That Crushing Student Loan Debt

Pop quiz! What do Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Microsoft’s Bill Gates have in common? Both are multi-billionaires. Both are Harvard drop-outs. Why does this seem as shocking as it is true? There is a saying in the United States that “to get a good job, you need to get a good education.” This was the […]

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Government Shutdown Soap Opera

Oops, they did it again. The division between bipartisan leadership has drifted the Ship of State into the Rocks of Fiscal Impasse. You Might Like The federal government of the United States of America officially shut down certain operations effective one minute after midnight Saturday, January 20, 2018. Did you sleep through it? By almost […]

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Crop Circle Truths Arise – Part 1

Perhaps the most intriguing of all unexplained mysteries here on Gaia (Earth) is the phenomenon we call crop circles. They are beautiful, sometimes complex, sometimes simple, and always mysterious. Crop Circle (2001) at Milk Hill, Wiltshire, England – 780 feet, 409 circles In case you didn’t know, a crop circle is a sizable pattern created […]

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Trump Orders New Nuclear Weapons

If you think our present nuclear arsenal is scary wait until you see what Trump has in the works… On-going threats from North Korea, paired with China and Russia’s growing military capabilities, has motivated President Donald Trump promised to enhance our nuclear weapon arsenal and the overall U.S. nuclear strategy. This has inspired somewhat of […]

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Hawaii False Flag to Start WWIII?

In breaking news, on the evening of January 13, 2018, Shawn Ching of Hawaii News Now announced, very emphatically, that “there is no ballistic missile threat test. That was a false alarm.” Perhaps he misread the cue card for surely he meant to say, “there is no ballistic missile TEST THREAT.” But hey, one good […]

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California Mudslides and Agenda 2030

California just can’t get a break. After two sets of fires ravaged the central winery and more southernly Santa Barbara areas, heavy rains before dawn on January 9, 2018 – perhaps the strongest in seven years – have produced devastating mudslides. The Golden State has seen this pattern before: unseasonably dry weather strengthening fire damage […]

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