Monthly Archives: October 2013

105. Cell Phones, Some Thoughts & Gold

The Truthseeker on RT goes after cell phones: Woody Harrelson’s Thoughts from Within: Video from KarmaTube This is the flip side of the economics blogs that say gold is the answer:

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104. Caesar’s Messiah

This is the film that my good friend, Joe Atwill, made from his book, Caesar’s Messiah. As an exercise in discerning bias in journalism, compare these two articles about Atwill’s London conference: Yahoo News: Self-Professed Bible Scholar Makes Explosive Allegation … Continue reading

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103. Money – What’s the Solution?

The Henry George story continues, or rather goes backwards, to another Henry – the XIII – in the second part of Treason: The Crucible of Terror. I’m not certain if the idea that the Church and monastery system was a … Continue reading

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102. Economics – What’s the Problem?

Here are three alternative views of what the problem, and therefore the solution, is in our economy. First, a catchy presentation on The Debt Bomb. Warning, the Congressional aides get down to pasties and I’m not sure what the message … Continue reading

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101. Malala, Tristam and Rand Paul

Malala Yousafzai on Jon Stewart Malala’s words to President Obama on her personal visit: “I thanked President Obama for the United States’ work in supporting education in Pakistan and Afghanistan and for Syrian refugees,” she said in the statement. “I … Continue reading

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