Just two guys drinking coffee trying to make sense of current events and offering hope for a hurting world.
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I follow everything from CNN to Fox News and inbetween and outside of both. I believe it is good to get all perspectives as the truth is usually somewhere in the middle. With that said, here are some of the lessor known sites that I think are important to follow. Maybe not all everyday, but be sure to check them out when there is a crises happening.
Critical Thinking: A group of doctors, highly acclaimed by many, discussing current events with a focus on medical issues.
Drudge Report This site simply links to news articles from a other news sites. Originally, it was conservative, but as of late is more liberal.
Full Spectrum Survival I totally dislike the term "Prepper" because what many people in this movement are doing is something that our grandparents or great grandparents always did. Have a garden, a pantry, save money, build community, be as self reliant as possible, etc. It's really a lifestyle, a simple back to the basics lifestyle, not a movement. In any case, if you like the term "Prepper" Brad and his wife Kelly are the people to follow.
Geoenginnering Watch . Org With Dane Wigington Dane is the most passionate and informative person I know on the topic of Geoengineering. He publishes one broadcast per week on Saturdays. Well worth the listen. Be sure to do something happy afterwards.
Greg Mannarino: Stock Market and Economics. Greg is appalled at what is happening. Extremely accurate and insightful. Not always appropriate.
Jeremiah Babe: Jeremiah is from a bigger city on the West Coast. He brings a totally different perspective to those of us living in the country. He helps us see the bigger picture. His message is essentially the same everyday, just with the current events of the day.
J Bravo: J Bravo is a high school and college business economics teacher married with six kids. I wish I had him for class when I was growing up. Lots of fun, informative, and plenty of enthusiasm. He is from California and adds a big city perspective to what is happening.
NewCoup: This site is an offshoot of Trunews with pastor Rick Wiles. It is their version of the "Drudge Report" listed above. One thing I have noticed over the years is that when there is a crises in the world, they tend to have extremely good information that you just don't find elsewhere. And during those crises moments be sure to watch their "Godcast" Monday - Friday in the evening at Trunews.com where they will share the news of the day with their personal opinions and unique perspectives.
Robert Kiyosaki: Famous for his book "Rich Dad Poor Dad" in the 1990's, Robert adds good perspective to current events, usually with a focus on business and economics.
Steve Quayle: I consider this my Rabbit Hole Link, although he also often times reports on the news found in the Main Stream Media. If something sounds to far fetched, place the info in the back of the brain and not just discard it. As they say: The difference between Conspiracy Theory and Fact is about six months.
ZeroHedge: A site started from people extremely upset with the 2008-2009 financial crises corruption. They quickly gained popularity because of their in-depth analysis of financial and economic events. Sometimes their authors prefer to remain anonymous and will post under the name "Tyler Durden." However, their articles are always filled in links to source data so you can do your own research.