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Some Very Interesting Predictions

December 28, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Around this time every year, everyone starts to make predictions about 2019 and beyond. So I thought a list of predictions a friend recently forwarded to me was timely and pretty thought-provoking. Among the predictions: Software has disrupted and will continue to disrupt most traditional industries in the next 5-10 years Real estate will change,…

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On Contact: The history of debt forgiveness

December 21, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Millions of Americans today are trapped in some kind of debt – credit card debt, bank debt, student debt, mortage debt, to name a few – most of which can never be repaid. This debt continues to “siphon off larger portions of our income,” said journalist Chris Hedges in a video published via the program,…

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State of the Union Message from 1995

December 13, 2018, by Roland Manarin

The illegal aliens entering our country “hold jobs that might otherwise be held by citizens or legal immigrants,” said the President in this speech published on youtube. “The public service they use imposes burdens on our taxpayers,” he continues. It is wrong to permit this kind of abuse, he continues, which is his administration is…

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Brandon Straka: Why I Left Liberalism & the Democratic Party

November 28, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Less than a year ago, Brandon Stratka was a Liberal. He became a Liberal, he tells us in his #WalkAway campaign video on youtube, because he “thought” it was a tribe whose values aligned with his own. He rejects racism and marginalization, tyrannical groupthink, and acceptance of junk science and superstition to advance ideological agendas….

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Doug Casey on the End of the Nation-State

November 15, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Over the past 200,000 years, mankind has gone through three main stages of political organization — “Tribes, Kingdoms and Nation-States,” wrote author and libertarian philosopher Doug Casey in a recent article published on internationalman.com. Tribes began in pre-historic times and were comprised of people who were mostly genetically related and essential for survival in the…

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A Bumper Sticker to Remember

November 8, 2018, by Roland Manarin

This is one of the best bumper stickers I’ve seen in a while! Enjoy!

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