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    • 23 Hold on to Your Hat - “Buy on the rumor, sell on the news,” goes the old investing saw.  Stocks are a discounting mechanism, which is why they act so perversely, often rallying after headlines turn gloomy and declining when news is glowing. It isn’t often that financial bubbles burst, so the recent carnage in so-called momentum stocks ought to be […] Read more
    • grigg Ranchers vs. Regulators - Bunkerville, Nevada – War came to the Western Range that April, a conflict pitting the forces of order and respectability against a restive band of extremists accused of cheating the government of what it was due. The prohibitively stronger side consisted of regulatory agencies allied with powerful non-governmental organizations determined to control the land and expel […] Read more
    • general_v2-01 The BP Manager In Charge of Cleaning Up the Gulf Oil Spill – Instead of Actually Cleaning Up – Committed Insider Trading and Sold $1 Million of BP Stock Before the Extent of the Spill Became Public Knowledge - The Head of BP Also Sold Shares After Problems With the Well Were Apparent to Insiders The Securities and Exchange Commission today: The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged a former 20-year employee of BP p.l.c. and a senior responder during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill with insider trading in BP securities based on […] Read more
    • general_v2-01 Regime ‘Libertarians’ Come Cheap - Lifted from the comments at the  post: Pay no attention to to the power elite, says a Koch-funded, astro-turf “student” organization. This same org is promoting hostility to Russia, on behalf of the Kochs, to increase the relative value of their vast energy resources, and to have a hand in Ukraine’s. It is also part of […] Read more
    • Many Westerners Are Victims of the FedGov - The militarized siege of a cattle ranch near Bunkerville, Nevada has drawn national attention as dozens of federal agents, armed with machine guns, sniper rifles, helicopters, and more, have descended on the ranch to seize cattle, people, and generally show everyone who’s boss. The conservative press has framed the story in a variety of ways, casting the […] Read more
    • crimea-yalta-celebrates-liberation.si ​Historic city of Yalta celebrates 70 years since liberation from Nazi troops - Published time: April 18, 2014 04:34 Yalta residents welcome soldiers of the Soviet Separate Coastal Army commanded by General Andrey Yeryomenko, who liberated them from the Nazi invaders, April 16, 1944. Yalta, the Crimean city where a legendary WWII conference mapped out post-war Europe, is celebrating 70 years since the liberation from Nazi troops. The […] Read more
    • general_v2-01 Smiters, Mockers, Spitters, Scourgers, Mutilators, Crucifiers - On this Good Friday, Christians are focused on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ as a propitiation for the sins of the world. But on every other day of the year (expect perhaps Christmas), many Christians are focused on some other people in the Bible. The Bible on several occasions likens a Christian to a soldier […] Read more
    • muslim.si Media heavyweights join fight against removing ‘Innocence of Muslims’ from YouTube - Published time: April 18, 2014 04:01 Cindy Lee Garcia, an actor in the anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims who filed suit against Google. Reuters / Bret Hartman The Washington Post, National Public Radio, and a number of other influential media groups have filed a court brief supporting Google’s effort to keep a controversial film online, […] Read more
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    • It’s Official: America is an Oligarchy and NOT a Democracy or a Republic April 17, 2014 - Elites, academics and banksters rule the world regardless of their constituents best interests.  The predator class in Washington, New York and academia that gives them cover in exchange for economic security they are unable to generate in the private sector.  The academics promote such hoaxes do climate change. - Ty Andros   We noted last year: American […] Read more
    • general_v2-01 The End of Our Financial Illusions April 17, 2014 - Simon Johnson has been a leading voice in blowing the whistle on the too big to Gail banks which are running at 33 or 50 to 1 leverage ratios.  Making MF globals 30 to 1 leverage look prudent.  The assets they hold Are already down the 3 to 5% in value he mentions which means […] Read more
    • US financial showdown with Russia is more dangerous than it looks, for both sides April 17, 2014 - This is the war that can’t be seen.  Euro bank exposure to Russia is enormous with credit rolling requirements enormous in 2014.  The bozos in the White House will most assuredly FUMBLE the ball.  Will this be the crisis that faces all new fed chiefs as they begin their tenures?  We shall see… -Ty Andros […] Read more
    • general_v2-01 This Is How Free Americans Really Are April 17, 2014 - Personal income taxes where prohibited by the founders and the first 150 years of the US.  The civil war was fought to prevent slave owners from confiscating the wealth and labor of others, Abe Lincoln called it vile.  Now it is called fairness as some work no days for the government and the most productive […] Read more
    • The “Shocking” Buying Spree Of America’s Mysterious Third Largest Treasury Holder Ramps Higher April 17, 2014 - This is the fingerprints of illuminati and official corruption. This is the fingerprints of officials misdeeds. A mystery to be followed… - Ty Andros When we reported last month that in a shocking twist, “Belgium” holdings of Treasurys had soared by a massive amount in the past three months, making the tiny country the third largest holder […] Read more
  • Mainstream Media

    • afghanistan_usarmy_041714 Afghanistan’s Murky Choice - The euphoria over Afghanistan’s April 5 elections has begun to evaporate amid allegations of widespread electoral fraud. This weekend’s partial result indicated no clear winner. The two front-runners—Abdullah Abdullah, a leader of the old Northern alliance and ex-foreign minister, with 41.9 percent of the vote, and Ashraf Ghani, ex-finance minister, with 37.6 percent—might head for […] Read more
    • balance_rocks_cc_41714 Say Yes to a Balance of Power in Asia - In a March 31 article, “,” Jan Hornát draws ominous parallels between the era preceding the First World War and the current security environment in Asia. He discusses a number of seemingly profound problems inhering in what he calls “a genuine balance of power system,” but holds out hope that “[i]f India maintains its ‘strategic […] Read more
    • epn_cc_41714 Enrique Peña Nieto: the Most Interesting Man in the World - His coif is the envy of Mitt Romney. He’s so handsome his soap-star wife is known as “the seagull.” He managed to get elected president of the economy in the world on the slogan “because you know me.” Is he the most interesting man in the world? Perhaps. He is Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto, […] Read more
    • putin_jinping_kremlin_041714 Washington’s Biggest Strategic Mistake - The United States is on the brink of committing a cardinal sin in foreign policy: antagonizing two major powers simultaneously. There are frictions in bilateral ties with both Moscow and Beijing that have reached alarming levels over the past year or so. It is a disturbing development that could cause major geopolitical headaches for Washington […] Read more
    • obama_plane_pd_41714 Can Obama Save His Mighty Pivot to Asia? - Peace in Asia is slowly slipping away. America’s closest allies in the region, . . North Korea is lobbing missiles into the Sea of Japan and threatening to carry out a “” of nuclear test while Chinese forces in the South China Sea attempt to starve out marines stationed on a Philippine-held reef. Taiwan’s Sunflower […] Read more
    • general_v2-01 Back to Verdun - With elections to the EU parliament drawing closer, expect to see the being played to the max. The Verdun card?  A grim warning that Europe will return to the warring ways of its bad old past if the process of building a superstate is stopped.  Here is a recent classic, in La Libre Belgique, from Joseph […] Read more
    • Obit Mexico Gabriel Garcia Marquez-1 Some excerpts from the works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez - In this March 6, 2014 photo, Colombian Nobel Literature laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez greets fans and reporters outside his home on his 87th birthday in Mexico City. Garcia Marquez died Thursday April 17, 2014 at his home in Mexico City. The author’s magical realist novels and short stories exposed tens of millions of readers to […] Read more
    • Guantanamo Sept. 11 Pretrail Hearings-1 Family of 9/11 victims seethe as Guantanamo military trial seems to drift off course again - In this Pentagon-approved sketch by court artist Janet Hamlin, Sept. 11 accused conspirator Khalid Sheikh Mohammad confers with defense attorney Cheryl Bormann, in black abaya prior to hearing at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base in Cuba, Thursday April 17, 2014. An effort to prosecute the self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack and […] Read more
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