‘Dr. Death’ is why you should always question the medical establishment

The establishment has conditioned many Americans to believe that once a doctor has made it through medical school, his white coat represents a shroud of unquestionable knowledge and infallible character. For some Americans, believing the hype has come with deadly and debilitating consequences.

Most of us have heard stories from friends or relatives who suspect that their doctors performed unnecessary procedures in an effort to pad profits.  This is extremely common among older adults. Unfortunately, it’s usually hard to prove— and the doctors involved in this dishonest activity know what loopholes can keep them out of trouble.

Sure, it’s dishonest. But usually it’s the insurers or government providers getting hosed, so no one really bothers to push the issue that much.

But what if that sign of greed within the medical community were indicative of a bigger problem? What if there are doctors out there who, despite all of their schooling and student debt, have no business making life or death decisions for patients?

In a battle between Trump and the Federal Reserve, who really wins?

As a part of the increasingly obvious set up of conservative movements by international banking interests and globalist think-tanks, I have noticed an expanding disinformation campaign which appears to be designed to wash the Federal Reserve of culpability for the crash of 2008 that has continued to fester to this day despite the many claims of economic “recovery.”

In my article The False Economic Recovery Narrative Will Die In 2017, I outlined the propaganda trap being established by globalist owned and operated media outlets like Bloomberg, in which they consistently claim that Donald Trump has “inherited” an economy in ascendancy from the Obama administration.  I also thoroughly debunked their positions and “evidence” by showing how each of their fundamental indicators has actually been in steady decline since 2008, even in the face of massive monetary intervention and fiat printing by the Fed.

The Russian Love Affair With Donald Trump Sours As The U.S. And Russia Move Toward War

NATO Seasparrow surface missile is launched from the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush - Publc DomainIn recent months Donald Trump has been severely criticized by both Democrats and Republicans for not being sufficiently “anti-Russia”, but the truth is that the Trump administration has not been working hard enough to repair a relationship that is now souring very rapidly.  When Donald Trump won the election in November, the Russians celebrated tremendously, because they greatly preferred Trump over Hillary Clinton.  But just because Trump was victorious does not mean that our relationship with Russia will automatically improve.  Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin both have huge egos, and it is quite easy to imagine a scenario in which things between them go very, very badly.

‘Allahu Akbar’ Becomes A Rallying Call As Leftists Join Forces With Radical Muslims To Fight Trump All Across America

Anti-Trump Muslim Protest - Photo by Fibonacci BlueAn “unholy alliance” between anti-Trump leftists and radical Muslims is beginning to emerge all over America. President Trump’s recent executive order that restricted immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries is bringing a very strange mixture of people out to street protests. On the one hand you have hardcore Muslims that are chanting “Allahu Akbar” and that believe that Islamic law will someday prevail over the U.S. Constitution, and on the other hand you have radical leftists marching right next to them that are protesting for “women’s rights”, “gay rights” and “civil rights”. The ironic thing about all of this is that if the radical Muslims have their way, the leftists will either convert to Islam someday or will be completely destroyed. But for now they need one another, and so a very odd marriage of convenience has taken place.

Bust: U.S. household debt nearing 2008 levels

Thanks in large part to massive student loan and credit card debt, American households are dealing with an economic reality similar to the financial squeeze in 2008.

According to a report out from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the nation’s household debt level rose by $226 billion in the final quarter of 2016, bringing the total to $12.58 trillion.

That’s just .08 percent less than the amount of debt held by U.S. households as the nation bore the brunt of economic recession kicked off by the housing crisis in 2008.

The debt levels are expected to hit new highs in 2017.

The largest portion of household debt continues to be made up of mortgages, which consume about 67 percent of the total.

But the amount of student loan debt has risen steadily in recent years. In total, Americans owed $1.31 trillion in student loan debt by the end of last year.

Conservatives we need: Keep an eye on Rep. Justin Amash

For many Americans on the right, President Donald Trump’s election came with a great sigh of relief. True conservatives, meanwhile, realize that President Donald Trump is just as likely to abuse the Constitution as his predecessor.

That’s a point Michigan Republican Rep. Justin Amash, one of the nation’s most libertarian-leaning lawmakers, is working overtime to highlight.

The newspaper on Monday published a piece recognizing Amash’s efforts to check the Trump administration’s power.

From the newspaper:

Mr. Amash says his opposition is based on principle, as a libertarian concerned about government overreach and adherence to the Constitution. While many Republican lawmakers hold similar beliefs, Mr. Amash has been an especially outspoken proponent of smaller government, even on issues—such as reducing surveillance—where his views put him out of step with the more mainstream elements of the GOP.

Did John McCain really get pranked? Does it matter?

Late last week, news surfaced that a pair of Russian phone pranksters allegedly recorded Sen. John McCain discussing his desire to aggravate tensions with Russia.

There are unverified reports that Sen. John McCain was recently punked by Russian pranksters pretending to be Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman. In a video posted to YouTube, a voice allegedly belonging to McCain is heard repeatedly telling the leader that he is working to get the U.S. to pressure Russia into abandoning its support of  Ukrainian separatists. One way the U.S. should be involved, the voice on the video says, is by providing weapons to Ukraine.

McCain isn’t the first politician the pranksters claim they have fooled. Rep. Maxine Waters also reportedly received a call from the Russian duo, during which she was fooled into believing that Russia had invaded Limpopo.

Stories of the pranks began making the internet rounds last week– but whether the voices heard in the videos actually belong to the lawmakers is still unverified.