141117 – Fluoride a Neurotoxin

Today’s Items:


Japan, the world’s third-largest economy, contracted at a 1.6% in the third quarter as housing and business investment dropped following a sales tax hike. Of course, this contraction is easily fixed if the Bank of Japan monetizes debt with even more quantitative easing.


Believe it or not, plummeting oil prices are actually a symptom of terrible mounting instabilities in the world in the form of deflation. In addition, when currencies change value quickly, as has happened since the past summer, this creates instability in the currency markets. The ultimate destination of all of the financial shenanigans will likely be a sovereign debt crisis in 2015.

Record Student Loan Debt

Student loan debt rose 2% from 2012 to 2013. In addition, in six states, the average student loan debt surpassed $30,000. 18% of colleges saw average student debt surge at least 10%. Private loans accounted for a significant amount of the student loan burden at colleges with both high and low average debt. While New Hampshire, at nearly $33,000, has the highest average student debt, New Mexico is the lowest at nearly $19,000.

Fluoride is a Neurotoxin

Fluoride has been shown to reduce fertility, damage bones, and reduce IQ, especially in children. Up until now, the medical community has been denying this; however, with peer reviewed reports in medical journals, there appears to be a major sea change in the medical establishment. Of course, the fact that fluoride was used in Nazi concentration camps should have been a major clue.

MSNBC Allowed What?

Hell must have frozen over because an MSNBC Reporter’s comment about how Gruber’s Comment confirming the worst suspicions about how lies allowed Obamawreck to become law were allowed on air. Were MSNBC executives still in therapy after the Midterms?

Net Neutrality

Why do certain politicians suddenly now want to fix the internet when it is not broken? Asking that question should offer the self-revealing answer. Guess what, if you are watching this video, the internet is not broken.

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

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Extended Unemployment Loans?

In his latest rant at the White House, Obama decided to promote the idea of extending unemployment insurance to get away from the massively unpopular Obamacare. In short, he is pulling a classical “Bait and Switch” on the American people hoping, against hope, nobody notices.    Although, I am only glancing through the remarks, I have noted the following Obama “inaccuracies” to put it mildly…

So, let’s get into the meat, or the pink slime, that is the Obama argument for extending unemployment benefits.  He wants Congress to re-instate the extended unemployment benefits because, in his own words… “Voting for unemployment insurance helps people and creates jobs, and voting against it does not.”    If he means government jobs to oversee the unemployment insurance, that is correct.    If he means anything else, like in the points above, he is lying – which is nothing new.

There is an old saying, “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; show him how to catch fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.”   By just extending unemployment insurance without end, all we are doing is just giving more ‘fish’ away and not achieving any long term goals of getting people out of the social welfare net..   It is time for those capable, to learn how to ‘fish’.

Perhaps, one possible solution to extended unemployment insurance, beyond the 26 weeks that states provide, could be a 1 year loan that has the same payback features as school loans.   Just something to think about.