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D-Day Budget Cuts At Last

About Time! The SPENDING CUTS will go into effect! The ONLY jobs impacted will be government that COST a fortune and produce NOTHING. This will help the dollar in [...]

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Economist – Send in the Clowns – Don’t Bother; They’re Here

Did Italy fail to see reality from the bondholder’s perspective, or the real reality from the long-term viability perspective? The latest article from the [...]

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Taxes Were Not A Right of Government

The greatest danger with history is looking at it with ANY assumption based upon current customs or facts. Today we would regard someone as a Pedophile if they had [...]

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Gold & The Monthly Closing

  Gold closed on the monthly level at 1580.2 bearish short-term yet still neutral on the intermediate term where support still lies at 14270. Resistance during [...]

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Greek Depression Will Not End until 2020 – What About The Rest of Us?

I have explained the Golden Rule of Corrections. Once you extend in anything beyond a time unit of 3, you are then in a change in trend. The Greek recession, and [...]

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Will Obama Ever Leave Office?

Rand Paul’s has sent a third Letter to the CIA nominee Brennan asking: Can You Kill with Drones in the USA? There is a very disturbing trend emerging whereby [...]

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Friday – Cuts at Last?

It appears the cuts will take place. The president’s purpose in calling the meeting at the White House Friday morning is just theater. Obama is doing what he [...]

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Petition to White House to Impeach Prosecutor

A petition to the White House has been filed asking for Assistant US Attorney Stephen Heymann be removed from office. Good luck on that one. It is extremely rare [...]

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Why Pension Will Collapse

Shakespeare’s Polonius offered this classic advice to his son: “neither a borrower nor a lender be.” Ben Franklin commented on the subject of debt saying: [...]

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Some People are Confused

First: Hamilton’s comment demonstrates that EVEN the Federalists were more respectful of the limitations on government than what we have today. Of course, [...]

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