Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” shares a clip of Woody Harrelson explaining to Bill Maher why he no longer trusts Big Pharma or Big Government.
If you haven’t noticed, the weather around the planet has been acting weird of late. You have a record number of tornadoes touching down in the United States, strange earthquakes in the Canary Islands and mudslides in Canada that conveniently ended pipeline protests.
Is it possible that worldwide governments have resorted to weather manipulation to serve their own agendas? Riss Flex seems to think so. To drive the point home, she cites a 2016 deluge that struck northern Australia out of nowhere, in an area that was experiencing severe drought. The Aussies were obviously happy for the much-needed moisture, but one family noticed something odd–in addition to the raindrops, it was raining live fish!
What the hell is going on? Perhaps another example of manipulation? Here’s Flex with more.
Big John, the Prophet of Prepping on Prepared Mind, says we have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving week, but we have a lot we need to keep an eye on.
He says the SHTF (sh*t hitting the fan) continues down this wild road and is now seemingly out of control. “I remember when things used to be about equality, now they’re about equity,” John says. “We’ve heard about equal opportunity, now it’s about evil opportunity.”
It appears that our government is producing more scenarios to let evil into our lives. Do they have the authority to continue down this path? Big John gives his take on the madness and warns to be prepared for the worst.
Today will go down in history as the most expensive Thanksgiving ever, hands down! Transportation alone is up a whopping 60 percent, home costs have risen 20 percent and food costs have spiraled upward 10 to 12 percent.
“The essentials are through the roof now and we’re only at the beginning of this,” says Blaze TV’s Glenn Beck. Why the enormous change? Beck joins Stu Burguiere to make their case that government has gotten in the way.
Russell Gray, co-host of “The Real Estate Guys” radio show, says we’re witnessing a massive shift in the real estate market from small players to the big boys, apparently by design.
Gray tells World Alternative Media’s Josh Sigurdson that as moratoriums eventually expire, the government will be able to easily repackage homes that people have defaulted on, then give them away and be seen as heroes, despite causing the problem in the first place. Could we be seeing the largest takeover of private property in U.S. history? Tune in to find out more.
Big business and big government are not enemies like everyone thinks they are. Tim Carney, a staffer on the Washington Times who authored The Big Ripoff, says politicians claim they protect us from big business by passing regulations. In reality, those regulations are often written by big business lobbyists and they hurt small competitors most.
“When government gets bigger, whether through spending or taxes or regulations, big business benefits,” Carney says. “Capitalism is a cutthroat thing, but this isn’t capitalism. When you turn to government to regulate your competitors out of business, we need to say, ‘No, this is wrong!'” Carney joins John Stossel to debate the issue.
Big government rushed to the aid of Americans struggling financially during the COVID pandemic, but much of the relief came with stipulations that could have devastating impacts on Americans’ finances and records, such as your credit score.
In simple terms, it’s time to pay your debt. Glenn Beck explains that the government forbearance, or the idea that you don’t have to pay your mortgage or rent now, went a long way to help Americans during the pandemic. But it’s important to understand it didn’t mean the debt was excused. And with America on its way to normality again, the financial pain begins. Here’s more with Beck.ARVE Error: need id and provider
The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen. Not everyone understands why that’s true, however, and Dennis Prager responds to some of those critics, pointing out, “The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen.
Prager also introduces a rare guest–20-year-old Amala Ekpunobi–an impressive new edition to the PragerU family, who became a much happier person when she left left-wing activism and victimhood in favor of logical conservative values.
With the Democrat Party barreling out of control on a careless spending spree, it appears that free college for all is next on the docket.
Thanks to big government, the cost of a college education has skyrocketed at an alarming rate, rising a shocking 1,000 percent since the 1970s. PragerU’s Will Witt takes the issue to the University of Texas at Austin campus, where he receives some interesting thoughts on whether a college education should be a freebie and who will pay for it.