Blog/North America

Is Copper the New Gold?

Electric cars are rapidly entering the market. This is causing more than just a decline in the demand for oil. The i8 BMW is a hybrid that still has a combustion [...]

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Jade Helm

A lot of emails have been coming in about Jade Helm, a highly secret and most controversial U.S. Special Operations exercise that created a flood of conspiracy [...]

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The TRUMP Card

Why is Donald Trump #2 in the polls? This very interesting trend illustrates what our computer has been forecasting for 2016. While Trump is inside the Republican [...]

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Chicago MERC Ends Floor Trading after 167 Years

This is the end of an era. The Chicago trading pits have closed after 167 years. What is a shame about this is that great traders need the “feel” and [...]

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Chicago Considering a 30% Property Tax Increase to Pay Govt. Pensions

COMMENT: Couldn’t help myself – I must share this personal story with your team and the blog readers. After reading Martin for just about a year, I began [...]

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35% of Americans Want Out?

In a recent poll, 35% of Americans would like to resign their citizenship. Of course, this report by CNBC is a bit distorted. It was a poll taken by Americans using [...]

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A Pledge Submitted by an American Reader

I pledge allegiance to no flag, but to truth and morality. which doesn’t seem to exist in the Divided States of America. And to no republic, for it stands for [...]

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Happy Independence Day to Our Canadian Readers

Sorry for being late – my bad. This is actually an important Independence Day for you. True, it was originally the Dominion Day on July 1, 1867 that was [...]

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The TREASON of Chief Justice Roberts

King v. Burwell upholding Obamacare is a political decision, not law, and it reveals the distinct difference between Scalia (who many liberals hate) and Roberts [...]

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Myth of Common Law Marriage

While the number of people living together without getting married has nearly doubled since 1981 due to a fear of the legal obligations of marriage, there remains a [...]

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