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Goodbye Middle Class: Half Of All American Workers Made Less Than $34,248.45 Last Year

If you are making less than $3,000 a month, you have plenty of company, because about half of the country is in the exact same boat.  The Social Security Administration just released new wage statistics for 2019, and they are pretty startling.  To me, the most alarming thing in the entire report is the fact that the median yearly wage was just $34,248.45 last year.  In other words, half of all American workers made less than $34,248.45 in 2019, and half of all American workers made more than […]

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The Collapse Is Confirmed: Job losses Ramp Up Again As Millions Of Americans Slide Into Poverty

A recent study has shown that over 8 million Americans have fallen into poverty this year. Meanwhile, the mainstream media insists that we're in the middle of a significant economic rebound, even though numbers have repeatedly proved the opposite. In fact, another 898,000 new unemployment claims were filed last week, the highest weekly spike since August. In this video, we question the mainstream media’s assessment about the misleading reviews of the economy collapse, and present a realistic interpretation of the latest studies that warn further millions could […]

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What Many Preppers and Survivalists Continue to Neglect

A lot of the prepper survivalist community focuses on one-time catastrophes that have a very low percentage of ever happening, while somewhat neglecting prepping for the everyday challenges of life, and the far more likely larger disruption coming from a car engine that blows, or a similar event. After all, what will it help if we have 50 guns and enough ammo to hold off a small army if we can’t get around because of a car breaking down to the point of costing more than we […]

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