As the world’s nations are increasingly cobbled together into freakish and largely arbitrary regional unions via economic and political “integration,” transnational currencies are also advancing quickly. The European Union’s controversial single currency, the euro, is the furthest along. However, in the coming years, it will not be alone — at least if globalist forces have their way. With the internationalist-backed African Union usurping more power, for example, regional currencies are already in use across parts of that continent. Two more emerging regional regimes, meanwhile — the Eurasian Union and the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR or UNASUL) — are now making similar moves toward the creation of an eventual monetary union.

Remarkably, the economic patient is slowly beginning to recover from its overdose of enforced remedies inflicted on it by the fixers.








Thanks to radical vegan/animal rights activists, starting January 1, California’s new “regs on eggs” will cause skyrocketing egg prices that will affect the whole nation.

Lower gas prices are providing a welcome if temporary relief to beleaguered taxpayers, and we tell why prices have gone down. 

Black Friday ought to be renamed Freedom Friday, considering the dramatic increase in gun sales.