Thursday, February 7th, 2013
- Everything that happens in the world is a result of a decision made by somebody
- Decisions are made for political leverage, corporate profits, or to satisfy a special interest’s demands
- You can occasionally find a principled person
- People go out and vote for a person to represent them because that person seems to represent their values
- Regardless if you are a Republican or Democrat, you suffer
- Your vote doesn’t matter, no matter who you vote for
Everything that happens in the world is a result of a decision made by somebody. Every problem in the world is due to a bad decision made by an individual or a group. War, the economy, food shortages, unemployment, poverty, civil unrest, and societal dysfunction of all kinds are all due to bad decision-making.
Decisions are made for political leverage, corporate profits, or to satisfy a special interest’s demands. Continue reading »
Friday, December 7th, 2012
- Politicians get elected by promising the people things and once elected, they forget about the people
- We see the main problem of politicians as being unable to admit failure
- Few politicians will admit the truth
- We predict that the dreaded fiscal cliff will come and go and eventually become a fiscal abyss
- The worldwide fiscal crisis will become a political crisis for many countries
- Politicians, will grant more bailouts and corporate welfare schemes to their friends in 2013
- If nothing changes with politicians’ thinking worldwide, there will be no recovery and things will get much worse
- What is the only solution that we see
This is the third of fourteen CR News Reports© sessions for December. Each December we give our predictions for the coming year. In this session, we will give you our predictions for Politics.
Would you tell your neighbor how to live their life, what to watch, what to read, what to eat, what they can own and what they can’t own, and how to spend their money? That’s exactly what politicians are doing to people and succeeding at it.
Politicians get elected by promising the people things and once elected, they forget about the people. They are really running to get elected for their own quest for power, personal wealth and nothing else.
We see the main problem of politicians as being unable to admit failure; to admit that they couldn’t and didn’t do anything they promised. Of course, they accomplished their goal, which was to land a job they hope will last decades. No politician will admit they failed their constituents but will say the need “more time.”
Few politicians will admit the truth; that the country is broke or formerly powerful corporate interests are insolvent, or that the debt problems are so massive that the country will never be able to get out following current paths. Continue reading »
Wednesday, November 7th, 2012
- October 6th, 2012 session on Politics we predicted a win for President Obama
- How does your vote even count?
- This election was a choice between the lesser of 2 evils
- Politicians have gamed the system for their own benefit
- The system needs total revamping and it needs it now
Tell our readers why this information is timely and the best way to apply it to their life right now. Go ahead with your predictions and commentary…
What we would first like to mention is our October 6th, 2012 session on Politics where we predicted a win for President Obama is now a CR Greatest Hits©. You can review this entire session on the Channeled Readings web site… ChanneledReadings.com//2012/10/our-next-president-like-him-or-not . While we predicted President Obama would win by a small margin we also have mixed feelings about the election process in the United States.Continue reading »
Saturday, October 6th, 2012
President Obama is doing his happy dance because the unemployment rate is under 8 percent for the first time since he became President. In the 60 years between 1930 and 1990 there were only 39 months of unemployment over 8 percent – 39 months in 60 years! During President Obama’s first term, 3-1/2 years, there’s been 43 months of unemployment in a row over 8 percent. 114,000 new jobs were created as per the latest report. However, that wasn’t enough to get the percentage under 8 percent, so they went back and revamped, or fudged the unemployment numbers from August and added 50,000 new jobs that they apparently missed in August. This brought the unemployment number down to 7. 8 percent. That sounds like good news, but with only 114,000 new jobs that’s the third month in a row that fewer new jobs were created than the month before. Continue reading »
Thursday, September 6th, 2012
- The loser in the next Presidential election
- Both conventions were a series of endless stories
- Each party tried batting the other over the head with statistics
- The wives of the nominees also got up and told stories
- Barack was apparently dirt poor
- Stories were made up by speech writers to get people to identify with one of the candidates
- If you tell a good lie often enough people start to believe it
- The conventions closed without any more hope than before they started
Who do you think will be the loser in the next Presidential election? We know that it will be the worst storyteller. It seems like these two conventions have been much different than those in the past. In the past, each Party had a definable platform…we’re for this, we’re against that, we’re going to do this if elected and we won’t do that if elected. This time it was much different.
Both conventions were a series of endless stories. Not just true stories, but fictional stories. Supposedly, the speakers at the conventions were given speeches they certainly didn’t write. The speeches, both Democratic and Republican speeches, sounded like statisticians in the back room made them up.Continue reading »
Sunday, August 5th, 2012
- A short list of issues distracting American voters
- Who’s getting how much money for their campaign and from whom?
- Who is going to be Romney’s VP choice?
- Who’s addressing the real unemployment numbers?
- Billionaire contributors, influential corporations, and cartels
What are the major campaign issues distracting Americans right now? Here’s a short list of issues distracting American voters… Who’s eligible to vote but are being stifled? Who’s not eligible to vote but being encouraged to vote? Who paid their taxes and who didn’t?
Who’s getting how much money for their campaign and from whom? Who’s saying it’s okay to marry anyone you want and who opposes that? Which Hollywood celebrity or porn star is endorsing which candidate and why? Who has money hidden in offshore accounts?
Who’s going to be Romney’s VP choice? Which minority group is upset with which candidate today and why? How is Romney’s horse doing in the Olympics? What issues you don’t hear much about are who has a plan to put Americans back to work and what is that plan step-by-step. And even if Americans have jobs, will they be able to live on what they make from those jobs.Continue reading »
Sunday, July 8th, 2012
- Arms Trade Treaty being put together by the UN
- International law supersedes the 2nd Amendment
- Watching the election campaign is like a circus
- Time is being devoted to the blame game
- We predict that blaming will become the crux of the election campaigns
Some day foreign troops may come knocking on your door to confiscate weapons. We predict that president Obama will sign the Arms Trade Treaty being put together by the UN even under great protest from Congress. This treaty has been in the works for about 6 years and the UN is making its final push to implement worldwide arms trade rules. Once President Obama signs it, he will say that it’s not going to effect private gun ownership. He will also say it’s not designed to interfere with the 2nd Amendment. He will say that the domestic gun laws are covered under domestic and state laws. He will try to convince everybody that the treaty is about controlling the sale and trade of arms globally, which is a huge business, with the U.S. being the biggest arms dealer to other countries.Continue reading »