Misery Index: Worst in 28 Years

How Miserable? Index Says Worst in 28 Years

28 years ago would be 1983. I remember that time: Jimmy Carter was just replaced by Ronald Reagan as president. The economy was weak, work was scarce and yes, the misery index was high.

Welcome to America - Video Collection

This is how American law enforcement officials and officers treat visitors to the "land of the free, home of the brave," "the freest nation on earth."

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Welcoming German Tourists
Welcome Part 2
Use Your Camera - Get Arrested

Zerohedge:Police State Amerika

Police State Amerika

By David Galland of Casey Research

"Unrestricted in its growth by any constitutionally mandated limits on its ability to create and manipulate money – the official currency now being nothing more than IOUs redeemable in nothing more tangible than coins made out of base metal alloys with inflated face values – and supported by a Supreme Court that has unequivocally demonstrated a willingness to ignore or sign off on egregious tramplings of the Constitution, the stage is set for the U.S. government to evolve into something far more dangerous on the domestic front.

All it requires now is a triggering event, and it would be naïve to think that such an event won’t occur. Maybe not tomorrow, maybe not this decade – but when it inevitably does, the federal government already has all the precedents it needs to do “whatever it takes.” This absence of legal restrictions on its actions is the very foundation of fascism."

I post reference to this article, not because of a love for dire warnings, but mostly because of the warning and advice found in the fifth paragraph from the end:

The Scoop on Scopolamine or Devil's Breath

"Scopolamine, also known as Burundanga, is a powerful sedative extracted from the Brugmansia flower, which is native to Colombia. Scopolamine is commonly used as a central nervous system depressant in patch form to treat nausea, seasickness, motion sickness, and less commonly in treatments of Parkinson’s symptoms and in anesthesia. Scopolamine is starting to attract attention for its potential in treating addiction, specifically nicotine.

Colombian Devil's Breath
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