The debt is bigger than all of us, Congress continues to spend more than it receives, the Fed continues to mess around with the money supply. Why would we wonder why the dollar buys less every day on it’s merry way to worthless. How can the dollar NOT collapse?
Month: May 2008
Economic collapse is a tough issue, perhaps impossible, but keeping our heads in the sand cannot change the scenario. We may be entering the new Dark Age without even a flashlight.
The USA is plunging headlong down the tubes into economic collapse. It all stems from immoral premises. Morality is not the sole province of religions, it is instead the simple assertion of individual rights and freedoms. The cause is irrational morality restricting freedom & personal rights. altruistic/socialist do-gooders want money stolen via taxation for “the […]
A comment posted at http://web.archive.org/web/20080607022919/http://www.unitedliberty.org:80/123/libertarians-debate/ (comment #34) May 26, 2008 [updated 8 Nov 2015] I’ve watched the USA head down the wrong path from FDR. ‘Atlas Shrugged’ has been my bible for 45 years. I was a libertarian long before there was an LP, worked hard to help get the LP on the Arizona ballot […]
Today I Googled trying to learn the cost of building the border fence between Mexico and the USA, for California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Guess what, nobody knows! Often we see estimates of $70 million per mile, and $40 billion total to built and maintain for 25 years. Wikipedia: “The border’s total length is […]
Okay, will try to make this short ‘n sweet, but there’s a lot to say! If you just don’t get this, perhaps you need to study other pages here on Morality101 and participate in this blogger! Without doubt, this collapse will wipe us out. The unfunded tax refund payout in May, along with current tinkering […]
The estimated population of the United States is 304,030,136
so each citizen’s share of this debt is $30,784.92.
the 95 years prior to the Federal Reserve beginning: What cost $1.00 in 1818 would cost $0.62 in 1913. Also, if you were to buy exactly the same products in 1913 and 1818, they would cost you $1.00 and $1.66 respectively. the 95 years after 1913 under Federal Reserve manipulation: What cost $1.00 in 1913 […]
This makes it SEEM as though prices for gasoline, and for virtually everything else, are rising, while actually the real VALUE of the dollar has fallen. This is not simply semantics — it is fact impacting our entire lifetimes.