Browsing All posts tagged under »Financial Meltdown«

CO2 Tax Australia – Prime Minister Gillard Has Her Excuse – Drop This Tax Now

August 6, 2011 by


By Andrew Bolt Yesterday just underlined the spectacular folly that is the Gillard Government’s carbon dioxide tax. And it may give Prime Minister Julia Gillard her get-out excuse. Australia’s share market dropped like a stone, taking the week’s losses to more than $100 billion. Fears are rising that the United States is about to have […]

Financial Meltdown Reprise – Video

April 29, 2010 by


While the hearings are under way regarding the financial meltdown, and just who it might have been that contributed, it’s well worth having a look at some earlier footage. This footage is of Representative Paul Kanjorski (Dem-PA) speaking on CSPAN about what happened. The footage has been roundly discredited, mainly because what he said was […]

Iceland To Europe: Drop Dead

March 10, 2010 by


By Richard J. Douglas Icelanders have revolted against government hubris, banking greed, and foreign arm-twisting. Americans could learn a thing or two from their Viking neighbors. In a March 7th plebiscite (referendum) watched closely in Europe but below the radar in America, Iceland’s voters overwhelmingly declared that their island nation’s largest bank is emphatically NOT […]

Is Obama Trying To Bankrupt America?

March 3, 2010 by


By Nancy Morgan TonyfromOz prefaces … See my further Comments at the end of this post. Inquiring minds want to know: Is Obama trying to bankrupt America? One short year ago, asking this this question would have guaranteed my inclusion among the ranks of right-wing nuts and/or conspiracy theorists. Today, it is a serious question […]

A Man-Made Financial Disaster

November 15, 2009 by


By Alan Caruba You will recall that, shortly before the end of the 2008 political campaign, the White House announced a threat to the entire financial system and called on Congress to enact emergency spending powers. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 was enacted on October 3, 2008. Just eighteen days earlier an event […]

The Endive Denounced for Cruelty to Stick Bugs

March 31, 2009 by


From The Endive The News Leader of the Known Universe Animal rights activists were appalled to learn that an article on The Endive, a conservative news magazine, featured a picture of a stick bug with a big piece of poop stuck on its head and not a stick as represented in the article. “We are […]

Politicians Fiddle While America Burns

March 11, 2009 by


Nancy Morgan As the economy continues its downward spiral and hundreds of thousands join the ranks of the unemployed, Americans may rest easy knowing that our elected officials are hard at work on our behalf. President Obama took time out from pushing his massive spending and tax increase package to announce his new focus on […]


March 11, 2009 by


I had lunch with a friend today and he remarked that he thought we wouldn’t hit bottom until 2011. I don’t know how he came up with that calculation, but it started me wondering about what other people thought. So tell me, when do YOU think this thing is going to turn around. When do […]

A Contrived Crisis? – You Decide

March 8, 2009 by


Nancy Morgan TonyfromOz prefaces ….. This has been bubbling along for a while now, slowly gathering steam. Note specifically the timelines. I can guess that those Democrat camp followers would undoubtedly call this a ‘kooky’ conspiracy theory, but just look at what happened, when it happened, who benefited from it, why no one has said […]

ObamaNation — The USSA

February 28, 2009 by


Digest – Vol. 09 No. 08 THE FOUNDATION “Liberty must at all hazards be supported. We have a right to it, derived from our Maker. But if we had not, our fathers have earned and bought it for us, at the expense of their ease, their estates, their pleasure, and their blood.” –John Adams PATRIOT […]

$550 BILLION Raid On Banks – But On Which Thursday? – Video

February 23, 2009 by


I want you to watch this video very closely, especially the part following the 2.07 mark where Kanjorski starts to say “Listen, I was there …..” Don’t read the text while the video is playing in the background. Watch the video and just listen to what Paul Kanjorski is saying. I’m willing to bet that […]


February 18, 2009 by


Shouldn’t Someone Be Asking Questions? -Tony By John Sweat A financial attack on the world economy happened on Monday, September 15, 2008 – but we’re not supposed to talk about this. The mainstream media has been ignoring this issue, and the only attention it has been receiving is from talk radio and the blogosphere. House […]

Tax Cuts and Spending Reform

January 16, 2009 by


By Michael Casey It seems that our “greatest economic minds,” along with the incoming President, are content to aimlessly wander through a vast economic wasteland. Corporations, investors, and consumers are all left wondering what the future holds and all the government can come up with is spend your way out of it. Many factors have […]

2008 in review: Top Questions Barack Obama Did Not Answer

January 10, 2009 by


THE FOUNDATION “A Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever.” –John Adams PATRIOT PERSPECTIVE By Mark Alexander Perhaps you’ve noticed an abundance of “Top Ten” lists in recent weeks. As usual, the mainstream media has churned out a variety of year-in-review pieces of late. Two […]

Financial Meltdown

November 22, 2008 by


SOFT ECONOMY What’s in a name? They’re calling what we’re living through an economic meltdown. We don’t know if that’s what History will decide to call it. World War I was, at the time, called the Great War… They didn’t know that a World War II was waiting in the wings. At first I drew […]

Obama Now Faces The Difficulty Of Delivery

November 14, 2008 by


Mischa Popoff Though you might be criticized for saying so, there is something to be desired in America’s first non-Caucasian President. The question is, when will the media finally say anything critical about this man who has only 143 days of actual experience in Washington? The problem isn’t necessarily with Barack Obama’s wealth redistribution or […]

Economic Meltdown

October 23, 2008 by


ECONOMIC MELTDOWN TonyfromOz prefaces ….. I have a close friend who’ll be raising a big smile when he sees this ‘toon. There’s been so much news about the economic crisis that I began to entertain myself by thinking up future “we were so poor that…” jokes. The kind that the kids who survive the coming […]

Watch What Happens This Weekend

October 4, 2008 by


It’s a funny thing, a hunch. I woke up here in Australia this morning to the news that the bail out bill had passed through the House of Representatives at the second attempt, after the Senate passed it. I want to look at this vote, that first vote, and then put it in the context […]

Give Us Our Money Back, We’ll Fix It

September 30, 2008 by


Frank Salvato The ultimate example of putting opportunistic politics before good government was displayed in Washington over the past several days. Political operatives from both sides of the aisle did everything in their power to create a government-based solution to the financial crisis facing our country; a government-created problem. In the end the US House […]

John McCain’s Political Posturing

September 26, 2008 by


John McCain has called for postponing his first debate with Barack Obama, claiming that finding a solution to America’s looming financial meltdown should take priority. Some have claimed that McCain has little or nothing to contribute towards solving this crisis. His record proves otherwise. He tried warning us years ago. Click here to learn more.

Obama Solution to Financial Meltdown: “Actions”

September 21, 2008 by


Washington D.C. (SR) – Democratic presidential nominee Barack “Don’t call me Hussein” Obama said on Friday he supported efforts by the Treasury Department and Federal Reserve to shore up confidence in the financial markets by “doing whatever it is those departments do.” “The events of the last few days have made it clear that we must take further bold […]

Failing Economy

September 18, 2008 by


FAILING ECONOMY I called this posting “America America” but what’s happening in the U.S. economy is being watched all over the world. And we’re all wringing our hands, worrying and worrying about where this apparent financial breakdown is going to take us all. I figure that the Administration is going to keep propping up financial […]