Monthly Archives: February 2016

Time of Usual Superlatives

The year was 1757. That was when the Last Judgment occurred in the Spiritual World. Yet fundamentalists keep interpreting the Book of Revelation in a material sense, and keep seeing imminent doom. The Last Judgment though has already happened. Since … Continue reading

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Kalamazoo Uber Mystery

In Kalamazoo, Michigan there is an Uber-Mystery surrounding an Uber driver who went Über while doing his Uber duties. Another Über mystery is how oil prices and stock prices seem to be joined at the hip. Author Joseph P. Farrell … Continue reading

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Willy We Have Missed You

The death of William Wallace Lincoln on February 20, 1862 coincided with a fierce fight between private banking interests and those favoring Constitutional money. The death of “Willy” Lincoln at age 12 therefore symbolizes the birth of the “Federal” Reserve … Continue reading

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Slippery Eels at Federal Reserve

Getting a straight answer from Janet Yellen is harder than grabbing an eel with a pair of greasy mittens. She, the chief of “Federal” Reserve, ducked and dodged questions from Representative Sean Duffy. Yellen is typical of the species, known … Continue reading

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Greenbacks Sabotaged

Statements attributed to Congressman Thaddeus Stevens in Sarah Emery’s book, Seven Financial Conspiracies Which Have Enslaved the American People, have been verified. The Congressional Globe transcript for February 20, 1862 has Stevens stating just as quoted in Mrs. Emery’s book. … Continue reading

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Appomattox of Federal Reserve

News has emerged that Abraham Lincoln may have had a half-brother, Jesse Linkhorn, born in 1814. There are questions about Old Abe’s ancestry, such as was Thomas Lincoln really the father? And what about Abe’s grandmother, “Wild Lucy” Hanks? The … Continue reading

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Crusader Poetry

On crusade, King Richard the Lionheart had a craving for pork. But none could be found in the Holy Land, whose inhabitants abhorred  swine’s flesh. How was the dilemma to be resolved? The problem of how King Richard dealt with … Continue reading

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