Glenn reacts to famed investor Jim Rogers’ dire prediction

During a recent interview with CBC, famed investor Jim Rogers predicted a pretty disastrous future for the global economy: “Eventually, the whole world is going to collapse,” he said.

“This is the lead story for the last 12 hours on TheBlaze, and I think it's because people feel vindicated. They are watching him and saying, ‘Okay, all right, good. He is on it and he's actually giving me a timeframe,’” Glenn said on radio this morning. “Now, for him to say that it's going to happen in the timeframe that he does, I believe Jim thinks that it's going to happen a little earlier because everybody always gives themselves much more time. And I want you to listen to what he says.”

Watch Rogers' remarks below:

“Here's what I would really like to know… and I've spent the last six years war gaming this in my head… When he says, ‘It's going to end badly’ – the world has never seen global economic collapse – never in the history of the world… Americans have not seen that since the Great Depression,” Glenn said. “What does it mean for everyone to go down? Quite honestly, I think if everybody goes down, it's not so bad.”

Glenn explained that as of now, the Russian and Chinese economies most likely whether any type of economic storm better than the United States. As a result, our children will be the “slaves in that situation.” But if are able to “cut a new course,” Glenn believes it is possible to avoid that fate.

“We were talking today in the morning meeting… somebody said, ‘You know, you want to sell the national parks?’ You're damn right I do. Over my kids being a slave to debt? Yeah, I'll sell the national parks. I'll sell my house. I'll sell my car. I'll sell everything I have. I'll get rid of my business. I'll sell everything that I have so my children and my grandchildren aren't slaves,” Glenn said. “You're damn right I will… Who won't? Forget about your country. Think about your children.”

TAKE THE POLL: What do YOU think about Trump's federal indictment?

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Last month, Trump made history as the first U.S. President to be indicted. However, that instance was at the state level by Alvin Bragg, the Soros-backed Manhattan DA. Now, the DOJ has escalated the left's crusade against Trump to an all-new historic level: the Department of Justice federally indicted Trump, beckoning the former President to appear in federal court next week.

This is a new era of American politics.

While the Left says Trump should stand trial for his alleged crimes, Trump's supporters and conservatives more broadly feel that the Left is reducing America to a Banana Republic, using its power to attack its political opponents. Is Trump guilty of crimes? Is Trump's indictment a strategy to prevent him from winning in 2024?

We want to hear from YOU. What do YOU think about Trump's federal indictment? Tell us your thoughts in the below poll.

Do you support Trump's federal indictment?

Do you support Trump's state-level indictment?

Do you think the charges against Trump are legitimate?

Do you think the controversy around Trump's alleged possession of classified documents warrants a federal indictment?

Do you think the Biden administration is weaponizing itself against Trump because he's a major political opponent?

Do you think Trump will serve jail time?

Do you think this federal indictment will wreck Trump's 2024 Presidential campaign?

Does this indictment change your views on Trump?

Would you vote for Trump as the GOP nominee?

As many of you now know, Glenn has taken off for a much-deserved, two-week vacation with strict orders not to watch the news. Well, two weeks is a long time in the news world, and a LOT can happen while Glenn is away.

What do you think will happen while Glenn is away? Will Biden take another fall? Will the government finally confess knowledge of alien lifeforms? Let us know what you think below.

Will the Government confirm the existence of aliens? 

Is Biden going to fall again?

Will Kamala Harris become president?

Will Hillary Clinton announce her candidacy for president?

Will AI start an uprising?

Will World War III start?

Will Bud Light go out of business?

Will it be confirmed that Fidel Castro is Justin Trudeau's father?

Will California criminalize pianos due to their historic associations with the ivory trade?

Will Joe Biden give a speech where he recounts an encounter with Bigfoot?

How my family's Target boycott is affecting my wife (satire)


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If you've been tuning in this month, you'll know that my family and I have been boycotting Target since they released their problematic Pride collection. We are determined, but boy has it been difficult... particularly on my wife.

I'm not saying that I kept a diary of my wife's Target withdrawals... but I'm not saying that I didn't either.

Here are the "alleged" entries of my family's first week of boycotting Target.

Day 1

My wife began the day optimistic. Determined. She kept saying, "I can do it. I can do it. For the sake of what is right, I can do it."

For a moment there, I thought this boycott was going to be kind of easy. I thought she would bounce into action, and never look back.

At about noon on day one, she started to crack just a little bit. She looked at me and said, "The only jeans that fit me properly are from Target. Where am I going to get my jeans? What will I do without my favorite jeans?"

One weird thing. She has been speaking differently. It's almost like a nervous tick. Random words come out at random times. Day one, I kissed her good night and said, "I love you." She said, "I love Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Candy Truffles."

And I think that has something to do with Target, but I'm not really sure.

Day 2

My wife began laughing today... a LOT. But then, abruptly, her laughter broke into a disconcerting grimace that reminded me ever so slightly of a gargoyle.

I tried to remind myself, "This is going to be a good thing. This is going to make a difference," and my wife proceeded to give me a long-winded rant about how Satan tempted Jesus, and how this is my temptation in the desert. Shortly after, I found her reading her Bible in Matthew chapter 4, repeating, "40 days of THIS?!"

She tried to go to Walmart and even made it about 10 feet into the store... but then she sped home and took a shower for 45 minutes.

Day 3

Have you seen The Shining? The way Jack Nicholson slowly becomes unhinged?

It's beginning to feel like that on day three, at the house. Several times, I caught her petting picture frames. When I asked if everything was okay, she said, "I can't find gallery frames for an excellent price anywhere. You know. Think of the frames."

Later, I caught her piling bath bombs onto her side of the bed.

I said, "Honey, what are those for?"

And her answer was a little terrifying. I can't really remember. Only something about the onslaught of a war of sparkles and tiaras. So I don't know what that means.

And I didn't ask.

Day 4

The shakes have begun. Confusion has overtaken her eyes. Every couple of minutes she gasps and looks around, face full of panic.

She cries in agony, "WHERE will I find oversized blouses?" She gasps again, "What if somebody has a birthday? Where am I going to go? Where am I going to go? What if there is a birthday?"

Day 5

Midway through lunch, my wife shrieked, realizing she was only seven decorative pillows away from an empty bed top.

Our day somehow got worse when news broke that Chip and Joanna Gaines had just released their new candle trough.

That was day five.

Day 6

The rations have vanished.

The boycott now has begun to affect the family's food supply. This morning, I asked my wife, "Do we have any milk?

My wife whispered, "Don't you know where the milk comes from? Don't you know where I get the milk?"

I answered, my voice quivering, "Milk? What milk? I don't need any milk!"

She was almost out of Meyers soap and nearly caved when the revelation kicked in that she might have to go to Walmart.

To make matters worse, Target had just released their new Meyers fall scents, including, but not limited to pumpkin spice—and if you don't have pumpkin spice Meyers soap, who are you, really?

Then things really spiraled when she needed to pick up Starbucks honey flat white and some new laundry detergent. For the first time in a long time, this was going to require TWO stops, and let me tell you, those two stops did not make her happy.

At bedtime, she locked herself into the guest bedroom and insisted on being left alone.

Day 7

For the first day, I have a little hope.

The whole thing was awful. Terrible. Miserable. Heartbreaking.

But still not bad enough to make me or any of my friends want to chug down a Bud Light.

Do aliens... EXIST? Or is it a distraction?

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Yesterday, whistleblower David Charles Grusch, a decorated Air Force veteran claimed the Department of Defense has a secret team aimed at "retrieving non-human origin technical vehicles, call it spacecraft if you will, non-human exotic origin vehicles that have either landed or crashed."

Talk about UFOs and aliens has typically been siloed to the realm of sci-fi and "conspiracy theories." However, in recent years, publicized evidence of UFOs and whistleblowers, like David Grusch, have brought the once fantastical subjects into the mainstream. Could it be that alien life forms do, in fact, exist? Have they already arrived and been kept secret underneath the government's nose? Or could this all be a ruse to distract us from more pressing stories in the news cycle?

We want to hear from YOU! Do YOU think aliens and UFOs are a distraction tactic, or do you think there's truth behind these whistleblowers?

Do you believe the government has intel about UFOs?

Do you believe the government has intel about alien life?

Do you believe the government is hiding this intel from the general public?

Do you believe alien life exists? 

Do you think the media is using this story to distract us from other issues?