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Today’s stories provide an example of what I try to do every day for readers. Two stories were available in the Wall Street Journal, but the Journal required readers be paid subscribers. One story was about the huge growth in US factories in the last couple of years as we move back to “made in America” in order to overcome severe and persistent supply-line shortages and gain better control over our own economy by becoming less dependent on other nations for production.
This is economy-changing news. However, many of my readers probably do not subscribe to the Journal (which The Drudge Report referred everyone to), so I looked for and found other sources containing the same information and then picked from those the two best stories that covered different angles of the main story.
One story covers regrowth of manufacturing in the US as we move away from George Bush the First’s strategy of taking America out of industrial production and move now back into industrial production because GBI’s strategy was a serious FAIL. The other focused on how this transition is being made particularly difficult by the current labor shortage and how it is making the labor shortage more severe and helping workers get better wages. (GBI seriously crippled American wages by opening the doors for US companies to transport industrial jobs overseas to find cheaper labor while being able to bring their products back here tariff-free.)
The other story in the Journal, which Drudge referred everyone to, was about how the Fed now fears a credit crunch is beginning to develop. That’s serious to the economy because it leads to recession. In this case, the only other stories I could find on the subject were either written by people for whom English and human thought were a second language, or they were written by artificial intelligence. Parts were practically undecipherable, so they were intensely annoying to read. Instead of sending you into the journalistic pits of unreadable annoyance, I picked out a video that talks about the significance of a credit crunch and just figured I’d tell you what the Journal announces, which is that the Fed now fears we are entering a credit crunch. Hence, stocks are falling as recession fears grow.
One of my goals that distinguishes The Daily Doom from Drudge is to get you the news without sending you to multiple news sources that charge you to read the stories, such as Reuters, the WSJ and Bloomberg often do. Usually, I can find other publishers carrying the exact same story for free, such as a news publication that buys its stories from Reuters but doesn’t charge people to read the story. So, you pay for one subscription here, but then get only stories you don’t have to pay for.
The only exception is when I cannot find the story anywhere else but the story is important. Then I send you to the Journal or whoever is the sole publisher so you, at least, get the headline and, if you happen to be a subscriber, can read the story … or where the journal has a lead-in video that summarizes the main points of the story. Then I’ll note “Watch” or “Video” at the start of the headline. (There may be occasional times when this isn’t true because some publications allow you to read, say, five stories a month for free, and I post the story because it is near the beginning of the month, so I figure most readers are not past that limit, but YOU might be.)
Every day several of the stories on Drudge, for example, require that you pay to read the story. I find alternates to make The Daily Doom a one-stop shop. The same is true for other news aggregate sites where I found the story titled, “Wall Street Bank Earnings Under Pressure After Crisis.” Reuters required you to become a free registered reader, but I found the Reuters story carried by USNews, where no registrations is required, so I linked to that version. More registrations often mean more junk email and more info spread around the internet about you.)
Also, each day’s stories here are all-new, unlike Drudge where two-thirds of the stories on any given day are leftovers. Here, if you want to pick up stories you missed, you can easily go back through older editions, but you don’t have to wade through a lot of old content every day if you are looking for TODAY’S stories. Also, you get more highly filtered content.
For example, while I have a section for stories that are outside the regular “news beat” of The Daily Doom, which is focused on the present economic collapse and the ongoing social collapse and to some extent on politics and certainly on wars that affect us all, I don’t post stuff that is mostly gossip or conspiracy theories. You won’t see much on the royals or celebrities --- maybe just a little from time to time when something really heats up in those areas. That’s why I have an area for “off-the-beat news” and for just plain off-beat news that is so weird it is interesting. That area carries some human-interest stories as well and scientific findings. Drudge is a little broader in carrying celebrity gossips, which can be good if that is what you are looking for, but it is also mixed in with all the more important stories. My goal is to be a little more focused on the various forms of collapse that are happening because we all suffer information overload and to present things under topics so you can just skip the kind of news you’re to interested in without reading every headline to see if it falls under topics you care about … as you have to do on Drudge.
Finally, if the story I come across on other sites originates from a site that throws a lot of spammy ads in your face that get plastered over the top of the story, I TRY to find a source that doesn’t do that.
Tomorrow, The Daily Doom is going to carry a particularly interesting story, charged with global danger. It had to wait because I need to develop the introductory editorial far more than I have time for if I’m going to get the news out on time today. The editorial will point out details in the story that you might not think about as you read the story but those details have major ramifications … so much so that they have stopped billionaires in their tracks! In fact, I’m not sure the original publisher even fully caught the underlying significance of some of the facts its story revealed. That publisher was more caught up by the technology involved.
If you become a subscriber today, you won’t miss the headline in tomorrow’s edition that is going to be intensely significant. I’m letting you know now that headline won’t be just a clickbait teaser, as you might think at first. It IS a conspiracy, but a VERY REAL one with PROOF that you can watch in action. It is happening right now. It potentially threatens all of humanity, and there is already probably nothing we can do to stop it, but that is why billionaires are slamming on the brake! Readers who have known me for some time know I don’t ordinarily pay any attention to conspiracy stuff. So, this is not like me.
However, tomorrow is the day when headlines fall behind the paywall. Free subscribers will get to read tomorrow’s editorial (and each day thereafter) just like paid subscribers. I promise tomorrow’s editorial, all by itself, will be a highly compelling read, but to see the headlines the editorial refers to, you’ll need to be a paid subscriber, which is because I cannot do all the work I just described above each morning in my attempt to get the news out as close as possible to 8AM without getting paid for my time.
Now is a good time to upgrade to paid subscriber status, if you have not, in order not to miss a single beat of each day’s most important news, including the major story tomorrow: