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Marc welcomes the 44th President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, to the garage for conversation about college, fitting in, race relations, gun violence, changing the status quo, disappointing your fans, comedians, fatherhood and overcoming fear.
And yes, this really happened. This episode is presented without commercial interruption;
I’d like to see BO $top by AJ’s studio! Now that would be an interview for the ages! C+
First & Foremost… I convey my condolences to the families of loved ones lost! C+Prayers
*INFOWARS ~David Knight covers other instances where the 2nd amendment saved lives and how even if this was not a false flag attack the left media will use this crisis to go after the guns… As POTUS ~BO wasted no time to suggest in his so called heart felt address… with MSNBC and other headlines portrayed.
TMR Editor’s Note:
The timing of the Charleston church shooting is very suspicious, indeed, occurring the evening before the House Republicans quickly rammed through the Fast-track Trade Bill. That this highly consequential vote took place with so little advance notice is quite suspect as well. The mainstream media was practically AWOL, even after they were all over the issue prior to the first House tandem votes.
The U.S Federal Government seems to use these “weapons of mass distraction” whenever they need to distract the body politic from what they’re really doing in Washington.
How can you prepare for economic collapse?
Even if a currency reevaluation occurs, you likely won’t notice anything different right away. You may find that you still have a job, the stores are still open and you can still take money out of your bank. But if the debt is called in or something else rocks the financial markets, we can expect a huge spike in the cost of goods. If the price of groceries doubles, what would you do?
Here are my personal priorities for getting ready for economic collapse:
In Argentina and other areas affected by high inflation, food shortages were and are still common and even when they had food, people couldn’t afford what they once were able to buy. Besides our mortgage, food is the second highest monthly bill we have. Along with my current preparations if I read in the news about any capital controls or currency reevaluations, my first stop is the local big box store for as many 50LB bags of rice, beans, seasonings like Salt, Pepper and Cayenne, Bouillon cubes, paper plates and cups and toilet paper as I can carry in a few trips. Why these items? These last a very long time and can feed you for a long time. Paper supplies can be burned if needed instead of trying to worry about using water to wash/flush. Why don’t I have them already? Space. I don’t have it right now but I would make space if I needed to.
Why isn’t water my first priority? Only because I have some redundancy already built-in but it is something I am going to redouble my efforts at. For starters I am going to acquire two supplies to pull water out of our well that could help in a couple of other ways. I am getting a manual hand pump since our well isn’t too deep, upgrading the water rain barrels to something with a higher capacity like a 530 Gallon Slimline Rain tank. I will be adding backup Berkey Filters for in home water filtration capacity. With rainwater, local (nearby) sources of water and plenty of ability to filter water we should be set. Not having access to clean drinking water is an easy way to catch diseases and happens very frequently in poor countries or those affected by disaster.
This is a broad topic and for the purposes of this article I am focusing on our house and specifically making it more secure. Plywood sheeting to board up doors and windows, heavy chains to secure items, tarps, brackets to make improvisational door barricades and hand tools for the ability to work without power.
Donald Trump announced Tuesday his intentions to run for president in 2016. While many treat Trump’s candidacy as a joke, he insists that he is the real deal.
“Our country needs a truly great leader, and we need a truly great leader now,” Trump said during his announcement speech. “We need somebody that can take the brand of the United States and make it great again.”
Donald Trump believes he is that leader. Whether people take his candidacy seriously or not, he has the money, he has the name recognition (i.e. the celebrity), and he has actually won a presidential primary before (bet you didn’t know that).
Here are the top 10 reasons why (at least in his view) Trump’s candidacy should be taken seriously:
On Friday, Congress disrupted President Obama’s plan for a sweeping transfer of U.S. sovereignty to an unaccountable group of foreign busybodies. Hurray for the stalwart Americans who resisted the demands of Obama, the Republican leadership and the big-donor claque – but Speaker Boehner plans to give Congress another chance this week to make this dangerous mistake.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would turn over to globalists the power to issue regulations about U.S. trade, immigration, the environment, labor and commerce. It’s called a “living agreement,” which means the globalists can amend and change the text of the so-called agreement after it has gone into effect.
Read more at; http://www.wnd.com/2015/06/no-wonder-obama-wont-let-us-read-tpp/#S1GxX5eIammwdc2H.99
The mysterious leader of Islamic State jihadist outfit Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead, Radio Iran has reported on Monday. Before, a Guardian report citing sources with inside knowledge of the group reported that al-Baghdadi was acutely wounded in a US-led coalition air strike in March. As per that report, al-Baghdadi was wounded at al-Baaj district of Nineveh, near to the Syrian border. Is ISIS head Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi dead? Click here for full story.