Today we discuss taxation from the view of the modern survivalist. We examine the non partisan truth of taxation, the reality that the only constant in taxes for over 100 years is more taxation which have created more spending. We now have an unsustainable government and that government has created sustainable poverty.
The long term consequences of this system are easy to see, understand and if we are not careful feel overwhelmed by. I am here today to tell you that you are not controlled by the system, it is you and your fellow American’s that power the system. Unlike a battery though you control your power, where is focused, home much is used etc.
The reality is we are our own solutions and it is only by first changing ourselves that we can ever hope to change our system. Tune in today for the horrible truth about taxation and the empowering reality of your ability to control it.
Time to get back to our Monday tradition of answering listener questions. Today we have questions on economic issue, dogs, gardening, guns and more. Also make sure to check out our links and resources today as we have a tremendous number of very valuable resources today.
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A few of my upcoming appearances
How would cap and trade create a new fiat currency
What are the advantages of the scout rifle concept
Today we do our second edition of call in Friday where I take listener calls and comments on the air. To call in an leave your own question for me just dial 866-65-THINK and leave a message and you might hear yourself on the air.
Join me today as we discuss
Where to find chickens for your homestead
How many eggs does an average hen lay
What protection do chickens need in winter
What about filtering water during a city water contamination
What is a good book for your BOB
If you are buying your first two guns, should both be handguns
What is the purpose of a handgun
What can people in very cold climates do to be able to grow food
Is liberty given as a gift not understood and valued the way liberty fought for is
What can we learn from the earthquake in Haiti
What would Jefferson say if he was around today
Why are three Navy Seals in trouble because a terrorist got a bloody lip
Is a solar rebate “taking the governments money”
How do you store food long term with Mylar, buckets and O2 Absorbers
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Remember to comment, chime in and tell us your thoughts, this podcast is one man’s opinion, not a lecture or sermon. Also please enter our listener appreciation contest and help spread the word about our show
Today we take a look at 9 underrated threats, I refer to them as underrated because they don’t really get discussed in main stream media or when they are discussed no deep understanding of them, their historical significance or their interconnected nature.
Today we discuss the following threats and what they might mean to use in the future.
China’s move to create a “big ten” and own the global automotive industry
Europe’s massive immigration problems
The effect of Monsanto and other agricultural giants imposing seed patents in third world nations
The fact that China and Russia have been buying up gold this year
China’s big move in buying up contracts on exports, natural resources, mining companies, manufacturing facilities and more
The depletion of global fossil aquifers
China’s move to basically own Africa and why they could very well pull it off
The global tax system based on the Global Warming Scam
How an economic recovery at the wrong time could long term be a huge threat to the US and Western Europe
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