Global debt issuance is on course to hit a record high in 2016 as figures showed sales this year topped $5 trillion (£3.9 trillion) at the end of September. Debt issuance rose to $5.02 trillion in the nine months to September 22, according to Dealogic, putting 2016 on course to beat the all-time high of $6.6 trillion recorded in 2006.
Even if everyone in the room and even behind the curtain holds their nose at Trump when he walks in the room or says something bombastic, Trump has something that Hillary could never buy: the sense of being a truly outside option, a chance at resetting and trying again. What has been done in America up to this point has, very clearly, not worked for the average American, the dying middle class families and the increasing number of desperate and poor populations. In that climate and that context, it would seem that even a completely rigged election could hardly favor Hillary – she’s the new face of the system’s dirty diaper. Time to go.
According to CBS New York reporter Tony Aiello, a sign inside of the student center at Hofstra reads, “Trigger warning: The event conducted just beyond this sign may contain triggering and/or sensitive material. Sexual violence, sexual assault, and abuse are some topics mentioned within this event. If you feel triggered, please know there are resources to help you.”
llary Clinton gets the vote from America’s richest citizens. Or at least she’s getting their cash. The former Secretary of State and current Democratic presidential candidate has collected $21.1 million for her campaign and its supporting political action committees from 17 U.S. donors on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Republican Donald Trump has received $1.02 million from 12 members of the group.
Although it’s not official (which means government acknowledged), the U.S. is in a Great Depression that began in 2000 and has never really ended. Oh, it was papered over with massive spending, debt and false confidence and false government reporting and wars, but the depression remained.
The Hillary Clinton machine hit it hard over the weekend, pushing the narrative that GOP hopeful Donald Trump has built his entire campaign on a foundation of lies. And of course the media took the bait. While there are plenty of Trump tales worth examining, Clinton’s camp ought to be careful pointing out Trump’s untruths considering her penchant for twisting the truth to suit her needs.
There are countless reasons why one may decide to train in martial arts. That said, one of the top and most common reasons is so that they can learn moves that can protect them from harm – or even potentially save their life one day.
This debate will be about the epic clash of personalities, and the dramatic fight to the death between the old establishment hacks – epitomized by the corrupt and crumbling Hillary – and the swarms of angry Americans seeking ‘real change’ through the body politic. Hopefully, somewhere in the showdown for democracy, or whatever one wants to bill it, there will be something tangible or even articulately promising about the future of the American people, who have been economically shafted and continuously denied representation in government that gives away everything to the globalist system of domination.
The wars in the Mid-East illustrate the principle nicely. Iraq didn’t work. Libya didn’t work. Iran didn’t back down. ISIS and related curiosities? The Pentagon is again bombing an enemy that can’t fight back—its specialty—but that it seems unable to defeat. The wrong military, wrong enemy, wrong war, wrong world.
Democrats (only) hope he is unlikely to last 90 minutes onstage without an outburst, particularly in the face of sustained challenge and counterarguments from a woman. That's her only way to win this, and I doubt he gives it to her.