There's no shortage of things to be worrying about but it's time to pay close attention to our monetary challenges. Robert E. Wright warns about preparedness for payment system fragility rather than be taken by surprise.
For all the talk about disinformation, what really worries the ruling class is that we'll recognize the reality of what they are up to. Caitlin Johnstone says they're worried about the spread of information, not disinformation.
Any time we have an important decision to make, it's a good idea to turn off the story that's playing in our minds. Paul Rosenberg explains how this simple tactic can help us resist the common tendency to know we're making a wrong choice but doing it anyway.
Do you feel obligated to do something when you do not trust the person telling you to do it? Allen J. Feifer outlines the collapse of trust in our society and what it portends for our relationship to the ruling class.
When I want a no-crap, serious assessment of what's going on, I find James Howard Kunstler to be an excellent resource. He confirms that we're in it now for sure, and offers some sage advice on what we can do.