We live in a world today where the number of people that understand the truth about a wide array of topics, especially societal infrastructures, is severely diminishing. The reason for this is a combination of various factors, including the stripping of critical thinking skills from schooling worldwide as well as the exponential proliferation of disinformation … Continue reading Truth Lies with System Outcomes, Not the Stated Intentions of its Architects
Before I get started, please note that you can now download, for free, mp3 audio files of all my podacsts on Podbean, Apple iTunes and Spotify. In my mid-year financial review, I am going to review what I believe are the most important podcasts, out of the 107 I’ve published on my new skwealthacademy … Continue reading skwealthacademy Mid-Year Financial Review: What You Need to Know to Survive H2 2020
In this article, I am going to explain how we can parlay Joe Rogan's courageous decision into a much greater liberty movement. About six weeks ago, I wrote an article asking if Joe Rogan’s podcast had gone from defiant to compliant based upon the evolution of his conversations with podcast guests that had become markedly … Continue reading How We Can Parlay Joe Rogan’s Courageous Decision into Much Greater Liberty
This week, a couple of American billionaires captured headlines, including hedge fund manager Ray Dalio, when they stated in an interview that they believed a violent revolution in America is a realistic scenario for the near future, during which “we are all going to try to kill each other.” Many dismissed Dalio’s claims as headline-grabbing … Continue reading Will Burgeoning Violence Spurred by Wealth Inequality in Developing Nations Spread to the First World?