Category Archives: Economy

Apple Joins Anti-Southern Cultural Genocide, Removes Apps Depicting Confederate Flag

Massive corporation Apple, run by homosexual deviant Tim Cook, has now joined fellow economic powerhouses Walmart, Sears/Kmart, Amazon, and Ebay in pulling Confederacy-themed items from its list of available products, as was reported on Majority Rebellion. The decision, made early … Continue reading

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Republican Controlled Congress Delivers Obamatrade

While the world was distracted by Dylann Roof’s shooting spree, the Republican-controlled Congress singlehandedly saved Obamatrade and handed President Obama “fast track authority” to negotiate new free trade agreements: “The White House and Republican leaders notched a significant victory Wednesday … Continue reading

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Ebay And Amazon Decide To Ban The Sale Of Confederacy-Themed Items

Editor’s Note: Walmart made a similar announcement yesterday. Spurred on by an ecstatic Jewish media, the flood of economic sanctions against Southern culture seems to be gaining momentum, with the breaking decision of Ebay to pull all items featuring Confederate flags from its … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Anti-Southern, Anti-White, Capitalism, Dixie, Economy, Liberalism, Mainstream Media, Multiculturalism, Racism, United States, Yankee Question, Yankees | 54 Comments

Defective Diversity: Puerto Ricans Collect Disability Checks For Inability To Speak English

At this point in America’s long descent into the graveyard of civilizations, one often has little to no time to observe the numerous incidents of government waste and/or social benefits fraud, as far more serious issues continue to rise to … Continue reading

Posted in American North, Economy, Hispanics, Immigration, Liberalism, Puerto Rico | 9 Comments

Stand For Coal: Middlesboro and Harlan Demonstrations

Editor’s Note: The coal industry is shifting its operations from Appalachia to the Interior West, but this is driven in part by EPA regulations. H/T SNN “On Saturday October 25, 2014, the Kentucky League of the South had its 2nd demonstration … Continue reading

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Obama’s War on Coal Comes To Alabama

It’s not enough to open the borders and give millions of illegal aliens work permits to compete for Southern jobs in a depressed economy … Obama also has to kill the coal industry in Alabama with his executive orders: “BIRMINGHAM, … Continue reading

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Stand for Coal Demonstration in Prestonburg and Pikeville, KY

While thousands of Americans in hundreds of cities protested the border surge which is a direct result of President Barack Obama’s executive order that bypassed Congress to implement the DREAM Act in 2012, the Kentucky League of the South was … Continue reading

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Wetumpka Southern Workers Demonstration

VDARE asks: “That’s a lot of people speaking for immigration and against American workers. Who speaks against immigration and for American workers?” Answer: The League of the South After the 2014 League of the South national conference wrapped up on Saturday, the League held … Continue reading

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The Cost of the Union: Obama Declares War on Coal Country

District of Corruption In the video below, President Barack Obama announces his plan to destroy the coal industry and thousands of Southern jobs in Appalachia with a suite of unpopular new EPA regulations designed to fight “climate change.” West Virginia Rep. … Continue reading

Posted in Dixie, Economy, Environment, Kentucky, Politics, West Virginia | 47 Comments

Is The U.S. Stock Market Rigged?

New York This looks interesting:

Posted in Economy | 19 Comments