160605 – Lessons from Venezuela


Today’s Items:

First…
What is Coming?
http://www.shtfplan.com

Whatever the hell is coming, it is going to be bad. Obama doesn’t speak in public without an agenda; therefore, when he talks about how it is every citizen’s responsibility to be prepared for a disaster, something is coming. Like Venezuela, time to prepare eventually runs out. Speaking about Venezuela…

Next…
Lessons from Venezuela
http://endoftheamericandream.com

Here are a few of the eight lessons that can be learned from the economic meltdown in Venezuela…
1. When an economy crashes, crime goes through the roof.
2. During a currency meltdown, owning precious metals such as gold and silver becomes much more important.
3. If you need medical care during a major economic meltdown, you might be out of luck.
4. When an economy melts down, it isn’t just food that is going to be in short supply.

Next…
Swiss Vote
https://ca.news.yahoo.com

In some good news, Swiss voters rejected the ‘money for nothing’ income plan where people would be given a monthly allowance for just breathing. Basically, the Swiss realized that there is no such thing as a free lunch. I would be nice if other governments were fiscally responsible. Speaking of being fiscally responsible…

Next…
Fiscally Responsible States
http://www.investors.comhttp://www.investors.com

A new study finds that the most fiscally responsible states are heavily Republican while the worst states are run by Democrats. Check out how your state ranks.

Next…
Awarding Stupidity
http://www.naturalnews.com

In general, academic achievement at U.S. universities is being sacrificed for political correctness and activism. For example, in one college, students are demanding that all grades below a ‘C’ be nullified. This along with liberal intolerance has made going to college and learn something useful a more difficult endeavor.

Next…
Rent
http://www.thedailysheeple.com

The national minimum wage is $7.25 an hour while the average wage to afford a one-bedroom apartment is $16.35 and $20.30 for a two-bedroom apartment. If an apartment is two times the cost of a minimum wage, where does someone get money for food, clothes, utilities, and their smartphone?

Next…
Push Back
http://cnsnews.com

The Department of Injustice is appalled after a Texas Judge demanded that their lawyers attend an ethics course. They’re not appalled at the insult… They are appalled because it would cost millions of dollars to comply. It’s no wonder lawyers are less ethical than bankers and TV reporters, but not as unethical as Members of Congress.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day!

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