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Jeff Thomas | Sep 27, 2023

The bad news is that, in any country, we’re enslaved by our government to one degree or another. The good news is that we can, at least at the present, vote with our feet and choose to reside in a location where we have greater autonomy – in some locations, far greater autonomy.

Nick Giambruno | Sep 21, 2023

Gold has been mankind’s most enduring store-of-value asset because of its unique characteristics. Gold is durable, divisible, consistent, convenient, scarce, and most importantly, the “hardest” of all physical commodities. In other words, gold is the one physical commodity that is the “hardest to produce” (relative to existing stockpiles) and, therefore, the most resistant to debasement.

Jeff Thomas | Sep 19, 2023

An important factor to keep in mind is that, whilst collectivism is ever-popular with globalists, it kills the free market and man’s sense of enterprise. Therefore, it eventually diminishes the creation of real wealth and prosperity, upon which collectivism feeds. As Maggie Thatcher said, “The problem with socialism is that, eventually, you run out of other people’s money.” For this reason, collectivists eventually (and invariably) kill off the milk cow that feeds them. When this happens, they can no longer fund their programmes and the system collapses. This means that they cannot continue to provide entitlements, nor can they afford to enforce their draconian laws. (Think about that.)

Jeff Thomas | Sep 13, 2023

It’s not all doom and gloom; not the end of the world - just the periodic decline of empire. As one country declines, others rise. Each individual is faced with the choice whether to go down with the ship, or board another, that’s headed for a better world.

Jeff Thomas | Aug 29, 2023

And so, the average person can be forgiven if he’s struggling to figure out how this will all play out. Who would actually win such a war? For eighteen months, the viewer has been assured that Mister Putin is incompetent and is hated by his people; that the Russian military is disorganized and about to quit and, on any given day, Ukraine is making progress in beating back Russia and will soon win. If this is all true, victory would seem to be a slam-dunk. All that’s necessary is yet another tranche of, say, twenty billion dollars.

Jeff Thomas | Aug 15, 2023

The idea is a simple one: If party A aggresses against party B, party B is entitled under the law to restitution or compensation, to be paid by party A to party B. Well, that seems straightforward enough. But at some point along the way, two fundamental changes have been made that don’t reflect the original principle.

Jeff Thomas | Aug 8, 2023

The question is not whether we like our home country as it presently is, but whether we’re prepared to accept what it’s about to become. As people become more aware that their government is not only not their friend, but has become their greatest threat, it’s human nature to hope that “it won’t get any worse.” And, of course, it then gets worse.

Jeff Thomas | Aug 1, 2023

As a case in point, recently, a publication – Natural News – did a piece entitled, “13 Nations agree to engineer global FAMINE by destroying agriculture, saying that producing food is BAD for the planet.” In that article, they describe a conference led by US Climate Czar John Kerry, in which representatives from thirteen countries are stated to have committed to a diminished cow population worldwide to combat climate change.

Jeff Thomas | Jul 18, 2023

Let’s say that you’re paid $4000 per month. You budget for housing, food, clothing, transportation, etc. Let’s say that that adds up to $3800 per month and you’re hoping for $200 per month to go to savings. Often that doesn’t happen, as “expenses pop up” that haven’t been planned for, but need to be paid. So, in the end, you save little or nothing.

Jeff Thomas | Jul 12, 2023

The populace is reminded that, without obeisance on their part, there would be chaos and all would suffer. Therefore, all must sacrifice for the sake of “the common good.” The reader might recall Hillary Clinton commenting in 2004, “We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.”

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