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“Americans will always do the right thing, after they have exhausted all the alternatives,” – Winston Churchill.
I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are … Continue reading
Keith Olbermann is my HERO! Did it ever occur to you once, that in just 27 months and two days from now when you leave office, some irresponsible future President and a “competent tribunal” of lackeys would be entitled, by … Continue reading
I have recently wondered why our gasoline costs less than the rest of the worlds and this document even though it is outdated, (a gallon of gas is only $1.00) lays out the basic facts, just ignore the dollar figures. … Continue reading
I found this article today from Tom Paine and it really gave a great explanation of our current oil situation and Why it will stay this way for the forseeable future. Must Read!
So even after oil has been removed from the Wells we pay extra because one of the suppliers countries may change their mind about selling it to us? This is some extremely crazy logic that the oil companies are coming … Continue reading
THE PARADIGM IS THE ENEMY: The State of the Peak Oil Movement at the Cusp of Collapse Perhaps the greatest flaw in the Peak Oil movement’s current operating paradigm is that, a part of the movement at least, instead of … Continue reading