Here in the richest country on earth, 50 million of us — one in six Americans — go hungry. More than a third of them are children. Debates on how to address hunger – in both Congress and the media — are filled with tired clichés about freeloaders undeserving of government help, living large at the expense of honest, hardworking taxpayers. But the documentary A Place at the Table paints a truer picture of America’s poor.
Answering some of the arguments against the idea that small sustainable communities are impractical.
"The Biggest Game in Town" video was produced on January 8th 2000 and then was distributed only by VHS tapes. About 8,000 originals were distributed internationally and copy/distribution rights were given whereby about 140,000 1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation copies were circulated. The documentary published to Google video is not the best film quality but it gets the valid information out there and was annotated on the lower script line with 2008 information. This was the first CAFR1 video that got the ball rolling for international disclosure of the CAFR of which has become the biggest shell game played in government finance.
Government promotes annual "Budget Reports" and at the same time virtually not a peep as to their Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) Do a Google search on CAFR The shell game in simple analogy that has been played out by government per the CAFR vs. The Budget is as follows: If you have a basket of 40 apples (the budget) and a basket of 200 oranges (the CAFR), if you audit the basket of apples you will find 40 apples and then government implies "an audit of the fruit basket shows 40 apples, look no oranges!" A complete AUDIT of international holdings and trading activity is URGENTLY needed to see the "NET" results of the market manipulations that took place since September 2001 to present...... Will this happen? Not as long as the foxes maintain regulation over the hen house!
SEE: http://TaxRetirement.com Learn quickly... have no doubts about it, final ownership of our country by the corporate government syndicate or by the people is at stake here. The BLACK-OUT continues from our government, the syndicated media, controlled education, and both primary political parties.. DUE TO THE MONEY AND CONTROL INVOLVED! Merry Christmas - Happy Holidays - and a Great New Year! Walter J. Burien, Jr. Producer of The Biggest Game in Town - January 8th 2000 Support CAFR1 -
PS: I just got my hard copy edition of: "Don't Start the Revolution Without Me" by Jesse Ventura the ex-governor of Minnesota. I think I will enjoy greatly reading the book of a straight shooter who doesn't pull his punches..
Conservatives and Liberals have different reasons as to why Detroit is going bankrupt. The real reason - whites have left town and they are the economic producers.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
$100 - The Most counterfeited money denomination in the world.
Keeps the world moving.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
$10,000 - Enough for a great vacation or to buy a used car.
Approximately one year for the average human on earth.
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
$1.000,000 - Not as big of a pile as you thought, huh?
Still, this is 92 years of work for the average human on earth.
A satirical short film taking a look at the national debt and how it applies to just one family. Starring Brian Stepanek & Eddie Jemison, Produced by Seth William Meier, DP/Edited by Craig Evans, 1st AC Brian Andrews, Sound Mixer Gus Salazar, Written and Directed by Brian Stepanek.
By Michael Snyder
How would America ever survive without the central planners in the Obama administration and at the Federal Reserve? What in the world would we do if there was no income tax and no IRS? Could the U.S. economy possibly keep from collapsing under such circumstances? The mainstream media would have us believe that unless we have someone “to pull the levers” our economy would descend into utter chaos, but the truth is that the best period of economic growth in U.S. history occurred during a time when there was no income tax and no Federal Reserve. Between the Civil War and 1913, the U.S. economy experienced absolutely explosive growth. The free market system thrived and the rest of the world looked at us with envy. The federal government was very limited in size, there was no income tax for most of that time and there was no central bank. To many Americans, it would be absolutely unthinkable to have such a society today, but it actually worked very, very well. Without the inventions and innovations that came out of that period, the world would be a far different place today.