Written by Peter Diekmeyer (CLICK FOR ORIGINAL) Gold’s biggest enemy is a brilliant Nobel Prize winning economist, university professor and columnist for the New York Times. Sadly, he is also a con man. Last week Paul Krugman wrote a column for the New York Times in which he called Republican Paul Ryan, a “con man.”… Read More »
Economics and National Security Lecture and Q&A Dec 7th 2010 Pentagon City, VA – Mr. James G. Rickards The Johns Hopkins University / Applied Physics Laboratory Sponsored : Rethinking the Future International Security Environment Seminar
“The Fed has spent much of the last 15 years manipulating the stock market.”
So simple, yet so incomprehensible by the cadre of false Keynesian prophets who will never admit to this most elegant of realizations. It also means that America can expect more such farces as double stimulus roadsigns, and oil back at $140 (or much higher) before even another job is created out of all the excess… Read More »
Sept. 23 (Bloomberg) — Most of us own truths too painful to confess. We drink too much. We lust inappropriately. We envy. We covet material goods, when every study shows experiences count for so much more. Confessing them, even just to ourselves in the long, dark teatime of the soul, is too distressing. The collective… Read More »
On this edition of Peter Lavelle’s CrossTalk, he asks his guests about the chances of a double-dip recession.
Here is one of Max Keiser’s better videos. The best is about 12 minutes into this clip, Max Keiser interviews an Australian economist, Steve Keen. Mr Keen’s assessment about the current economic crisis and bail-outs was very interesting. He said Americans are anti-understanding and described the bail out of these financial institutions as “keeping vampires… Read More »
Wondering why the house of cards that is the U.S. economy hasnâ€™t fallen yet? Why the stock market seems to be rallying and rallying some more? Look no further than direct and illegal market manipulation by the current administration.
Wow. Listen to Dylan Ratigan in this 16 minute interview. The interview was conducted just before he was fired from CNBC. Perhaps statements like "this is the largest scam and cover-up in U.S. history" got him in trouble with GE / CNBC, or whatever powers that be. Download MP3