Benghazi and Non-Disclosure Agreements
Congressman Wolf stated that survivors of the Benghazi terror attack have been forced to sign non-disclosure agreements. The nice thing about non-disclosure agreements is that a judge can nullify it on the spot. Especially since people died.
As suspected, it is not just groups opposed to Obama, who were discriminated against by the IRS. Now, GOP Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell was just told that her IRS records were breached during her failed Senate attempt two years ago. So, there you have it. The rogue IRS is now an exclusive Obama weapon of intimidation and terror. Period!
Barclays has been fined 453 million dollars and four of the bank’s traders have been separately fined 18 million dollars for energy price rigging in the Western U.S. between 2006 and 2008. So, is that maybe less than 10% of the profits that Barclays made during that time? Corporations do not hire bean counters for nothing.
According to John Mauldin, the current policies in both governments, and in central banking, are coming to a point that it’s actually increasing the already large amounts of instability in the system. By the Fed driving interest rates to zero, forcing people to increase their risk just to survive, they’ve driven risk premiums down to a level they just can’t drive any lower. In short, we have a very unhealthy system and it cannot survive like this.
A third federal appeals court ruled that Obama violated the Constitution last year when he made recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board. Of course, for Obama, violating the Constitution is a daily habit.
Union Is Not Strong
A new survey yielded the following…
1. 58% of Americans between the ages of 18 to 33 years old believe they are worse off than their parents’ generation.
2. 54% agree that hard work and determination are no guarantee of success for most people.
3. 26% say the federal government is completely broken.
4. 42% say capitalism isn’t working well. Uh… When exactly did we have true capitalism in the U.S. again?
Bounties To Shoot Down Drones
The small town of Deer Trail, Colorado have a different idea when it comes to spying on Americans using drones. The town board will be voting on an ordinance that would create drone hunting licenses and offer bounties for drones. So, it may soon be duck err… drone hunting season.
Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day!
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