Whistleblower Single Issue - March 2009
March 2009 - BLACK HOLE: What's really going on with the U.S. economy – and how you can succeed despite the chaos
Leaving millions of Americans in shock, President Barack Obama and the Democrat-controlled Congress have quickly perpetrated nothing less than an economic and political coup d'état in the once free-market United States of America.
In the guise of "stimulating" the economy, Obama has frightened and intimidated the powers-that-be into embracing European-style socialism. Americans increasingly live with constant anxiety, fearing loss of both their wealth and their personal freedoms as government expands like a cancer.
On top of that, thanks to politicians' and pundits' daily offerings of nonsensical and contradictory explanations for the financial crisis, many Americans are confused and paralyzed into inaction.
In response, WND's acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine has dedicated its March edition to explaining the incredible reality of what's actually happening right now. It's titled, "normal'>BLACK HOLE: What's really going on with the U.S. economy – and how you can succeed despite the chaos."
In it, Whistleblower explains to readers in clear, simple terminology – devoid of economist jargon – the amazing truth about how and why the American economy is in freefall.
"Prepare to be shocked," says WND managing editor David Kupelian. "Prepare, also, to be radically informed, and to have your eyes opened to a new paradigm."
"But take heart," adds Kupelian. "Not all is gloomy in this Whistleblower issue. In fact, the final section will forever change the way you look at work, saving, wealth, retirement and your future – whether times are good or whether they're troubled, like now."
Highlights of normal'>BLACK HOLE" include:
"Economic coup d'état" by David Kupelian
"What's going on?" by Joseph Farah
"A primer on economic crises and their solutions" by Vox Day, who paints a simple and clear picture of what's really happening in the economy today
"Dear Congress: Leave us alone!" by Craig R. Smith
"The Madoff bill" by Dennis Prager, who lays out the truth about the most disastrous spending orgy in history
"University endowments lose a quarter of their value"
"Investment losses mount as Ponzi schemes proliferate" by Jerome Corsi, on why hedge fund managers in down markets too often resemble con artists
"The name of the game is BAILOUT" by G. Edward Griffin, a comprehensive and brilliant explanation of how and why taxpayers are required to subsidize banks when their loans go sour
"Abolish the Fed now, urges Ron Paul," in which the popular Texas congressman reveals how the Federal Reserve's fingerprints are on every American economic disaster of the last century
"EU bank bailouts threaten European political stability"
"Top fund manager calls 'stimulus' package 'unmitigated disaster'"
"Prospects for dollar in '09 'abysmal and deteriorating'"
"Global recession hits China"
"How big is a trillion?"
"Never retire" by Rabbi Daniel Lapin, who explains why withdrawing from work or business is a huge mistake – at any age.
"If you want some genuine help in navigating through the difficult economic, social and political times America is now entering," said Kupelian, "You and your family really need this issue of Whistleblower."
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