...
On Politics: Senate Rejects Trump’s National Emergency  The New York TimesCongress has now voted for the first time to block a presidential emergency declaration, though not by enough to override President Trump's promised veto.
Politics is religion, and the right is getting ready for the end times  The Washington PostAs politics has become a religion in so many lives, political discourse has taken on theological overtones. I am not referring to President Trump's accusation of a ...
Shining on Tourist Maps, Missing from Politics: How Andamans, Lakshadweep Struggle to Find Place in India...  News18The electoral irrelevance of the islands of Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep is, perhaps, part of the larger problem of politics and policy being ...
JCB backs Johnson's leadership bid with a further £15000 gift  The GuardianBoris Johnson has received another £15,000 from the pro-Brexit digger maker JCB, figures show, part of a mass of donations to potential Conservative ...
How a double murder inspired a new politics in Slovakia  Financial TimesSix years ago, Zuzana Caputova was a little-known lawyer fighting the expansion of a toxic landfill site outside the Slovak capital, Bratislava. Now she is the ...
Djokovic ready for tennis, not politics  Sydney Morning HeraldWorld No.1 Novak Djokovic has dismissed any suggestion of friction with Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal as tennis politics spilled over to the Miami Open.
The Division 2 and the Severing of Politics from Video Games  The New YorkerSimon Parkin on how video-game developers have continued to borrow politically charged settings while arguing that their games are politically impartial.
How Christchurch has changed politics  The Australian Financial ReviewA couple of weeks ago, Mathias Cormann and Scott Morrison were linking refugees to franking credits. Not boat people who the government classifies as illegal ...
What animals can teach us about politics | Science  The GuardianDecades of studying primates has convinced me that animal politics are not so different from our own – and even in the wild, leadership is about much more than ...
Arun Jaitley says dynasty politics can't continue; people not fools, rebuts Congress  India TodayUnion finance minister Arun Jaitley has said the people of India have suffered enough because of dynasty politics of the Congress. Arun Jaitley said dynasty ...
Beto-mania and Our Cult of Personality Politics  National ReviewThe constant refrain that he's this generation's Robert F. Kennedy is an interesting play on the time-tested effort by Democratic candidates to claim the Kennedy ...
Sharad Pawar accuses PM Modi of not attending political party meet after Pulwama attack  Economic TimesNCP chief Sharad Pawar on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of not attending a meeting of political parties convened by the government after the ...
New Mueller probe revelations explain Trump's rage  CNNPresident Donald Trump looks -- and is acting -- rattled and encircled by the Russia investigation. And a series of *fresh* disclosures on Tuesday show there is ...
Brexit: Ireland determined to avoid no-deal scenario as UK plays politics with the Irish border  The Conversation - UKDespite the UK parliament's decision to reject a no-deal Brexit, unless MPs at Westminster finally agree Theresa May's Brexit deal, or the EU agrees to give the ...
On Politics: Trump’s $12 Billion Border Request  The New York TimesGood Monday morning. Here are some of the stories making news in Washington and politics today. • President Trump plans to begin a *fresh* effort on Monday to ...
Responsibility to change face of Uttar Pradesh politics: Priyanka Gandhi writes open letter  India TodayIn the letter, Priyanka Gandhi called herself a soldier of the Congress party and said that she has been entrusted with the responsibility to change the face of ...
Are Beto and Amy O'Rourke the future of politics or the past?  The Washington PostBeto's campaign for president has put his marriage in the spotlight, showcasing a relationship that is at once the most modern and most traditional of any 2020 ...
Facebook's Role in Politics Keeps Growing, Cross Screen Media CEO Says  BloombergCross Screen Media Chief Executive Officer Michael Beach and Bloomberg's Tom Giles discuss President Donald Trump's claims that social media companies ...
The Taste With Vir: In politics we trust - India's new gurus and godmen  Hindustan TimesIn this week's column of The Taste With Vir, Vir Sanghvi throws light on politics, godmen and the new gurus of India.
What Shah Faesal Said While Launching a New Political Party in Kashmir  The WireThe former IAS officer has promised to bridge the gap between Pakistan and India to find a peaceful resolution to the Kashmir dispute.
Labour formally adopts definition of Islamophobia | Politics  The GuardianAll-party parliamentary group definition says Islamophobia is 'rooted in racism'
Donald Trump Jr and John Bolton berate UK leaders over Brexit  The GuardianDonald Trump Jr and the US national security adviser, John Bolton, spoke out over Brexit on Tuesday in what appeared to be a coordinated intervention by the ...
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Jair Ally  The AtlanticPresident Trump said during a joint press conference with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro that he intends to designate Brazil as a "major non-NATO ally."
After Terror, Polarizing Politics in India  The New York TimesPrime Minister Narendra Modi and his party seem to be exploiting the deaths of paramilitary soldiers in a terrorist attack for political gains ahead of national ...
Political Cornflakes: Expelling the Electoral College? It's an idea some top Democrats cheer.  Salt Lake TribuneSome of the top Democratic candidates among the crowded presidential field have embraced the idea of dumping the Electoral College. When Sen. Elizabeth ...
Analysis: The trouble with playing politics with foreign policy  The HinduThe current domestic hostilities over foreign policy questions, and public litigation of those make mature policy-making an uphill task for India.
Should SNL be less political? A lot of Americans think so  Fast CompanyIt's not just Donald Trump who thinks Saturday Night Live should pump the brakes on politics.
‘Voters must choose between development and politics of fear’  Times of IndiaIndia News: Union minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari returned to Delhi on Tuesday after playing a key role in installing a new government in ...
Politics Podcast: Which 2020 Candidates Have Had The Best Rollouts So Far?  FiveThirtyEightThe Democratic primary field is taking shape. In this episode of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew debates which candidates have done the best job ...
Brexit is not the cause of Britain’s political breakdown. It’s a symptom  The GuardianWe are an international laughing stock at the moment. But something like this has been coming for decades, writes Guardian columnist Gary Younge.
Medicare for All Is Not Just Good Politics—It's Good for Business, Too  The NationHaving health insurance tethered to employment is a terrible idea.
Reparations Are a Moral Imperative and Political Disaster  BloombergHow Democrats can lead the discussion on racial inequality.
Black Thursday: Britain humiliated on global stage as it begs EU for more time  Politics.co.ukAfter three years, the inevitable moment of humiliation and disgrace has finally arrived. Theresa May is going to have to beg European leaders for more time to ...
The Secret Political History of Queen Esther  Tablet MagazinePresidential election season in America is heating up in a political environment that feels more polarized than ever. At such a precarious moment, it is valuable ...
Political war breaks out over Nirav Modi's arrest  India TodayWest Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee critised the Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government over the arrest of fugitive diamond merchant Nirav ...
Playing Politics with the Jamaat in Kashmir  The Hindu CentreThe Jamaat-e-Islami, Jammu and Kashmir, was recently banned by the Union Home Ministry for the third time in its chequered history. Oddly enough ...
The International Politics of Gut Health  Scientific AmericanA recent study by researchers from the University of Minnesota provides evidence that the gut bacteria—or "microbiome"—of Asian populations, specifically ...
Trump attacks McCain again, saying he didn’t get a ‘thank you’ for approving late senator’s funeral  The Washington Post"I didn't get a thank you. That's okay. We sent him on the way. But I wasn't a fan of John McCain,” Trump said at an event in Ohio, even as Republican senators ...
'Terrible': Tory despair over leadership deepens but May ploughs on  The GuardianSeveral times during the torrid Brexit drama of the past two years, Theresa May has adopted her own version of what Tony Blair used to call his “masochism ...
Politics, Fed review & Brexit moves among 8 factors that will steer Dalal Street next week  Economic TimesNEW DELHI: Cheer and positivity enveloped Dalal Street a week ahead of Holi, as strong buying kept the benchmark indices upbeat all through the week gone ...
'Influenced by politics': Economists slam India for tweaking data  Al Jazeera EnglishIn open letter, 108 economists say Indian statistics were 'being influenced and controlled by political considerations'.
BJP indulging in politics of polarisation: Congress  Deccan HeraldCongress leaders, including former chief minister Siddaramaiah, on Friday, targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP, during the Parivartana rally, Lok ...
Nitin Gadkari on why 3 C's of politics won't work  Deccan HeraldAs India hurtles towards the Lok Sabha elections next month, it's time to sit back and absorb the drama of Indian politics, to be entertained by it, but also to ...
Bernie Sanders-Style Politics Are Defining 2020 Race, Unnerving Moderates  The New York TimesThe leading Democratic candidates have largely broken with consensus-driven politics and embraced progressive ideas on health care, taxes, the environment ...
St. Guillen's passion for politics began in tragedy  The Boston GlobeAlejandra St. Guillen's run for Boston City Council comes as no surprise to those who have watched her rise through the ranks of state and city government.
#PrimetimeWatch: From Murky Politics in Goa to Congress Rocking the Boat in UP  The WireNew Delhi: A day after Manohar Parrikar's death, senior Bharatiya Janata Party leaders Nitin Gadkari and Amit Shah moved quickly to stymie any disruption in ...
What happened to the middle in American politics?  CNNWould you rather have a President who didn't do anything that the vast majority of the country didn't want -- or a President willing to do something very few ...
Q&A: District 2 Madison City Council candidates | Politics and Elections  Madison.comPatrick Heck and Jim White are running for the District 2 seat on Madison's City Council. Ald. Ledell Zellers currently represents the district but is not running for ...
Hard Brexit would be costly chaos, says former head of WTO  The GuardianPascal Lamy says May is playing chicken and Corbyn's plan makes no economic sense.
Tennis: Djokovic ready to play tennis not politics at Miami Open  The Star OnlineMIAMI (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic on Wednesday dismissed any suggestion of friction with Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal as tennis politics ...
Want to Understand China's Latest Politics? Watch This Rap Video  The Wall Street JournalAt Beijing's annual 'Two Sessions' confab, delegates examine policies page-by-page, and the Communist Party just needs to get citizens to pay heed; maybe a ...
New Zealand mosque attacks are a moment of reckoning for the politics of demonization  Amnesty InternationalThe horrific attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, in which shooters killed 49 people and injured at least 48 more, is a devastating reminder of ...
People's Vote march: 200 coaches heading to London, organisers say  The GuardianTwo hundred coaches have been booked to take people to London for a People's Vote march, which organisers said would exceed the size of last October's ...
Trump endorses Israeli control of the disputed Golan Heights  The Washington PostPresident Trump on Thursday abruptly endorsed permanent Israeli control of the disputed Golan Heights, saying on Twitter that the area seized from Syria in the ...
Poll shows South Carolina overwhelmingly supports closing 'Charleston loophole'  Charleston Post CourierShattering the assumption that America's gun control debate is doomed to political deadlock, a new poll has found an overwhelming majority of South ...
Brexit: A risky pitch of Parliament versus public  BBC NewsIt's not me - it's them. Theresa May has pitched herself tonight against Parliament on the side of the people. It's true that No 10 believes strongly that swathes of ...
Mujahid: KL peace rally this Saturday for all, free of politics  Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, March 21 — The “Perhimpunan Solidariti Kedamaian” in the federal capital this Saturday is a gathering of Malaysians based on the concept of ...
Danish Gamblers Bet On Politics  NPRDenmark's very short national campaign season, with an election this spring without a date set, is causing a gambling bonanza for those willing to bet on who ...
Mamata Banerjee's Gorkha gambit may open new lines in hill politics  Economic TimesKOLKATA- West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's gamble to field a Gorkha candidate, supported by a faction of Gorkha Janmukti Morcha in Darjeeling, ...
Voters spoke: Don't let Florida politicians stop Amendment 4's intent | Opinion  Miami HeraldWhen Amendment 4 passed with nearly 65 percent of the vote in Florida, it was a victory of people over politics. For decades, politicians promised to fix Florida's ...
Ben Sasse's myopic political calculation  Washington ExaminerBy ultimately voting in favor of President Trump's emergency declaration, Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., signaled that he's thinking about his re-election in 2020.
Analysis | Hickenlooper was asked if he'd choose a female running mate. He should have stopped with 'of course.'  The Washington PostWomen are underrepresented in U.S. politics. Though they make up half the country's population, just 20 percent of Congress is female and a third of the ...
Tory MPs vow to quit party if Boris Johnson becomes leader  The GuardianWith many MPs convinced that PM's days are numbered some are saying they will not stay in party run by 'Brexit ultras'
As Hillary Clinton Steps Away, a Political Era for Women Wanes  The New York TimesFor decades in American politics, Hillary Clinton and many other women followed in the footsteps of a husband or father. None of the six women running for ...
Gallipoli Anzac Day travel concerns raised for Australians after controversial Erdogan comments  9news.com.auConcerns for the safety of Australians planning to travel to Gallipoli for Anzac Day are growing after controversial comments made by Turkey's President in the ...
The Rise Of The Late-Night Niche Is Fueled By America's Political Divide  The FederalistAs the scattered landscape has us increasingly clustered in niches, even institutions like late-night are becoming platforms for some rather than all.
Republicans: Don’t Underestimate Beto O’Rourke  National ReviewRepublicans probably shouldn't underestimate the appeal of a laid-back, easygoing guy who can generate a mood of optimism in his stump speech.
Gavin Newsom and the New Politics of the Death Penalty  The New YorkerThis week, Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, signed an executive order issuing a reprieve to all seven hundred and thirty-seven prisoners on the state's ...
U.N. Says Women's Participation in Politics Is Slowing  TIME(UNITED NATIONS) — When it comes to political power, women are totally outnumbered by men, accounting for less than 7% of the world's leaders and only ...

Israel Termed A ?Nuclear Power? By US Officials

In the last two weeks, two non-senior US officials indirectly... Read More

Government Backed Fraud in Academia

Contrary to the Hobbesian prediction of anarchy (freedom) and brutish... Read More

The World of Diplomatic Backstage

De-classification of official documents have been a routine practice in... Read More

An Introduction to the Connecticut State Budget for 2004-2005

The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM) is interested in the... Read More

Mass Transportation Efficiencies and Price Per Rider Theories

Having redundancies and today's technologies in transportation we have protected... Read More

The Public Is Enemy Number One

There is something egregiously wrong about a government that will... Read More

Canning International Terrorists? Literally

Well here is a great new product, we first saw... Read More

US Social Security - Is President Bush A Robin Hood After All?

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development issued a report... Read More

Tax Dollars and Transparency of Government Agencies

As we watch fewer Americans voting it is no wonder... Read More

Tax Attorney in Oregon or Washington; Does Your Small Business Have One?

Tax Evasion has been used to criminalize many, Nixon did... Read More

Ronald Reagan is Right

Why is it that every single thing government does; it... Read More

How Can We Elect Good Leaders?

Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Men desire power. Give power to... Read More

Osama bin Laden Needs a Pay Raise

Osama bin Laden probably needs to get a pay raise,... Read More

Why Can?t We Have a More Responsive Government?

The great people of the United States of America deserve... Read More

US Government Regulators and Aides with AIDS

All government regulators or diplomat who are in high risk... Read More

Oil Prices Effect The United States Competitiveness

Just because we have been leading the World in innovation... Read More

Politicians Are Like Car Sales People

Well, another election has come and gone in the US... Read More

When Will America Wake Up?

In order to win the presidency in America, candidates must... Read More

Going All Out to Win a War

Conventional warfare is getting to its limits. Soon wars will... Read More

How Futuristic Is Anarchy As A Way To Organize The State (II)

Any chances for a country to be ruled by alternative... Read More

The Professions of the Future

Predicting the future is a tricky business. There have been... Read More

The U.S. Department of Justice vs. the Realty Industry, and Its Effect on Consumers

From the National Association of Realtors' Virtual Office Website policy,... Read More

Telemarketing and Job Losses

Telemarketing and DO NOT CALL lists sure made headlines, but... Read More

Federal Trade Commission Falsely Purports Franchise Disclosure is Cost Effective

In a recent report on the status of the Franchising... Read More

Protectionism in Russia

The new law "Special Protective, Antidumping and Import Compensatory Measures"... Read More