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IRS Targeted Liberals Under Bush

It is now being openly talked about that Bush had the IRS target the NAACP and  Greenpeace. This is somehow suppose to be justification for Obama. The problem is [...]

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European Recession Getting Far Worse

The economic prospects for Europe are impossible to return to any real recovery. We are looking at a long-depression for Europe that will not bottom for 23-26 years [...]

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Why Understanding is Critical

Understanding that there is no grand conspiracy to systemically suppress gold is actually vital as is to understand the true nature of money. If you do not grasp [...]

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The European Shift PUBLIC to PRIVATE

Investment inside Europe has been shifting in very interesting ways. The pension funds have shifted their sovereign debt holdings to predominantly Germany, which [...]

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Justice Department Spies on Associated Press

This latest scandal that the Justice Department in fact secretly collected two months of telephone records for reporters and editors at the Associated Press, [...]

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Shifts in Pensions

The biggest fund in the world was the Japanese Postal Savings Fund in 1989. When we were called in to create a hedging program about 6 months before the high, it [...]

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Gold & 2015.75

QUESTION: If gold is a hedge against government, then that would explain why gold rose from 2007.15 to 2011.45, a period which your model shows lower confidence. If [...]

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Welcome to the New International Currency – the Dollar

With the dramatic increase in the money supply as illustrated here with the St. Louis Fed Chart, 99% of the people are simply baffled saying – It’s got [...]

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Russian Economy Also in Stagnation

The negative economic growth in Europe has also spread to Russia. The internal problems within Russia also reflect this growing trend of STAGFLATION. Putin has been [...]

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Inflation is Inevitable But its the Interest Rates We Better Watch

We are in one of the most complex conundrums in financial history. On the one hand we have vast amounts of cash that creates tremendous liquidity with interest [...]

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