In this issue:
Good News | Product Highlight | Brainpower | Finances | Security | Health/Fitness |
Factoid | Thought 4 the Day
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1. Good News
Since the ascendency of the Obama Spendency, our national debt has grown at a
breathtaking pace. In 2012 alone, it grew by $6 trillion (source, GAO), not the
"mere" $1 trillion reported by the lamestream media.|
In 2008, Obama said he'd
cut the debt in half. Obviously, not a serious promise. But if he meant the
deficit rather than the debt, he had an odd way of showing it. He tripled
outgoing GW's $400 billion deficit as he took office in January of 2009. And we
have been going downhill ever since.
The effect of Obama's mass draining of
capital from the economy has been horrific. The number of people on food stamps
doubled, the number of jobless doubled, etc. Homelessness has been become
particularly in fashion as Obamageddon has continued its unrelenting assault on
Against this backdrop of widespread (and avoidable) misery, there are a few
bright lights. A great example is an organization in Northwestern Indiana. The
region has been hit particularly hard by a perfect storm of factors including a
decline of heavy manufacturing. The
Foodbank of Northwestern Indiana is a lifeline for many people. When you see
this kind of organization doing what it does, you have to find that to be "good
You can create some good news, yourself. An easy way is to send this food
bank a donation. Go to their Website, and you can do that in just a few minutes.
Another way to create good news is to volunteer to work in a food bank in
your area. There isn't one? Then do what Stan Gregory of Machesney Park did.
Start one. Stan floated the idea to his church (the North Park Church of
Christ), and got help with establishing a pantry for the poor.
On to other good news, but of a different sort:
The brainwashing is showing signs of fatigue. Economist/Yougov conducted a poll
on the 6th and 7th of February. I don't know how representative the sampling
was, how the poll was conducted, or what its statistical margin of error is.
And, this came from a subjective source (The Daily Briefing, affiliated with
Herman Cain). Still, it is very encouraging even if the margin of error is (for
example), say, 50%.
The poll asked people who voted for Obama during the 2012
"election" this question:
"Do you regret voting for Barack Obama?”
The poll showed that 71% of respondents voted yes. The yes votes by
demographic are as follows:
- 100% of Latino voters
- 80% of "white" voters
- 61% of men said "yes"
- 84% of women said "yes"
- 77% of voters age 35-44
- 77% of voters age 45-64
- 100% of voters over 65
- 71% of "independent" voters
- 100% of Republicans holding their nose in protest vote against Romney.
Though it's hard to argue with the 100% Latino remorse, the report of the
results does exclude various minorities and there's a clue it's painted with a
particular brush. For example, the lie that Obama is somehow "black" is
something many gullible "black" people zeroed in on as a reason to vote for a
man with nothing of sociological or economic consequence in common with American
blacks. And they completely ignored his strong anti-black people track record as
a senator. The poll doesn't show the % of "blacks" who regret having gone along
with this ruse and wasted their vote this way.
Still, these numbers, even if adjusted significantly downward, show a
significant weakening of the brainwashing and that is very good news.
Here's a link to the tabulation:
2. Product Highlight
Thank you (dear readers, generally) for your fantastic response to our iTravl
offer in the last issue. We completely sold out! The response on the
ReadingPens, featured late last year, was also fantastic; we moved a huge amount
of inventory to folks who are now happy customers.
So what product are we
featuring in this issue?
With winter fortunately winding down and bikini weather coming (apologies to
our readers in Oz, Kiwi, and other places south of the equator), it's time to
get rid of some body fat.
And we have just the product to help you do that:
C2K combines the hottest fat burners (chlorgenic acid, raspberry ketones, L-Carnitine)
into one great tasting, fat-blasting supplement.
The hottest supplements for fat
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and raspberry ketones; both were featured on Dr. Oz. C2K combines these amazing
ingredients with L-Carnitine. Use this potent combination to help supercharge
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Get ripped, not ripped off. It really works.
3. Brainpower tip
Watch this video:
Think about why these people
are such ignoramuses. Then make sure this does not happen to you.
opinions in an information void is how you form wrong opinions.
to keep an open mind and form an opinion only after you have enough data from
which to draw a logical conclusion after making a reasoned analysis. To avoid
falling for propaganda, don't just assess the reasonability of supporting
evidence. Look also for data contradicting the point. Otherwise convincing
arguments often cannot survive this process.
4. Finance tip
Want to help the economy recover? Send the message below to your
misrepresentatives and your senator. I'll explain why this is correct, below it.
Here's the message:|
Abolishing the IRS must be a top priority with Congress, if we are to ever
reduce the national debt. Due to its deleterious effects on the economy, plus
compliance costs, plus defense against IRS costs, plus IRS terrorism recovery
costs, plus other other costs, this useless federal agency (really, a bastion of
organized crime) costs the federal government far more revenue than it brings
in. Simply abolishing the IRS will vastly increase federal receipts; do the
Not only is there a financial imperative for abolishing the IRS, there are
also moral and civil rights imperatives. See, for example, the Hoyt Fiasco (info
is online) and see
It boggles the mind that any member of Congress can make any excuse
justifying the continued existence of the IRS. Please make this fact crystal
clear to other members of Congress and help rid this nation of the pestilence
known as the IRS.
Here's the explanation:
The IRS costs the US Treasury FAR more than what it collects and it does
nothing to actually fund the government. It's all cost, zero benefit.
Here is something to consider, just to help you understand the reality of
this. Every penny of what the IRS collects goes toward paying the interest on
the federal debt. Every penny. Not any of it goes toward funding the govt. Not a
It all goes directly to the nFnR. That is, the IRS is de facto the
enforcement arm of a private corporation!
That's important to understand, because it means the IRS raises ZERO revenue
for the govt. So already we can see that eliminating the IRS produces a net
positive. But we're not done with this lesson.
Let us stick our head firmly up our ass and assume for discussion sake that
all of the IRS bounty somehow goes to the US Treasury. Now, with this idiotic
assumption firmly in place, what happens if you abolish the IRS and end the 1040
To answer that, you have to look at the hugely deleterious effects the IRS
has on the economy. For example, the total in compliance costs is about 8 times
the amount the IRS takes. Compliance costs are defined as those costs of filing
the tax forms--including legions of tax advisors, attorneys, and accountants. It
does not include the costs of defending against IRS attacks. This cost is 100%
overhead. That is, the economy is dragged down by EIGHT TIMES the amount of
revenue the IRS raises "for the govt."
It is possible to eliminate compliance costs entirely, did you know that?
Yep. There are several ways to do this. But, I digress. When you simply look at
the compliance costs and the fact they are EIGHT TIMES the cost of the revenue
raised, you understand that they are dragging down the amount of revenue raised.
Not just that this entire amt could otherwise be paid in taxes, but also that
this entire amount is overhead that decreases profit and investment.
So just compliance costs alone prove this point that you should already know.
Eliminate the 1040 tax and the IRS, and federal revenue goes up.
There are other costs, and some of them are quite staggering. No need to go
into those, unless you want to calculate how much federal revenue would increase
by eliminating the 1040 tax and the IRS. But it would be by an enormous margin.
5. Security tip
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
Thanks to Frank Bisbee, of Wireville, for covering this issue in a recent eNL of
There isn't a whole lot we can do about these particular toxins, because we
don't have something like an environmental protection agency that looks out for
our interests. Yes, there is an agency by that name, but its primary function is
to shut down small competitors to large corporations, while turning a blind eye
to egregious chemical dumping by the big guys who have senior administrators on
With all this in the environment, it's crucially important
that you not exacerbate things by deliberately consuming "foods" heavily laced
with endocrine disruptors. Anything with corn sweetener, for example (and that
poison goes by many names, so look carefully at labels).
At age 51.
Click for more detail.
www.supplecity.com, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative
articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to
do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:|
- The best workouts are short and intense.
- A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction
than the typical American diet.
The name of the Do More Evil company that used to have a decent search engine
(Google) is a twist on the name for a number with a million zeros (googel).|
8. Thought for the Day
What sometimes passes for collective wisdom is merely collective and not wise.
Be an independent thinker.
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