April 30th, 2013
Not to be outdone by the hundreds of Californians who recently signed a petition to authorize a government sponsored door-to-door confiscations of firearms, college students in Miami-Dade county have stepped up in the interest of America’s safety and security to ban another hazardous weapon of mass destruction – the common kitchen pressure cooker.
You can’t make this stuff up…
Posing as a liberal activist, the petitioner makes her case by claiming [...]
Comprehensive List Of GMO Products
Though California’s Prop. 37 failed I extend my gratitude and sincere thanks to California for publicizing the dangers of GMO. Had this passed, it would have proved a source of great blessing to humanity and put an end to this eugenics agenda that masks poison as “food.”
Note: You can download this pdf file created by the Center for Food Safety that provides guidelines for buying non-GMO foods in your local stores. [...]
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Assault weapons are flying of the shelves at gun stores in the St. Louis area.
Calls for a ban on assault rifles in the wake of the Newtown, CT shooting have gun enthusiasts rushing to local stores to get one before they’re all gone.
WEST LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Retailers are concerned that bargain-hunting shoppers may be growing increasingly aggressive when it comes to the start of the Christmas shopping season.
KNX 1070?s John Brooks reports local stores are boosting security ahead of what could be a rowdy – and record-setting – Black Friday.
Analysts are predicting a 3.1 percent jump in sales from over a year ago when stores open the day after – or even as early [...]
J. D. Heyes
Oct 2, 2012
Make no mistake – the economic situation in a number of European nations is deteriorating rapidly, so much so that basic survival has become an issue for more and more people.
Consider Spain, whose government will have to borrow €207 billion (about $334.6 billion) next year just to survive (widening the country’s debt to more than 90 percent of its annual gross domestic product – the [...]
by Charles Hugh Smith
Online shopping is rippling through the economy, affecting not just retail but energy consumption and the job market.
Correspondent Marc A. responded to my recent entry Is Anybody Else Tired of Buying and Owning Stuff? (September 7, 2012) with an informed commentary on how online shopping is affecting the retail sector. The Web and online shopping is rippling through the economy, affecting not just retail but energy consumption and the job market.
I shop the big box for several reasons. First, I have not found the quality to be any different than any place else. These days, the products all come from the same places. I can hunt all over town for shoes, clothing, appliances, and what have you, and the same products are available in all the stores, just at different prices. The local ‘mom and pop’ stores belong to organizations [...]
Below is an example of 20% inflation in the span of a few weeks, which will most certainly not be captured in government statistics of food inflation. Additionally, with cotton just opening 470 ticks higher and 30 away from limit up, we hope readers took our advice from a month ago.
Courtesy of Survival Blog
Carlos in the U.P. wrote: “I noted with interest that the Wal-Mart I [...]