Broadcasting from the new time of every Saturday from 8 to 9 AM EST, I covered the following issues on the January 26, 2014 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb on Truth Frequency Radio:
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Canada, Crisis of Reality, Doug Newberry, energy, fluoride, inflation, Jason Erb, Oracle Broadcasting, unemployment, United States on March 14, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
I’m scheduled to be on Doug Newberry’s Crisis of Reality on March 20, 2013 from 1 to 2 PM Eastern on Oracle Broadcasting.
My latest appearance on Doug’s show was on February 20, 2013, where I discussed many issues including fluoride, bogus unemployment and inflation numbers, alternative energy, U.S. retail store closures, the fraud of “creative destruction,” and Canada being more economically successful than the U.S. in recent years.
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged 2009, bankruptcies, big government, Bloomberg, Chrysler, Czars, defense spending, Department of Homeland Security, economy, federal debt, federal spending, General Motors, GM, government bailouts, inflation, Japan, PATRIOT Act, President Bill Clinton, Reuters, The New York Times, unconstitutional wars, unemployment, United States, warrantless wiretapping, Washington Post on October 12, 2009 | 6 Comments »
THEN: No government bailouts
NOW: Bailouts could reach $23.7 trillion
THEN: Total federal spending was $1.61 trillion
NOW: $3.1 trillion
THEN: Defense spending was $262.2 billion
NOW: $651.1 billion
THEN: The federal debt was $5.27 trillion
NOW: $10.41 trillion
THEN: “Our economy is the healthiest it has been in three decades.”
NOW: The economy is the worst it’s been in six decades.
THEN: “We have the lowest combined rates of unemployment and inflation in 27 years.”
NOW: The highest rate of unemployment in 26 years.
THEN: “America is selling more cars than Japan for the first time since the 1970s.”
NOW: GM and Chrysler went bankrupt, Toyota overtook GM as the world’s largest car producer in 2008 for the first time ever.
THEN: “And for three years in a row, we have had a record number of new businesses started in our country.”
NOW: The highest number of bankruptcies in the past four years since the 2005 bankruptcy overhaul.