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Japan Tax Revolt & War?

For the Japanese to ever protest it is highly unusual. Nonetheless, there is rising tension in Japan as reflected by about 200 housewives that marched down a [...]

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McGraw-Hill & S&P Charged At Last But By Whom?

The most interesting of all events has just taken place. The U.S. Justice Department filed a civil complaint accusing McGraw-Hill and S&P of mail fraud, wire [...]

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2 Day Conference – Princeton NJ – March 18-19

We will be holding a 2 day World Economic Conference March 18th & 19th in Princeton, NJ, following the Sovereign Debt Crisis Conference in Philadelphia on March [...]

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ECB to Double its Staff

We are on the verge of a very serious collapse in Europe. France has effectively rejected German austerity and if Merkel is replaced by the Socialists, there goes [...]

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When you can’t get approval – Do it Indirectly

The key to understanding government and how it functions is to comprehend that there is one golden rule – never admit what you are really trying to do. This [...]

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Energy 115 Reversal

We did not get the 115 Yearly Bullish Reversal in Brent Crude at the end of 2012. Nonetheless, we still see crude basis NYC reaching the $175 level. It is only a [...]

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Energy

We are working on a Special Energy report for the full spectrum of the Industry. In the mean time, crude has been pressing higher. We have a Minor Monthly Bullish [...]

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Mary Jo White & SEC

Anyone who thinks there will ever be change at the SEC, you better read this. [...]

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Egypt Near Collapse – Part of the Cycle?

The tensions are rising around the globe and they are centered on government corruption and complete failure. This is the price of Marxism. Governments have been [...]

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The Face of Real Evil

One reader commented “A country with 6% of the Worlds population but Houses 25% of the Total Prison Population.” Yes, only 4% of the people in prison [...]

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