Prices for goods and services at both the producer and the consumer levels jumped far above forecasts in July. The CPI jumped 0.6 percent (an annual rate of more than seven percent — double the rate economists had predicted and the biggest monthly jump since 1991), while the PPI clocked in at 0.8 percent (an annual rate of nearly 10 percent).
The United States of America declared its independence on July 4, 1776. More than 240 years later, that independence is being threatened like never before. July 4 is a purely American holiday that speaks to our faith as a nation. As Thanksgiving Day is about returning thanks for God's providence in sustaining the early colonists through a hard and desolate period, Independence Day is about the faith that compelled us to declare our independence from a tyrannical power. It is interesting that the United States celebrates the day we declared our independence instead of the day we obtained it. It is doubtful that one in a hundred Americans can tell you the date the Brits surrendered or when England recognized us as a free and independent nation, but most Americans are at least vaguely aware that we declared ourselves independent on July 4, 1776. We considered ourselves free when we declared it; we did not need the recognition of our captors to make it so.
The National Association of Scholars (NAS), a group that looks to foster intellectual freedom on the campuses of America, is under a left-wing and climate-hysteric attack for having the temerity to host a conference called Fixing Science: Practical Solutions for the Irreproducibility Crisis. Among the attacks is the absurd claim that the NAS is harboring a “white supremacy” agenda.
In this episode of Behind The Deep State, host Alex Newman exposes the Federal Reserve System and how it has been used to enslave us. It caused the Great Depression and operates the most profitable scam in human history. This is how the Deep State was able to get all the fiat money it would need to enslave America and eventually humanity.
These comments came during a first meeting with the secretaries of the U.S. military branches by acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan. Shanahan is taking over the position left by Jim Mattis who recently resigned his office as Defense Secretary because of policy disagreements with President Trump.