The Peak Oil Crash: Eight Ways to Survive the Coming Hard Times
What to Be Doing When No One Seems to Be Doing Anything
While the 2008 political candidates argue about whose ads are dirtier and whose friends are more suspect, while Obama bowls badly and Hillary knocks down Jello shots and McCain forgets who is fighting whom in Iraq, ordinary working Americans are losing interest and are instead quietly freaking out.
Americans have good reasons to be freaking out.
The price of oil breaks a record every other day, literally. Gas is nearly unaffordable and is beginning to spike the cost of food. A worldwide food shortage is well underway and haunts the news nightly. Costco shoppers are already hoarding so much rice (entire pallets in some cases) that Walmart is now rationing large bags of rice to one per customer per visit at its Sam’s Club outlets. They warn that flour and beans could well be next if people don’t knock it off.
How did this happen? Why isn’t it being talked about more directly? It might surprise you Continue reading The Price Of Oil