Archive for July, 2018

Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand

July 27, 2018


Peopled by larger-than-life heroes and villains, charged with towering questions of good and evil, Atlas Shrugged is Ayn Rand’s magnum opus: a philosophical revolution told in the form of an action thriller—nominated as one of America’s best-loved novels by PBS’s The Great American Read.

Who is John Galt? When he says that he will stop the motor of the world, is he a destroyer or a liberator? Why does he have to fight his battles not against his enemies but against those who need him most? Why does he fight his hardest battle against the woman he loves?

You will know the answer to these questions when you discover the reason behind the baffling events that play havoc with the lives of the amazing men and women in this book. You will discover why a productive genius becomes a worthless playboy…why a great steel industrialist is working for his own destruction…why a composer gives up his career on the night of his triumph…why a beautiful woman who runs a transcontinental railroad falls in love with the man she has sworn to kill.

Atlas Shrugged, a modern classic and Rand’s most extensive statement of Objectivism—her groundbreaking philosophy—offers the reader the spectacle of human greatness, depicted with all the poetry and power of one of the twentieth century’s leading artists.

Being George Washington

July 27, 2018



Glenn Beck writes this inside look at George Washington.

This is the amazing true story of a real-life superhero who wore no cape and possessed no special powers—yet changed the world forever.

His life reads as if it were torn from the pages of an action novel: Bullet holes through his clothing. Horses shot out from under him. Unimaginable hardship. Disease. Spies and double-agents. And while we celebrate his great heroism and character, we discover he was also a flawed man. It’s those flaws that should give us hope for today. Understanding the very human way he turned himself from an uneducated farmer into the Indispensable (yet imperfect) Man is the only way to build a new generation of George Washingtons who can take on the extraordinary challenges that America is once again facing.


Billionaire Boys Club

July 27, 2018


Based on a true story of a group of Beverly Hills classmates that scam the investors into investing into a ponzi scheme filled with drugs & alcohol that ends with a couple of murders and life in prison.

How It Ends

July 27, 2018


As a mysterious apocalypse causes the spread of misinformation and violence, a man and his estranged father-in-law race across a chaotic and fractured country to save his pregnant wife. Starring Theo James, Forest Whitaker and Kat Graham, How It Ends premieres July 13 only on Netflix.

Got Ammo ?

July 21, 2018



You may have heard on the news about a Southern California man who was put under 72-hour psychiatric observation when it was found he owned 100 guns and allegedly had 100,000 rounds of ammunition stored in his home.

The house also featured a secret escape tunnel.

By Southern California standards, someone owning 100,000 rounds is considered “mentally unstable.”

In Michigan, he’d be called “the last white guy still living in Detroit.”

In Arizona, he’d be called “an avid gun collector.”

In Arkansas, he’d be called “a novice gun collector.”

In Utah, he’d be called “moderately well prepared,” but they’d probably reserve judgment until they made sure
that he had a corresponding quantity of stored food.”

In Kansas, he’d be “A guy down the road you would want to have for a friend.”

In Montana, he’d be called “The neighborhood ‘Go-To’ guy.”

In Idaho, he’d be called “a likely gubernatorial candidate.”

In Georgia, he’d be called “an eligible bachelor.”
In North Carolina, Virginia, WV, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina and Minnesota, he would be called “a deer hunting buddy.”

In Texas he’d just be “Bubba; who’s a little short on Ammo.”

Isaac’s Storm

July 20, 2018


Isaac’s Storm: A Man, a Time, and the Deadliest Hurricane in History by Erik Larson, Isaac Monroe Cline

At the dawn of the twentieth century, a great confidence suffused America. Isaac Cline was one of the era’s new men, a scientist who believed he knew all there was to know about the motion of clouds and the behavior of storms. The idea that a hurricane could damage the city of Galveston, Texas, where he was based, was to him preposterous, “an absurd delusion.” Galveston would endure a hurricane that to this day remains the nation’s deadliest natural disaster. In Galveston alone at least 6,000 people – possibly as many as 10,000 – would lose their lives, a number far greater than the combined death toll of the Johnstown Flood and the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. Meticulously researched and vividly written, ISAAC’S STORM is based on Cline’s own letters, telegrams, and reports, the testimony of scores of survivors, and our latest understanding of the hows and whys of great storms. It is the story of what can happen when human arrogance meets nature’s last uncontrollable force. As such, ISAAC’S STORM carries a warning for our time.

Loving Pablo

July 20, 2018


Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar was based on the true story as written by his mistress Juanita Vallejo. He was the Columbian Medillin drug king in the 1980’s who smuggled 40 tonnes of cocaine into USA through Florida.


July 20, 2018


This movie explores a piece of the American drug puzzle. It ignores the Pharmaceutical drug prescription cartels , vaccinations, fluoride, teflon, amalgamated silver, guardasil, aspartame, neutra sweet, sweet n low, sucralose, Fracking , chemtrails, GMO’s, opiod addictions, depleted uranium, pesticides, herbicides, round up, wars & abortions just to name a few Democide games.

In Mexico, Sicario means hitman. In the lawless border area stretching between the U.S. and Mexico, an idealistic FBI agent is enlisted by an elite government task force official to aid in the escalating war against drugs. Led by an enigmatic consultant with a questionable past, the team sets out on a clandestine journey forcing Kate to question everything that she believes in order to survive.

Mary Magdalene

July 13, 2018


A look at the Biblical woman known as Mary Magdalene. Hollywood’s version of Mary in this movie is maybe half accurate Biblically. However, it is encouraging that Biblical movies are still being produced.

The Man Who Knew

July 13, 2018


This book is written by a staff member of the Counsel of Foreign Relations and sponsored by the CFR. It ignores the genesis of the Fed on Jekyll Island in secrecy, the 13 private families that own & control the Fed, the goal of NWO one world currency called the Bancor or even crypto currencies. The bail outs that are simply a computer ledger entry like creating fiat confetti toilet paper monopoly money out of thin air backed by nothing, filling in a blank mortgage, Car loan, credit card or student loans. Bail outs accrue to the National Debt include: Lockheed Martin,  Penn Central railroad, Continental Savings Bank, Lincoln Savings & Loan, The City of New York, The Country of Mexico (twice) , hedge funds, Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac, Savings & Loan crisis where 1,200 S&Ls were closed and Bill Seidman of the Resolution Trust Corporation auctioned $400 Billion in asetts , $700 Billion in TARP funds and $1,600 Trillion in Derivatives. The ultimate Global Debt Slave Plantation Ponsi Scheme .

Born in 1926, Alan Greenspan was raised in Manhattan by a single mother and immigrant grandparents during the Great Depression but by quiet force of intellect, rose to become a global financial ‘maestro’. Appointed by Ronald Reagan to Chairman of the Federal Reserve, a post he held for eighteen years, he presided over an unprecedented period of stability and low inflation, was revered by economists, adored by investors and consulted by leaders from Beijing to Frankfurt.
Both data-hound and eligible society bachelor, Greenspan was a man of contradictions. His great success was to prove the very idea he, an advocate of the Gold standard, doubted: that the discretionary judgements of a money-printing central bank could stabilise an economy. He resigned in 2006, having overseen tumultuous changes in the world’s most powerful economy. Yet when the great crash happened only two years later many blamed him, even though he had warned early on of irrational exuberance in the market place.
Sebastian Mallaby brilliantly shows the subtlety and complexity of Alan Greenspan’s legacy. Full of beautifully rendered high-octane political infighting, hard hitting dialogue and stories, The Man Who Knew is superbly researched, enormously gripping and the story of the making of modern finance.

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