I have two things to share this morning. First, is a link to Chris Martenson's Crash Course. The first sentence on the home page reads, "Ready to learn everything you need to know about the economy in the shortest amount of time?"
I will remind readers that where you bank matters. Not all banks are created equal. A scholar (forgot his name) gave a lecture while I was at BGI and asserted that the most powerful leverage point for a consumer to bring about sustainable change was the decision of where to bank.
I can't recall the entire list but I do recall where you buy your gas was #2 (Exxon Mobile = BAD) and that where you get your food was somewhere in the top 5.
Do you still keep your money in global corporate banks? Aren't they part of the problem?