Blog/International News

Administrative Law Judge Confirm Corruption Inside CFTC Courts

There are those who may think I criticize the courts too much, or that the Administrative Legal System corruption may be a personal opinion. Now, even the Commodity [...]

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Judge Rules Administrative Court System Illegal After 81 Years

Well it has been a long time coming, but all along there have been discussions behind closed doors (never in public) that the Administrative Law Courts established [...]

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Obama Commits Treason

The Guardian’s Spencer Ackerman reported on Twitter that on June 2 at 6:03 pm Obama said he would sign a law banning bulk collection. June 2, 9:50 pm: DOJ [...]

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The Rumor Mill

We have received a number of e-mails, asking if we cut a deal with Alibaba to dominate the Chinese financial marketplace. I do not know who starts these rumors, but [...]

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Christine Lagarde Could Be Charged With Money Laundering?

Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, could be charged with money laundering as she transported more than $10,000 worth of goods without declaring them. Lagarde [...]

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Obama Is Targeting Your Retirement Accounts

Presidential approval ratings show that Obama now enjoys the status of a lower approval rating than George W. Bush, and that is really saying something. Obama is [...]

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The European Bond Crash

The turmoil in the European bond market has demonstrated that the theory interest rates will not rise and are in control of central banks is dead wrong. Despite [...]

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Office in China

COMMENT:  Hey Marty, After spending several weeks in China I am now in Hanoi. I was not able to use any American e-mail service in China. Also, any western [...]

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