I am noticing a gradual war against Planned Parenthood.
A lot of Planned Parenthood offices are closing down.
The United States government is looking to defund Planned Parenthood.
Plus new videos show how Planned Parenthood is involved in highly corrupt practices.
So I asked my go-to guy on the culture creation industry (John Adams) about it…
Continue reading Why are Planned Parenthood clinics closing so frequently?
When they say 97% of scientists agree global warming is man made, it is really true?
We get the idea that science is perfect.
But when grant money is on the line, scientists tend to skew the numbers to match the agenda.
The Public Library of Science made this astonishing admission:
It can be proven that most claimed research findings are false
John Adams and I go behind the scenes of faulty research findings here:
Continue reading Here is why most published research findings are fabricated
I have heard the word “dialectic” thrown around a lot for much of my adult life.
But I never understood what dialects were (and how it affected me).
Confusing words like “thesis” and “antithesis” and “synthesis” are often used to explain it.
But this just confuses me even more.
Any time I look for help on complex matters, I turn to John Adams.
John specializes in deconstructing the culture creation industry…
And we discuss simple explanations of various dialectics. Plus we brainstorm many dialectic examples in this podcast:
Adjust your speakers and listen to this podcast episode:
Continue reading How to cut through a dialectic and make better life choices
According to RealtyTrac, homes located near Trader Joe’s appreciate 40% (on average) since the home sale date.
This is slightly higher than locating next to Whole Foods – 36% (which is the same as the national average).
But the real bite comes from the tax collector:
Continue reading Buying a house? Stay away from Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods
Sometimes, stereotyping is the right thing to do.
So here we go:
I never trust a man who wears a bow tie.
In my 48 years of life, almost 99.9% of the people I meet wearing bow ties are flat out nuts.
(I apologize to the other .1%.)
Why the caution?
They are unpredictable.
One day, bow-tie wearers might flip the switch and become a completely different person.
And this is dangerous.
You be the judge…
Take a look at these 29 well-known people who wear bow ties:
Continue reading 29 reasons to never ever trust a man who wears a bow tie
For those in the know, there are certain numbers and words that have a high significance in life.
Continue reading Code
Everyone knows companies use low prices to lure us into its stores.
This pricing strategy is called a loss leader.
These are products that are sold at (or even below) its cost to give the impression everything is priced low.
It is a classic retail scheme – attract shoppers with low prices on some items…
Then make profits when the same customer buys more profitable items during the same shopping trip.
IKEA uses food as its loss leader…
Food blogger Chris Spear reveals IKEA’s loss leader food secret:
Continue reading Behind the scenes of IKEA’s Swedish meatball pricing scheme
I rarely get scammed or ripped off these days.
What is my secret?
I think like a white-collar thief.
These psychopaths are much more cunning and dangerous than street thieves.
And the most corrupt thieves like to brag about their scams.
Robert Green and Joost Elffers actually published The 48 Laws of Power.
It is the scammer’s bible on how to steal money from the masses.
Here is the compact version of this psychopathic book:
Continue reading How to bulletproof yourself from slick scammers & thieves
We are brainwashed into thinking life is scary.
But the truth is most doom and gloom has never happened:
Continue reading Failed scary predictions that never came true in the USA