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Reuters Editor Apologizes for Blaming Trump for Capital Gazette Shooting

  Reuters editor has had to apologize for blaming Trump for the Capital Gazette shooting. This reflects just how biased the press has become. They interject [...]

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What are Ancient Coin Hoard so Vital to History

  QUESTION: Sir; I have noticed that the Roman and Greek hoards of coins you have offered are silver. You do not offer hoards of bronze coins. I have two [...]

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Another Volcano Erupts in Indonesia

  We now have another volcano erupting in the Pacific. The second one happened in Indonesia. Mount Agung on the Indonesian island began to erupt on Thursday [...]

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Market Talk- June 29, 2018

  An end of month rebound saw healthy gains for China’s core markets as well as other periphery. The last day of the quarter, coupled with a softening [...]

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Private Blog for June Closings 2018

Private Blog General Overview for Monthly Closing for June [...]

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Welcome to Dollar Vertigo – China to Ban Dollar Borrowing?

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, it seems that whatever you say our government follows. You said China should buy directly from the Treasury and not the New York bank and [...]

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McCain Advised IRS to Audit so many that it becomes “Financially Ruinous”

I have never been a fan of John McCain and see him as a hypocrite, which is my personal opinion. Now Judicial Watch has gotten hold of IRS documents that show [...]

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Now 43% of Germans Want Merkel to Resign – More than She Was Elected With!

The polls in Germany show that discontent is now rising and 43% of the people want Merkel to resign. She only won 32.8% to begin with. Germany is also shifting and [...]

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Shooting at Capital Gazette was Personal – not Political

The violence is gradually escalating over a political confrontation that is building between left and right. While the polls now show that 31% of American believe [...]

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Market Talk- June 28, 2018

Asia certainly showed its distain after the disappointing close on US markets. Japan, India and ASX all opened lower, but reassuringly they were the days lows. The [...]

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