Trust Of Government In The U.S. Has Never Been Worse!

| September 16, 2016

The picture tells the story…

New Digial Currencies Challenge Bitcoin

| December 1, 2013

Challengers to Bitcoin are popping up on the street. Bitcoins value topped out at $ 1,163 a few days ago but trades now at $941.03.   Ripple and Litecoin are challenging Bitcoin for the digital currency bussiness and Canada’s government project Mintchip is close behind. Read about it here: (The Canadian Mint Is Working On A New Digital Money Project […]

Non Ending Government Control Seen As Far As The Eye Can See, Or Hear…Auto’s Are The Next Target

| November 19, 2013

Wise Dog knows where this is leading! With all the important statistics communicated from your car to the government, just think of the things that can happen…..How about a miles driven tax, or a ticket if you go over a listed speed limit, or a driver with no I.D. card or license.  The government would even have the ability to […]

John Connally, Ex-Treasury Secretary And Texas Governor, Shot While Riding With JFK In 1963… Talked Of Vast Criminality In U.S. Before He Died

| November 19, 2013

Criminality and corruption, especially in the government, are today like nothing ever seen before in our lifetime. But just how bad was it back in the 1960’s and 70’s?  Well, John Connally tells us in no uncertain terms, a stunning story of how bad it was. He waited until 1992 to talk about this. When John Connally finally did get things off his […]

Did We Read This Right…..They Gotta Be Kidding, Nope They’re Not Kidding

| March 8, 2013

Here are the key words from below:  Two categories of spending represent 12.5% of all discretionary spending. These costs go up when the economy is weak, they have never, repeat never declined. Consider just these two components of the discretionary spending budget; (1) Food Stamps, and (2) the Earned Income and Child Credits. 1) Food Stamps cost the government […]

You Won’t Believe This…It’s Top Secret

| October 9, 2011

The Daily Reckoning……It’s Top Secret This from an episode of Frontline called “Top Secret America.”…..One example is the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. According to Dana Priest the DNI started as 11 people in the Old Executive Office Building. In short order, it grew to a couple of hundred people and moved to […]

When Ever We See The Government Working Hard On Something, We Like To Drag Out Of The Closet The Good Old Governmental Flow Chart

| July 31, 2011

We couldn’t be more poetic if we tried…… scratch Pelosi from this chart and substitute Boehner, but it won’t change a thing!

Slow Learning Curve In Washington

| July 31, 2011

Slow learners……we’re talking about the government of course! They want banks to loan out more and consumer borrowing to pick up.  They still don’t get it! Household debt levels are at 112% of annual income which is considered too high. To get back to a 1990’s debt-to-income ratio’s of 84%, incomes would need to be nearly $4 trillion higher.  This would take about […]

Come On Tim, Tell Us Something We Don’t Already Know

| July 10, 2011

So, the government admits 3 years later that we were headed for another great depression back in 2008…Can’t expect them to be honest with us now.  Looks like a lot of unfinished business lies dead ahead.  Just a heads up! WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (GYT’-nur) says many Americans will face hard times for a long time to come. He […]

Job Growth, Or… Lack Of Growth As The Case May Be

| June 28, 2011

This is what we have to look forward to……2012 is supposed to be worse then 2011 for government, state and local jobs.  That’s why this is going to be called the LOST decade! In March 2010, the U.S. economy finally began to add jobs again. Every month since then, private sector employment has grown. Yet almost every month […]

Mayors See Little Recovery Amid Cutbacks

| June 18, 2011

So, what does the federal government say about all of this?…….Uh, we never promised anyone a Rose Garden! Bloomberg: Little Rock, Arkansas, has stopped replacing aging police cars. Mesa, Arizona, is losing $5 million a year from thousands of vacant homes that aren’t paying utility bills. Providence, Rhode Island, closed schools, fired teachers and may cut […]

How Does The U.S. Congress Stack Up In Terms Of Personal Wealth?

| May 29, 2011

Poor babies!  The data is before Edward Kennedy died, but still relevant!

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