Category Archives for "State of the Union"

Jun 04

Draining the Swamp- Trump Signs Executive Orders Aimed at the Federal Employee Sector

By Terry | Economic Collapse , government growth , Government Spending , State of the Union

A popular promise of Donald Trump at the end of his campaign was to “drain the swamp”. This promise resonated with the growing number of Americans who are paying attention to the Leviathan growth of government in the recent decades- $21.2 Trillion national debt and growing daily. The Government Leviathan As pointed out on Michael […]

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Jan 19

Since the Fed Rate Rise Things Are Already Getting Dicey

By Terry | American Decline , Economic Collapse , economic decline , Federal Reserve , State of the Union

Since the Federal Reserve rate increase (as modest as it was) the economy has been getting more tenuous. I posted a warning about this just before Christmas. Just today Walmart announced it will close 269 stores in 2016 impacting 16,000 workers (10,000 in the U.S.). Despite the hype Obama pushed at his State of the […]

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Feb 13

Janet Yellen Takes the Reigns at the Federal Reserve- Expect No Change and More of the Same

By Terry | Council on Foreign Relations , Federal Reserve , Obama appointee , State of the Union

As expected (by me anyway)  Janet Yellen’s, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) along with all of the “too big to fail banks” and Tim Geithner, appointment changes absolutely nothing in the Federal Reserve’s direction. Yellen made it quite clear at her first press conference stating that she expects “a great deal […]

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Feb 01

Obama State of the Union Speech- Rhetoric vs. Reality

By Terry | Government Deception , government growth , Socialism , State of the Union , The Constitution , war

When I listen to politicians, most of the time I find myself getting irritated, edgy and sometimes downright angry. Obama’s 2014 State of the Union address was no exception. There were so many points of disagreement that I hardly know where to start. As pointed out by the New American magazine the dude is pushing […]

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