Archive for 'Politics'

Why I’m Leaving

Posted on 05. Jan, 2014 by .

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Greetings Regular Joes, It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Life has been interesting and taken me down some paths I couldn’t have foreseen. All of them continue to have me pondering my options for the future, and I continue to desire to provide for my growing family of grandchildren. Number five is on the […]

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The Shocking Truth About Secret Documents & The CFTC

Posted on 26. Sep, 2013 by .

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If the CFTC discovered that the rigging of the monetary metals markets is essentially government policy, being conducted through intermediaries, then it would not be able to act against government agents. By federal law, the Gold Exchange Act of 1934 specifically authorizes the US government to rig not only the gold market, but to rig […]

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Overexposure to US Bank Deposits is Risky Investment

Posted on 09. Jun, 2013 by .

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Greetings Regular Joes, Many in the US think that a Cyprus-like event could not happen here. There is a sense of arrogant American invulnerability that leads to a haughtiness that will eventually be our undoing. It’s already taking form in the empiricism so rampant in our military (as well as financial – FATCA) fronts. Before getting into […]

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LIFE wristband dropped in Walmart parking lot, saves baby from abortion | LifeSiteNews.com

Posted on 24. May, 2013 by .

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Rachel greeted the woman at the table and remembers her being “very pretty” and “probably in her mid-20s.” “She seemed a bit shy, but she smiled as I greeted her.” Rachel served her a drink, took her order, and made some small talk about how the woman’s baby was beautiful and seemed so peaceful as […]

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The Resurgence of the Nuclear Reactor

Posted on 20. May, 2013 by .

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By Casey Research In August 1956, the Calder Hall Power Plant in Seascale, England began generating electricity and earned the distinction of being the world’s first commercial nuclear power plant. It was a humble beginning for nuclear power; the plant only had a 50-megawatt (MW) output capacity, whereas the smallest US plant today has a […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: All Japan, All the Time

Posted on 20. May, 2013 by .

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By John Mauldin   All Japan, All the Time Japan grew at a 3.5% annual pace last quarter, the fastest pace in a very long time. Of course, government officials see this development as vindication of their new policies and will no doubt decide that even more of the same will be needed in the […]

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The New Cold War: The “Putinization” of Uranium

Posted on 17. May, 2013 by .

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By the Casey Research Energy Team Like the United States, the European Union relies heavily on Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) for its uranium, as shown in the chart below: Russia is projected to produce 64 million pounds per year by 2020. The majority – 40 million pounds – will come from […]

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Could Cuba’s Past Be Your Future?

Posted on 16. May, 2013 by .

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By Jeff Thomas, International Man An article was published in Uruguay that has received little notice outside of Latin America. This article refers to Cuban dissident Yoani Sánchez, also little known in the First World. Ms. Sánchez has recently been allowed to travel outside of Cuba for the first time, as a result of the […]

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Putin’s Power Play – How It Will Change the Uranium Sector

Posted on 15. May, 2013 by .

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By Casey Research The last time Vladimir Putin was president, he laid the foundation to pull Mother Russia from the wreck of economic chaos to a world power once again. This time, he’s ready to extend that influence to counter the West. His tools: Russia’s abundant resources of energy, including uranium. There’s a new war […]

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Geopolitical Journey: Europe, the Glorious and the Banal

Posted on 14. May, 2013 by .

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By John Mauldin Standing at the edge of the old world and the beginning of the new one, at the tip of Portugal, Stratfor’s George Friedman is moved by the exploits of 15th-century European explorers and dismayed by the present fear pervading the Continent that “any decisive action will tear the place apart.” Europeans wreaked […]

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Benefits Cuts and Higher Taxes for Seniors in Obama Budget: Are We Really Surprised?

Posted on 14. May, 2013 by .

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By Dennis Miller Some people claim that our Social Security system isn’t broke. Technically, they’re right. The Old Age and Survivors Trust Fund (OASI) currently holds $2.5 trillion in special government Treasuries that can be redeemed at any time – in theory of course. But here’s the catch. What happens when the OASI needs those […]

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