The Tipping Point

You were told about inflation and unemployment what will be the tipping point to sent the USA over the edge?

by Bill White

Ask any experienced economist regarding double digit unemployment and inflation rates, and he’ll say that historically, this has ALWAYS lead to a brutal economic collapse.

Now here’s the really scary part: before this, you may have thought that a severe collapse was years away, or may not happen at all… and by now you’re probably realizing that we are standing at the edge of a thousand foot cliff…

But what came as a surprise to me as well is that the tipping point could happen in the next 6 months or less…because of an unforeseen implication in Obama’s signature law.

Because while the mainstream press is distracted by [other things the administration is doing to divert their interest elsewhere]i, the really terrifying part of Obamacare was not mentioned at all. .. and that will wipe out 281 million Americans.

It’s like this:

According to data from the U.S. Government’s very own healthcare reporting bureau, healthcare costs will almost double under Obamacare.

For the average American family that makes $51,017 a year of which $8,500 go on healthcare this spells disaster. But here’s the kicker: According to Foxnews, 3 in 4 American families ALREADY live paycheck to paycheck. For them, adding even $100 to monthly costs would be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.

Under Obamacare, yearly costs would go up an additional $7450!

The government gets its funding from working class taxpayers…but when those who pay taxes can’t even pay their own bills the government will collapse under its own weight.

And then…there’s inflation

by Bill White

If unemployment is scary… then brace yourself for its evil twin: inflation.

Because if you’ve been doubting the propaganda that says your dollars are only losing 1.5% in value each year then you’ve been right all along!

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize something fishy is going on. Just look at your bills and receipts and you’ll realize inflation simply cannot be that low.

A 1.5% inflation rate would make us as stable as Switzerland or Germany. Medical costs would be steady, food prices wouldn’t go through the roof, and the utilities would cost pretty much what they used to.

The inflation rate is calculated by looking at changes in the Consumer Price Index which is a virtual “basket” of goods and services people buy.

Now here’s the thing: by manipulating what products and services should be in this basket you manipulate the perceived inflation rate.

So if the government decides to change the Consumer Price Index to emphasize consumption of electronics like computers and TVs, inflation rate will be super low. Yet the moment you add more things like gasoline…utilities… healthcare and education to the basket… that’s when the horrifying picture starts to unfold.

And here’s the thing: the government has already manipulated the way to calculate inflation rate numerous times throughout the past 2 decades…each time the purpose is to make inflation look smaller.

That’s why, even though a big chunk of your earnings goes on fuel and food… these items are precisely what’s missing when they calculate the inflation rate.

For example, price of fuel like gasoline rose from $1.86 to $3.30 in the last 5 years. But according to the Government, you don’t drive.

It gets worse: In 2008 right before the market crashed, the price of a Big Mac was $3.2.

But in 2014, with the economy in supposedly such a better shape than 6 years ago, the Big Mac has shot up to $4.62!

Bottom line is, if you use the way the government used to calculate inflation before 1980….the real inflation rate right now would actually be a jaw-dropping 11%.

And things are getting desperate. For instance, food inflation is so bad, that food companies are forced to hide it in smaller packaging while keeping the prices intact.

For example, peanut butter companies no longer have flat bottoms on their jars…instead the bottom is concave…so that there’s less peanut butter in your jar.

Cereal manufacturers like Kellogg’s use the same sized box so that the packaging looks the same, except the amount inside has gone down. For example, Kellogg’s Apple Jack has shrank 15%.

And because of this ‘hidden’ inflation, the value of our money is getting eroded everyday. Every dollar you earn gets you less and less. And you are working more for less pay.

Washington bureaucrats are manipulating all these numbers and lying to us because they are desperately aware that they have to hide the reality…otherwise every patriotic American will revolt against them, just like they fought trying to phase out Obamacare.

And as scary as it seems what is unfolding right now is an exact re-enactment of what happened to the Soviet Union in the 1980s which operated under massive public deception. Factory managers would send false production reports, showing more than they had done.

Outstanding results were reported by all industries, despite the fact that the Soviet Union produced some of the worst consumer goods in the world. And when they collapsed, it caught everyone by surprise…because on paper the economy was booming.

** It’s exactly what’s happening right now in the US. Everywhere you look, productivity is reported as “up”, unemployment as “down”, manufacturing as “strong”, while American wages are “increasing”. Yet none of it is true.**

Unemployment…what’s the real number?

by Bill White

To fix the unemployment rate, a government basically has two big options: create jobs, or change the definition of what unemployment is. What did our government do? You guessed it. They swept the dirt under the carpet… changing the way unemployment rate is calculated…and they redefined unemployment as “number of Americans receiving unemployment benefits”.

It doesn’t matter that you haven’t had a job since Clinton… in the state’s eyes, you’re NOT unemployed. But when you follow the method the government used to calculate unemployment rates before the 1990s, the shocking rate is more than 3 times bigger - or 24%… far more than we had even during the Great Depression, and close to that of countries on the verge of total collapse, like Spain.

And the sad truth is, there are more than 101 million working-aged Americans unemployed. That’s the entire population of Texas, California, New York, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania the 6 most populous states here in the US - combined. People who cannot contribute to the economy, who don’t have enough money to buy goods, and who, in a crisis, will probably be the first ones to flood the streets. Yet the government - and the mainstream media outlets - are mum about it.

Count the rest of the population who is either too young or too old to work… and you’ll be dismayed to discover that a mere 86 million Americans are supporting a whopping 317 million people.

This means that the average American worker has to carry 4 people on his back… and even this number is bound to grow.

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What the heck happened

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Progress!

Paghman Park in Afghanistan in 1969 and today.

What the heck happened

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Burger King Teaches Statists About The Power Of The Free Market

by Bob Livingston

Big government statists eschew the power of the free market. Without government regulation of business, they’ll tell you, there would be large business monopolies. Never mind that there never has been a monopoly that did not become so without government interference in the marketplace.

Following Burger King Worldwide’s announcement that it would acquire Ontario-based Tim Hortons — a coffee and doughnut chain — and move the new company’s headquarters to Canada in order to take advantage of that country’s lower corporate tax rate, we learned a little more about the hypocrisy of big government statists.

First, the deal is being largely financed by Warren Buffett. Buffet, you may recall, is Barack Obama’s poster child for the White House’s “tax fairness” campaign. Back in 2011, Obama proposed the adoption of a “Buffett Rule” that would prohibit wealthy Americans from claiming the tax breaks and deductions provided them under current IRS law. The Buffett Rule would require millionaires to pay an effective tax rate of at least 30 percent. On the White House’s website we learn that the Buffett Rule is “a simple principle of tax fairness that asks everyone to pay their fair share.”

“Fair share” is one of the favorite code words of the elites, though no one can explain what “fair share” means. And although the elites want to make sure you pay your fair share, they don’t hesitate to take advantage of any and all loopholes granted them — as in Obama has investments in the Cayman Islands.

In order to ensure corporations like Burger King pay their “fair share,” statist Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) repeated his call for a global minimum tax rate. Sherrod wants to lower the U.S. corporate tax rate (a great idea) but establish a global minimum tax rate (a very bad one). Why is it a bad one? It is an attack on the free market and another step toward One World Government.

It’s natural for companies (and people) to want to keep what they earn. If one country offers a lower tax rate, that incentivizes companies to move there. Rather than establish a global minimum tax rate, the U.S. should lower (or eliminate) its corporate tax rate to make it competitive so that American firms will return and foreign companies will want to move their headquarters here.

That will create jobs and grow the economy far better than any gimmicky “tax fairness” initiatives will. But statists don’t appreciate realistic economic lessons, so they’ve pulled out their long knives. Sherrod is leading the call to boycott Burger King because trying to keep what you earn has somehow become unpatriotic. What’s truly unpatriotic is advocating collectivism, confiscatory taxes and One World Government.

And if you want to boycott Burger King, do it because its so-called food is bad for you, not because it wants to keep the money it makes.

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I wish people were more aware of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). 1 out 8 soldiers come back with PTSD and no one is aware of it. PTSD is also the cause of high suicide rates among our soldiers in the states.



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 peacelovejazee:

I wish people were more aware of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). 1 out 8 soldiers come back with PTSD and no one is aware of it. PTSD is also the cause of high suicide rates among our soldiers in the states.

VA - Are you aware that an average of 22 War Veterans commit suicide every single day?

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Young Adults Too Fat, Tattooed, Uneducated for Military

by Sandy Fitzgerald

The American military is facing a serious personnel issue: More than two-thirds of today’s youth would are too uneducated, have behavior issues, and are not physically fit enough for service.

"We’re trying to make decision makers see this is a national-security matter — and they need to prioritize it," retired Maj. Gen. Allen Youngman told The Wall Street Journal.

The major problem is obesity, reports military recruiters. But young adults are also being turned away because they lack high school diplomas, have felony convictions, and are on prescription drugs for ailments such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

The American military is facing a serious personnel issue: More than two-thirds of today’s youth would are too uneducated, have behavior issues, and are not physically fit enough for service.

"We’re trying to make decision makers see this is a national-security matter — and they need to prioritize it," retired Maj. Gen. Allen Youngman told The Wall Street Journal.

The major problem is obesity, reports military recruiters. But young adults are also being turned away because they lack high school diplomas, have felony convictions, and are on prescription drugs for ailments such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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