In this 2-part blog, Sal goes through the surprising revolutionary war origins of “fake news”, governmental influence on corporate policies, and how dependence on social media has led to the unfortunate rise of “Economic Pluralism”.
With Trump recently kicking off his reelection campaign in Orlando, Florida- both political parties are now gearing up for what may end up being the most exciting campaign race to date. In this blog, Sal lays out 7 key strategies Trump will need if he plans to win in 2020.
“You can’t believe everything you hear”- especially when it comes to the extreme bias shown by the media conglomerates. The “top stories” are often sold to the highest bidder- to where corporate or political sponsors use their influence to CREATE stories rather than REPORT them. Sal outlines the history and reasons behind the deception and provides questions that every U.S. should be asking to help recognize American policy from planned agendas.
In this 5ht installment of Sal’s Book Reviews, discover how G. Edward Griffin’s Book “The Creature from Jekyll Island” explains the history of the Federal Reserve Banking System, from it’s beginnings in the early 1900s, all the way up to today- with all the plot twists, and characters you would expect from a Hollywood Movie! A Great Read.
Read more about how President Trump has backed down from imposing a 5% tariff on Mexican imports (that would have started June 10- then increasing 5% per month- up to 25%) after Mexican negotiators agreed to an aggressive crackdown on Central American migrants.
Progressivism in modern society has opened the door for centralized governments to alter laws and practices on a grand scale- especially when it comes to currency and wealth. What you don’t know about the Federal Reserve System will shock you…
Sal Reviews Una Birch’s well balanced, documented, factual adventure into the history and relevance of Secret Societies in modern politics.
With the trade war escalating with China, what does the U.S. Blacklisting Chinese communication giant Huawei mean for the U.S. and for Google? Do they agree with Trump’s economic sanctions? What about personal privacy/security- and how is this a potential military threat? Read this blog to learn more.
Baby Boomers were much like the Generation-X of the 1960s and 1970s. Caught between the Hippie Counterculture, the Vietnam War, higher education, and everything in between… Sal reflects on the influence that politics at the time has continued into today’s society, and all the insights learned along the way. Not to mention some pretty darn good music!
Other than Sal and Tony Bennett both hailing from the boroughs of New York (Brooklyn vs. Queens – respectively) it turns out there are a ton of similarities between “Just Getting Started” and “Boys of Brooklyn”- right down to the fact that both Sal and Tony’s family are descended from Calabria, Italy… just add in a little Hollywood “Who’s Who” list of characters (and well respected civil rights leaders) for Tony and you’ll agree with Sal when he says that Tony “gives insight, not only to himself and New York- but to the contribution to humanity itself”.