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25 Hard Questions That You Will Not See Asked On CNN, MSNBC Or Fox News

There is a reason why so many millions of people are turning to the alternative media for their news today.  The truth is that there are a whole lot of important things that the mainstream media will simply not talk about.  There are a whole lot of other important issues that the mainstream media will tease their viewers with but then subsequently “whitewash” with the “official story” that none of us is supposed to question.  Have you ever noticed how CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ABC, NBC and CBS all seem to come up with the exact same version of “the truth”?  But over the past several years we have seen a great awakening take place.  Millions of Americans are sick and tired of being spoon-fed establishment propaganda like a bunch of small children and they are searching on the Internet for alternative media outlets that are asking the hard questions and that are willing to at least explore answers that are not part of “the officially sanctioned” version of the truth.

Posted below are 25 hard questions that you will not see asked on CNN, MSNBC or Fox News.  Sure, they may “tease” their viewers by “touching” on some of these issues, but they will never dig deep and they will never ask the really tough questions that are not “politically correct”.

If a tough issue is brought up on one of these networks, it may be debated by a couple of establishment “talking heads”, and we will be told that both sides are being presented so that we can “decide”, but it is all a big dog and pony show.  The truth is that the big media companies will never really do anything that threatens the big money interests that own them or the big money interests that pour billions of advertising dollars into their organizations.

Some of the big news companies may be a little bit more “blue” and some of them may be a little bit more “red”, but the versions of the news that all of them produce are always incredibly similar.

Wouldn’t you just love it if the big media companies would tackle some of the questions posted below with some real honesty?

#1 The U.S. dollar has lost well over 95 percent of its value since the Federal Reserve was created in 1913.  The Fed has failed time and time again from preventing big financial bubbles from being created and then eventually bursting.  About the only thing the Federal Reserve seems to be good at is creating more government debt that the rest of us have to pay for.  So what possible justification is there for allowing the Federal Reserve to continue to issue our currency and run our economy?

#2 Ten years ago, the “employment rate” in the United States was about 64%.  Since then it has been constantly declining and now the “employment rate” in the United States is only about 58%.  So where did all of those jobs go?  Is this what we can expect from “globalism”?

#3 Thousands of dead birds are falling out of the sky and millions of dead fish are washing ashore all over the globe.  So does this mean that there is something seriously wrong with the planet?

#4 If the U.S. economy is getting better, then why did the number of Americans filing for bankruptcy rise another 9 percent in 2010?  Why won’t our government officials be straight with us and tell us the real truth about the economy?

#5 Would a failure to raise the debt ceiling really “have catastrophic economic consequences that would last for decades” or is U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner just blowing off a lot of hot air again?

#6 If 71 percent of the American people are against it, and only 18 percent of them are for it, then why in the world are our representatives in Congress overwhelmingly in favor of raising the debt ceiling again?

#7 Will a combination of extreme weather, soaring agricultural commodity prices and rising oil prices lead to a devastating global food shortage at some point in the next few years?

#8 In Algeria, hordes of young people are throwing fire bombs and are shouting slogans such as “Bring us Sugar!“  Are these the kinds of food riots that we should expect to see around the globe as food gets tight this year?

#9 Over the last couple of years, lawmakers in at least 10 U.S. states have introduced legislation that would allow state commerce to be conducted with gold and silver coins.  Could this be the beginning of a new trend?

#10 When German Chancellor Angela Merkel says that Germany will do “whatever is needed to support the euro” is that supposed to make all of us feel better about the stability of the failing European currency?  If the Euro does fail, won’t that cause another financial meltdown like we saw back in 2008?

#11 Back in 1970, 25 percent of all jobs in the United States were manufacturing jobs. Today, only 9 percent of the jobs in the United States are manufacturing jobs.  How in the world could we allow that to happen?

#12 According to a recent Gallup survey, 7 out of every 10 Americans believe that religion is losing influence in the United States.  So exactly what does that say about our society?

#13 Now that the State of Illinois has passed a 66 percent increase in the state income tax, how long will it be before other states start passing draconian income tax hikes?

#14 Shouldn’t we be at least a little bit concerned that China has developed a new ballistic missile that can completely destroy a U.S. aircraft carrier nearly 2,000 miles out to sea?  Has China become a military threat that we need to start taking very, very seriously?

#15 In 2006, no U.S. banks failed.  In 2009, 140 U.S. banks failed.  So did things get better in 2010?  No.  In 2010, 157 U.S. banks failed.  Do does that mean our financial system is getting healthier or does that mean our financial system is coming apart at the seams?

#16 On January 1st, the very first of the Baby Boomers started to reach the age of 65.  Now more than 10,000 Baby Boomers will be turning 65 every single day for the next 19 years.  So where in the world are we going to get all the money we need to pay them the retirement benefits that we have promised them?  Isn’t the Social Security system essentially one gigantic Ponzi scheme?

#17 According to a shocking recent survey, 40 percent of all U.S. doctors plan to bail out of the profession over the next three years.  So how in the world is our health care system going to continue to function if that happens?

#18 Why is the federal government spending approximately 6.85 million dollars per minute if our founders intended for us to have a “limited central government”?

#19 Should we be glad that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency want to lower the amount of fluoride in our drinking water, or should we be furious with them for poisoning us with super high levels of fluoride for all of these years?

#20 The U.S. trade deficit with China during the month of August alone was more than 4,600 times larger than the U.S. trade deficit with China was for the entire year of 1985.  Do you think perhaps we should all not be buying so much stuff with “made in China” stamped on it?

#21 If the federal government stopped all borrowing today and began right at this moment to repay the U.S. national debt at a rate of one dollar per second, it would take over 440,000 years to pay off the U.S. national debt.  So does anyone out there actually still believe that the U.S. national debt will be paid off someday?

#22 1180 new snowfall records were set in the United States just this past week.  So does that mean that global warming isn’t true after all?

#23 If the U.S. economy is getting better, then why are an all-time record 43.2 million Americans now on food stamps?  Are middle class Americans being impoverished by design?

#24 What in the world will a “security perimeter” around the United States and Canada actually look like?  Are our leaders slowly trying to turn North America into another version of the EU?

#25 How in the world can Facebook be worth 50 billion dollars?  Is Goldman Sachs trying to pull a big joke on all the rest of us?

  • mondobeyondo

    Do you REALLY think such questions would be asked on American MSM television?

    Ha ha ha haaa hee hee hoo hoo haaawwww!

    I challenge you to watch a morning broadcast of “Good Morning America” on ABC, or their corresponding morning (or is that mourning??) and evening broadcasts on NBC or CBS.

    More likely than not, what you’re going to hear is 2 hours of mindless tripe, such as “John Travolta’s Brand New Baby Boy”, “How Grapefruit Can Make Your Girlfriend Hot and Sexy”, or maybe “How to Lose Weight while Eating Three Big Macs a Day”.

    No mention of what’s going on in Paris. Forget Paris, no mention of FRANCE! Just a couple words about what’s going on in Europe. I thought this was “world” news.

    The recent events in Tucson, Arizona, are tragic enough, and in no way, shape or form do I wish to belittle that. I’m in Phoenix, Arizona, and am heartbroken listening to some of the stories coming from our sister city, a 2 hour drive south of here.

    But after watching the latest network broadcasts, I almost want to scream. They’ve persued every angle, and interviewed all the major participants in their lead story. So what next? Interview a nearby dog? (“So tell us Rover, did you bark when you saw the alleged gunman? Did you howl??”) Yes, he did actually. It’s a dog’s natural instinct to alert others in danger.

    The only thing missing is the classic sentence which is the epitome of insensitivity… “So, can you tell us, how do you feel?”

    And the obvious response???? What the hell do you think they’d say??

    “My daughter’s been murdered by a creep, and I feel great! Couldn’t feel better!!” Perfect sound bite!!

    I no longer trust the mainstream media for real news, news that really matters to me. What Lindsey Lohan did last week, or Brett Favre’s latest NFL contract, or the top grossing Hollywood movie of this week, is NOT “news”. Floods in Australia ARE news, even though I am an American, and my primary focus is the U.S.
    I actually care about what’s happening in the rest of the world. But then, most Americans probably think Australia is somewhere near Miami Beach, so…

    The MSM also claims to keep digging for the “truth”, but they won’t find it, that’s for sure. Even the MSM pigs rarely find any truffles.

  • Anna Gretarsdottir

    mondobeyondo.
    I don’t need to say one word, you said it all !

  • James

    Almost everyone of those I’ve heard on Glenn Beck, so it’s not true you won’t see those asked on Fox News.

  • William

    There is a very well defined and distinct grouping of people who own, run, or control the news outlets in America, whether it is broadcast, print or cable. This grouping also controls Hollywood and the movie business. This is WHY Americans do not get the truth. This is why Americans are so dumbed down. This is why the stupid and unbelievable 911 commission report still stands. Find and read WATERS FLOWING EASTWARD. Then, you will know the truth.

  • hognutz

    It is a sad state of affairs that the average American is so dumbed down they know what American Idle is, but not true American affairs.

  • Justa Guy

    LOL! Read the letter from Geitner. All of the politicians he sends the letter to he calls “Honorable”. HAHAHA. I’d like to honor them and their predecessors with excrement for destroying the greatest, most prosperable, most free nation this world has ever seen within a few short decades. What an honor it must be to claim such a feat!

  • Keith

    #22
    It is WINTER.
    Winter is caused by the tilt of the Earth away from the sun in the Northern Hemisphere. The tilt and rotation of the Earth are not, and never will be, affected by “global warming”. Winter will always be colder then summer, because in winter the suns light rays hit the Earths surface at a lower angle then they do in the summer months (again this is in the Northern Hemisphere).
    “Global warming”, if true, would affect the weather directly. Simply put, the surface of the world is mostly water. When you heat up water it evaporates into water vapor, and water vapor in our atmosphere will usually lead to cloud formations and precipitation. Clearly, if “global warming” is indeed taking place, then the world at large, in general, will have more severe weather.
    So, um, no it does not prove that global warming isn’t true after all.
    And yes, global warming would cause record snow fall. Sadly, by pointing out record snowfall, you are proving the global warming theory is true.

    I’m totally with you on most of your points. I think you got some really great ones, and some not so great ones. You probably missed quite a few as well.
    But the ongoing argument I hear from all quarters saying that severe weather is proof that global warming is untrue, just because it happens to be winter, is logically wrong. It just is.
    Not saying certain people are not trying to make a buck off global warming scare tactics, or that there is a need for more study and science on it. I’m just saying that if it is true, it would effect precipitation rates world wide, including in winter.

  • Laughing!

    “#22 1180 new snowfall records were set in the United States just this past week. So does that mean that global warming isn’t true after all?”

    You have not yet really understood global warming — it means that the average temperature will be higher, but also, that the BANDWITH of temperature extremes will be higher.

    That means: the summers will be far hotter than we knew them before, but also the winters will be far colder.

    This is what the scientists forecast as result of global warming, and this is exactly what we are beginning to experience.

  • Daniel Aldridge

    To quote “skeptical science”:

    To claim that record snowfall is inconsistent with a warming world betrays a lack of understanding of the link between global warming and extreme precipitation. Warming causes more moisture in the air which leads to more extreme precipitation events. This includes more heavy snowstorms in regions where snowfall conditions are favourable. Far from contradicting global warming, record snowfall is predicted by climate models and consistent with our expectation of more extreme precipitation events.”

    I don’t know why this is so hard for people to get this through their anecdote-prone heads.

  • Guido

    I used to have a good friend who worked for NBC evening news. Her job was to put together the affiliate feed that went out all over the nation every night for the local news affiliates. This was the news you see read by the local anchors before Tom or Brian or whomever came on for the NBC Nightly News. Her job was to research the stories, write the blurb for each, and then clip and edit the file footage that runs in the background. She would wrap it all up in a bow and send it out across the country. You saw her handiwork every night.
    The interesting part is she told me no one at NBC, and presumably everywhere else, had any illusions that what they were doing was anything but entertainment. News, at least TV news, is entertainment, NOT news.
    That’s why, she explained, the news is set up to hit on a story for every demographic. You get a national/world news story, or two, then the family story, then the Greatest Generation/Mediscare/old people story, maybe a hometown story, medicine/science, then the weather. All tied in a bow and all scary/feel-good, and all rather pointless. Since different interests own each network, you don’t get news that bothers them. And they’re never going to hold the White House to the fire, since they lose their access, so nothing too controversial there. And you end up with a giant commercial. The best advice I ever received was to go to multiple sources, like BBC, even Pravda, for an outside-in look at our news. Go overseas to see just how silly our news is. Just for sh#ts and giggles, I even used to look at the Iraqi news service and North Korea to see what they said (drudge report is good for this).
    Just don’t expect much in the way of truth from the lamestream media.

  • Gary

    In this case we all agree-the MSM is a joke. This is what happens when a handful of corporations own everything. Isn’t capitalism wonderful? NOT!

  • mondobeyondo

    @ Keith:

    Yes, it’s winter now.
    It tends to happen every year, from December to March.

    So why is this year any different? I don’t know, I’m not a climatologist.

    There’s snow on the ground on 49 of the 50 U.S. States. All of them, except for Florida. Yes, even Hawaii (snow on the peaks of Mauna Loa mountain).

    Whether “global warming” is real or not, is debatable, even within the scientific community. But, weird things seem to be happening lately. Melting icecaps, birds falling from the sky, snow falling in Arizona (well okay, it’s winter!)…next thing you’ll hear, Satan will be skating, ’cause hell froze over.

    “Just gimme some TRUTH!!” — John Lennon

    p.s. I agree. The Bible says, the truth shall set you free. As long as you are being fed lies, you are in bondage.

  • mondobeyondo

    As an aside, per the local Arizona media (which I’m well aware of, since I live there!)

    Some discussions on local talk radio seem to concentrate on whether the perpetrator of the recent assassination attempt on Rep. Gabby Giffords was left wing, right ring, moderate, etc.

    From all indications, he was a madman with no political affiliation. And what does it matter, in the end? 6 people are dead, and 13 wounded.

    Does it really matter at this point, whether the shooter was left wing? Right wing? Two drumsticks and a thigh? Or if he was an entire chicken?

  • Piglet

    #6 If 71 percent of the American people are against it, and only 18 percent of them are for it, then why in the world are our representatives in Congress overwhelmingly in favor of raising the debt ceiling again?

    - Because congressmen serve big money and special interests, not the people of this nation. About the same percentage of people want the US out of Afghanistan, but there’s no serious consideration given to that, either. When you realize it’s not “our” government, this makes sense.

    #12 According to a recent Gallup survey, 7 out of every 10 Americans believe that religion is losing influence in the United States. So exactly what does that say about our society?

    - This isn’t necessarily bad. Many religious I know are absolute kooks. Also keep in mind that good people will do good things, bad people will do bad things, but for good people to do bad things, you need religion. Tell them whatever atrocity you have in mind is “God’s will” and then watch out.

    #14 Shouldn’t we be at least a little bit concerned that China has developed a new ballistic missile that can completely destroy a U.S. aircraft carrier nearly 2,000 miles out to sea? Has China become a military threat that we need to start taking very, very seriously?

    - The US has liked to pretend that it owns the world and can intimidate friend and foe by flying military aircraft and sailing Navy ships close to the borders of other countries, and they just have to put up with it. That time is coming to an end, and the US needs to quit screwing with China. Besides, they need not engage the US militarily to beat us. They own so much of our debt that they already have us where they want us. Also, we couldn’t afford to go to war with them without first borrowing the money from them we’d need to fight them. Add to this their control of rare earth elements (see
    http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/why-the-chinese-monopoly-on-rare-earth-elements-is-so-incredibly-dangerous ) and you have just one thing: Checkmate. They’ve already won, but we just haven’t figured out the new paradigm yet. We’re still looking at the old ways of doing things and haven’t realized the jig is up.

  • A Dodgy Bloke

    I have come to the conclusion recently to many people are too stupid to save themselves. As long as they have money to pay the Cell, Cable, Car, Food Gas for the car, and pay for a place to live they think, “I’ll be ok”. They see things are not right, but it’s easier to turn on the peephole into paradise and ignore what’s happening around you. A wise man once said “Change Only Comes in Pain.” not enough people have felt enough pain, when that happens it may be to late.

  • jim

    It doesn’t matter if these were to be on news networks theres enough doom sayers there. We don’t need someone pointing out common sense once again. Most are either common knowledge, dooms day like ideas, surveys which cannot be trusted or anger of things that couldn’t have be seen. To trust a survey where not every single person in that demographic is asked and accounted for is not reliable. To be angry over someone trying to be in your best interest but fails is wrong.
    Some of these are interesting but this is to be expected at the pace we’ve advanced at in such short time. Too much happening without enough time to correct small errors that cause larger problems.
    To feel superior reading this and saying I know this I’m prepared, everyone else will be sorry is stupid and ignorant. I’ll end this with sandwich.

  • Teotwawki

    Fast forward to the end:
    Major US cities lie as smoking ruins,
    Ditto for Euro, Chinese and Russian cities,
    Americans boarding ships as refugees to other countries.

    Not IF but WHEN.

  • ron

    So how exactly does shipping all the jobs to countrys who have such cheap labor going to benefit us?And the presidents india trip,so how are those broke indian folks going to buy our stuff?I guess the plan is to bring our country down and raise other countrys up.Its a big sad laugh everytime the dems talk about how itll cost us alot if the healthcare plan is defeated,like some government plan has ever been an effecient money saver.

  • mondobeyondo

    Nothing, absolutely nothing, is sacrosanct when it comes to media commercialism.

    Martin Luther King Day will probably be next.

    Imagine a major automobile company announcing big discounts on their latest models. A commercial announcing “Let Savings Ring! It’s our annual 12 hour Martin Luther King Sale!” And a happy young couple with children in a convertible, hair blowing in the wind, as they drive down a scenic highway, saying “Free at last, free at last!”

    Don’t laugh. It’s already been done for Valentine’s Day, Memorial Day, the 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, and we all know about Christmas.

    If we ever reach that point, God forbid, our decline into decadence as a society will have been complete.

  • Luath

    These questions should have been asked back in the 1990′s when it mattered. Now, the only logical answer to most of these lame questions is …..duh.

  • http://www.pathtoasia.com rhea

    There are a lot of questions that the media does not ask and release. Why? the Mighty and Powerful Jokers in the White House and Congress are too afraid to let their people know of their own circumstances. Media knows how to twist some issues…

    We help Americans find jobs and prosperity in Asia. For details, visit http://www.pathtoasia.com/jobs

  • tysm

    To the gobal warming/climate change/OMG do use fossil fuels types….wake up and do some deep domain research…go back and look at the true climate record …not the faked jiggered record put out by the IPCC and the other liars, crooks, and cheats.
    Riddle me this…if the earth is getting warmer now…why where large swaths massive swamplands with huge plant life and aminal life for millions of year (that created our current fossil fuels)….how is that the Romans settled Britian and exported wine……how did the vikings land in Greenland and have farms….becuase at times in Earths history it was way much warmer than now……trust me on this….it would be much better for us all with a warmer Earth than a cooler one…doubt me go spend a year in Panama and then a year in northern Alaska…tell me which one was better..DOLTS!

  • Andy J

    #21: The dollar per second payback taking 440,000 years is a canard. The dollar per second payback is a payback of about $31.5 million per year. Sure it would take 440,000 years to pay it back that way, but the number paid back per year is so small compared to the Federal Budget that the numbers being used are used as extreme scare tactics.

    That being said, we’re still in big trouble.

  • http://thehardrightedge.com Scott J

    Hello,

    Excellent Post! I am going to link this post in one of my updates on my page, and maybe do a similar article. I see that you are frustrated on all the right things, now do you know the solution? We need to legalize competition in US currency (specifically gold and silver to start). The monopoly on the issuing currency is wrong and needs to be returned back to the people as Jefferson so wisely suggested.

    There is a revolution going on, and it involves a politician by the name of Ron Paul. This man is the Thomas Jefferson of our age and will be announcing his presidency very soon!!! This is going to be a fun year… please check out my blog where I talk about the fundamentals of our corruption and give my investment advice as well…

    http://thehardrightedge.com

    -
    Scott J

  • leroy g.

    Global Warming bottom line-

    It is the politicization of the weather by the left.
    All of the “solutions” involve me losing freedom and Al Gore getting rich.
    The climate changes. Get over it, deal with it.
    Leave me and my SUV out of it.
    “Don’t tread on me”

  • http://none sophie

    Yeup, the climate is changing! I agree that we are experiencing global warming on a massive scale and that it is directly affecting our weather. What needs to be asked is what exactly is the cause for this and why the governments of the world are attempting to rape their citizens with carbon taxation? The governments are clamouring to get as many resources as possible together and for what purpose?
    They know something that they are not sharing with the public at large. My suggestion is to store as many resources as possible and pray like never before, because what may be coming our way is probably/possibly civilization extinction type of stuff, especially for the unprepared.

  • mondobeyondo

    I have yet to hear Diane, Brian or Katie address any of the above issues in depth on their nightly news programs.

    Makes you wonder.

    “Nightline” on ABC used to be excellent when Ted Koppel was the anchorman. 30 minutes of in depth, quality discussion on one topic. Now, it’s a mish-mash of 3 topics (10 minutes each) and there isn’t much quality left. How can you analyze a subject in 10 minutes? Even “60 Minutes” has been slipping lately. “Dateline” on NBC isn’t any better.

    Are these people reading Mad Magazine or something?

  • mondobeyondo

    If you want real news, watch the “Weekend Update” segment on Saturday Night Live.

  • El Pollo de Oro

    Gerald Celente quotes:

    “Let’s call a spade a spade, and the spade is: The Greatest Depression is underway.”

    “Our digital money is not worth the paper it’s not printed on.”

    “The merger of state and corporate power is called fascism, and fascism has come to America.”

    “When people lose everything and have nothing left to lose, they lose it.”

  • http://www.JPatrickHickey.com J.Patrick Hickey

    The 25 is for starters. #26 might ask what the impact of the $2 trillion muni bond meltdown will have? I guess we’ll juat have to wait and see. Could be worse than $5/gallon gas.

    Covering this might take more of the wind out of the sails of the “recovery”. Or perhaps it’s just another part of the current “perfect storm”? After all, the remaining consumers must just keep buying and buying to maintain the “recovery”. Despite the reality that the “hand-writing is already on the wall”!

    #27. is even larger and more fundamental. Like our “sickness based” lifestyles and the outrageously expensive and destructive “healthcare”, are destorying most of us, as we speak. Bad food, toxic environment, and who knows what — poison contrails for example. Drugs don’t cure illness, they just cover up the symptoms and add to decline into chronic degenerative conditions. This pays off in spades for cardiologists, cancer specialists, etc.

    Medicare covers drugs, expensive tests and treatments, but not one red cent goes to facilitate healthful lifestyles, like healthful foods and supplements.

    For instance, when arrhymia and rapid heart beat hit me the day after my 65th birthday, Medicare covered over $12,000 for cardiologists testing and diagnosis. Nothing wrong could be uncovered, so a pill controlled it.

    The pills made me dizzy and weak so I threw them out and got busy “seizing the day” and being responsible for my own health. I ran across the “caveman diet” which worked and I lost 95 lbs. I became athletic riding my mtn bike miles every week and also climbing Sedona, Arizona’s red rock mountains.

    My pulse dropped to an athletic 45 resting. But the little bouts of arrhymia continued until I started spreading magnesium oil on my exercised muscles which was comforting — within a week, the arrhymia was gone. The problem was a simple magnesium deficiency.

    The cardiologist attempted to intimidate me into getting ready for an angiogram and eventually a heart bypass, because even athletes drop dead from heart attacks.

    Today, at age 68 I’m as fit as a thirty-something. And I’ve probably saved Medicare $1/4 million in cardiac treatments and surgery.

    I know it will be painful when the medical system falls like a rusty iron bride. But it has just about out-lived its usefulness. At least consider taking responsibility for your own health lifestyle while you still have a chance!

  • mattressmatt

    Re: global warming-

    Just a quick question. What proves this theory incorrect?
    For example, to prove the earth isn’t flat all that is needed is a satellite image of Earth.
    So what evidence could be discovered to prove the global warming theory wrong?

    • http://twitter.com/Kishin_D KishinD

      The theory is a practical and working model of the overall shifts in global weather patterns (and other seasonal patterns). To disprove it, the weather and other data would have to be inconsistent with its predictions.

      98% of climate scientists agree: the globe is warming, and it’s the fault of human activity.
      The remaining 2% claim: the globe is warming, and we’re not convinced it’s the fault of human activity.

      Only victims of effective propaganda claim it’s not happening.

  • RightofRush

    Pigglet:

    When you have the most powerful body in the US (The Federal Reserve) that can create money with a ledger entry, you get the best government that money can buy.

  • Kyla

    @ron
    So how exactly does shipping all the jobs to countrys who have such cheap labor going to benefit us?And the presidents india trip,so how are those broke indian folks going to buy our stuff?I guess the plan is to bring our country down and raise other countrys up.Its a big sad laugh everytime the dems talk about how itll cost us alot if the healthcare plan is defeated,like some government plan has ever been an effecient money saver.

    I would just like to point out that your argument is completely ignorant and void. ‘those broke Indian folk’ as you say are not as broke as you think. Yes the government is corrupt and the money is allocated to the wrong places, hence the reason it is still a developing country, however India has a lot of money. It came out in The Economist recently that besides China, India is one of the major countries to contribute to the lending of trillions of dollars to America. Yes these poor Indian folks help pay YOUR salary, also India is a major importer of America due to other issues which I will not dwell on. So India helps America come up way more than America does for India. Just thought I’d open your eyes a little.

  • http://www.greenpoweredhome.net Judson Hevey

    Yes, finally a person who shares identical thoughts and ideas on this as me. Good stuff. Really enjoy your site.

  • http://www.gonzotimes.com PunkJohnnyCash

    Great post. Keep up the good work.

    It’s this media complacency that helps keep so many in the dark and unwilling to question in the first place.

  • STEELMAN

    So, none of you actually watch FOX News do you?

  • KishinD

    Most of these are good questions. #22 Is not.
    Our attempted ecocide will result in more and more unusual weather patterns.
    Droughts, floods, forest fires, enormous storms, off-season storms, consistently record-breaking heat, rising sea levels… these are what we can look forward to. “More or less snow” shows your complete lack of understanding of what global warming is and what it means for the planet. Please, feed your brain some science on this.

    It is the most important issue of the 21st century by far. Jobs don’t mean shit on a planet where we all have to live underground, or in domes. The economy is nothing compared to the loss of coastal cities everywhere.

  • vesey

    Most of these questions come up on Fox frequently. The writer apparently has never watched Fox news…..

    • Ameer Gittens

      The author’s non-viewship of Faux K`news is a good sign that the book just might be worth reading.