SusanKrumdieck's picture

Signs of Change

One Nation, Two Days, 40 Signs of Change

Poet's picture

Music Videos

Let's share some music videos. Videos need to be embeddable (which means Youtube, but be aware not all e embeddable, some ave disabled embedding on Youtube). Please keep it PG-rated. Hopefully some humour or inspiration.

How to link a Youtube video:

You need brackets: [ and ]

The code is as follows: bracketvideo:

Lee Greenwood. A classic. Never fails to bring a tear to my eye.

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A quick 4 minute "Duck Tails" cartoon that teaches how printing money causes inflation:

I'm not sure how to embed this using this ancient forum software that this site uses?  (Again...we desperately need vBulletin here!)

It's quick, easy to understand, and does a great job of explaining what happens when you print money.  I love cartoons!  =)

allenwong8838's picture

States unable to balance their budget and possible financial disintegration suggested by LaRouche

In the youtube video, LaRouche has said that the financial disintegration will occur in the first week of October or earlier. This is because the states fiscal year ends in September 30 and as many as 30-40 some states will be unable to balance their budgets. This, he poses, will trigger a financial disintegration. Any thoughts on how likely his prediction will play out?

SPM's picture

The Bailout Bubble

I came across this video today. I believe it is a verbalization of a Trend Research report that Gerald Celente published yesteday.

I just thought it was interesting.

jkibbe's picture

Host the Crash Course videos on your own website!

As some of you know, I've been helping with the ChrisMartensondotcom YouTube channel.  All of the Crash Course videos have been posted to YouTube and are part of the Crash Course playlist.

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Crash Course on YouTube

Hello everyone.

I'd like to invite everyone to go visit our new YouTube channel now hosting the entire Crash Course.

The importance of having the Crash Course on YouTube is so that others can share it through the readily accessible venue that offered by Web 2.0 video sites.

Flash Player Help

Are you here because you couldn't play the Crash Course videos? We can help.

From this point forward, only paid subscribers and registered members will be able to access the Crash Course videos in high resolution Flash format.  Unregistered site visitors will only have access to the YouTube versions of the videos.  We find this unavoidably necessary to more effectively manage our site bandwidth costs. 

If you are an unregistered viewer, you may notice that some of the chapters have been doubled up in the YouTube versions. Chapters 1-2, 3-4, and 5-6 are back-to-back on the same video.  You can access this double video from either of the chapter pages.  If you wish to view only the later of the two chapters, you can use the slider bar at the bottom of the YouTube screen to fast-forward through the earlier chapter.

Some of the chapters are split into two parts.  On these chapter pages you will see two video boxes.  Watch the first half in the upper video box, and the conclusion of the chapter in the lower video box.

Subscribers and registered members are able to view our Crash Course videos in high-resolution Flash format.

Generally, Flash Player is installed any time you try to access a Flash movie and don't already have a recent version of Flash Player on your computer. In most circumstances, you will be able to view and enjoy Flash movies without any difficulty, inconvenience, or expense, which is why has chosen this medium to bring you the Crash Course.

However, as of December of 2007, Adobe has stopped supporting Flash for some older operating systems, stating:

"The features added to Flash Player utilize the technology in the latest operating systems for performance, functionality, and efficiency. These subsystems are not included in the older operating systems. Additionally, manufacturers will no longer fix issues in these operating systems, which makes it impossible to address Flash Player issues with root causes in the operating system."

As a courtesy to people still using unsupported operating systems, Adobe has provided the following downloads of Flash 7 for users of the following Operating Systems & Browsers:


To download the latest Flash player, click here

Just click on the appropriate link, download the Flash player installer, install Flash, and you should be good to go.