30 Apr 2014

Get REAL with Jan Skoyles - The First Ever Crowdfunded Financial News Show! + US Economy Is A House Of Cards

The fifth episode of the world's first ever crowdfunded financial news show - Get REAL with Jan Skoyles

Janet Bloomfield (JudgyBitch) Interviews 'A Voice for Men' Operations Manager Dean Esmay

Paul Elam: A talk about the First International Conference On Men's Issues in Detroit, Dean's role at AVfM, his personal history, his views on the men's movement, and anything else she wants to ask him about.

Wisdom From Steve Jobs On The Coming System Reset + U.S. Dollar Is A Terribly Flawed Currency - Jim Rogers

Steve Jobs used to tell a very inspiring story about an article he read in Scientific American when he was a boy:
By Simon Black: He said that the article measured the ‘efficiency of locomotion’ of various species– essentially how many calories different animals spend getting from Point A to Point B.
The most efficient of all? Not human beings. Not by a long shot. It was the condor. The condor expended the least amount of energy per meter or kilometer traveled. Human beings were pretty far down the list.
But as Jobs recounts, the authors had the foresight to also test the efficiency of a human being on a bicycle. And this absolutely blew all the other species away.

Male Contraception: It’s Cumming

By One of the greatest scientific accomplishments of all time is contraception. The ability to engage in sexual intercourse while dictating whether a child is conceived is truly a privilege that we should not take for granted.
Men and women both enjoy the options afforded by contraception. However, it is without question that men are seriously lacking when compared with women, for one reason or another. Before we explore why men’s contraception is needed as much as women’s, as well as current options and new research in that area, let’s briefly examine the history behind birth control.

Want to Fix Income/Wealth Inequality? Here's How + ObamaNation 4

There is nothing fancy about these three solutions.
By Charles Hugh Smith: I have covered rising income/wealth inequality for many years in dozens of entries. Since Thomas Piketty's new book has catapulted the topic into the media spotlight, it's a good time to list solutions that go deeper than Piketty's proposed global wealth tax--a proposal he characterizes as utopian.
Every solution is utopian, because the Financial Aristocracy and their central bankster cronies have democracy by the throat. There is no legislative way to change the Status Quo when political power is for sale to the highest bidder, and central banks are issuing nearly-free money to the financial oligarchy that owns the political machinery.
But listing solutions is still important, because it reveals just how far from democracy, rule of law and free-market capitalism we have fallen.

Humanist Counter-Theory Of Primitive And Strict Religious Cultures

By   Physical sciences are very fascinating. Their approach to understanding the world  that may not match their preconceptions is simple: Find theories that explain the phenomena that have been observed. Validation of a theory is then based on its ability to predict the result of experiments. If a phenomenon is observed that does not fall in line with the theories, that phenomenon will not be marginalized, the theories will be replaced instead.
But social “sciences” can get so tainted with bias that an endeavor at capturing different phenomena with a theory can tend toward shrinking all phenomena down into the theory at hand. This same thing has happened with feminism: the “Patriarchy” theory can in fact explain a portion of some social dynamics. But there are many phenomena in total in total contradiction with the Patriarchy theory. But instead of acknowledging the need to replace this theory, Patriarch Theoriests have reduced three arguments to explain away all discrepancies:

  1. Patriarchy hurts men too.
  2. Those women are bargaining with the patriarchy.
  3. In a patriarchy, women have internalized hatred of themselves.
If one entertains the possiblity that these ideas belong in the trash can, the disequilibrium drives rational people to searching for a Humanist counter-theory: the notion that men and women equally build a society, and that cost/benefit arrived at by consensus drives most cultural forces.

Spacey Green... MANSPLAINED

SparkyFister: Ok, for realz, this is my last video on general feminism. I prefer to blast them on every individual subject.

Made In Britain (Selling Ourselves To The World) + Growing Darkness In UK Society + UK Rich Rewarded Every Day - BBC Sucks O Cocks News

The Artist Taxi Driver: "Mostly they're interested in your tax money. ...It is One Big Massive Robbery! ...and they're all involved, the media, ...You're being brainwashed, it's propaganda every single day of the week. They know what they're doing! There's propaganda against the poor, migrants, the disabled. It's disgusting and meanwhile these people are being rewarded!"

Learned The Blue Cowardice - MGTOW + Feminist Twitter PTSD

US Announces Fresh Phase Of Pre WWIII Sanctions Against Russia

"Hey Britain, you cool with Osborne killing your economy to support IMF/EU’s incursion into Ukraine?" Max Keiser

17 Facts To Show To Anyone That Believes That The U.S. Economy Is Just Fine

By Michael Snyder: No, the economy is most definitely not "recovering".  Despite what you may hear from the politicians and from the lame-stream media, the truth is that the U.S. economy is in far worse shape than it was prior to the last recession.  In fact, we are still pretty much where we were at when the last recession finally ended.  When the financial crisis of 2008 struck, it took us down to a much lower level economically.  Thankfully, things have at least stabilized at this much lower level.  For example, the percentage of working age Americans that are employed has stayed remarkably flat for the past four years.  We should be grateful that things have not continued to get even worse.  It is almost as if someone has hit the "pause button" on the U.S. economy.  But things are definitely not getting better, and there are a whole host of signs that this bubble of false stability will soon come to an end and that our economic decline will accelerate once again.  The following are 17 facts to show to anyone that believes that the U.S. economy is just fine...
#1 The homeownership rate in the United States has dropped to the lowest level in 19 years.
#2 Consumer spending for durable goods has dropped by 3.23 percent since November.  This is a clear sign that an economic slowdown is ahead.
#3 Major retailers are closing stores at the fastest pace that we have seen since the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

Why Women Are Selling Out Men

MrDawson38: Using black women as the example, I'll talk about how too many western women turned on men for the mesurable crumbs of power offered by the welfare state and for the illusion of female liberation. And one more thing: middle class and blue collar white men were the last hope for America. They were sold out too.