Monthly Archives: April 2012

Apple demonized, why?

April 28, 2012 NYT: Apple’s savings show tax code’s failings – Business – US business – The New York Times – msnbc.com: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/47219724/ns/business-us_business/#.T52V5L99l0Q Let’s see if I get this.  Big corporations finance most of the politicians who then create laws … Continue reading

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The Debt Ceiling: All you need to know

THE DEBT CEILING * Democrats don’t understand THE DEBT CEILING * Republicans don’t understand THE DEBT CEILING * Liberals don’t understand THE DEBT CEILING * NO ONE understands THE DEBT CEILING SO – Allow me to explain… Let’s say you … Continue reading

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New Political Leadership – Paul LePage of Maine

Meet Maine’s New Governor — Meet Maine ‘s New Governor — In case you haven’t heard about this guy before, his name will stick in your mind! The new Maine Governor, Paul LePage is making New Jersey ‘s Chris Christie … Continue reading

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If I wanted America to Fail…

If we don’t change course, we will get to where we are going… Take this message in, then act! Submitted for posting by GeoffTalk.com reader Steve Critchfield of Branson, Missouri A ‘tip o’ the hat’ to Steve Critchfield Geoff

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Paul Harvey spoke of today, 47 years ago…

47 years ago, Paul Harvey broadcasted what became a prediction of today. Take 3 minutes and be amazed at the future world ABC commentator Paul Harvey described to millions of Americans, April 3, 1965… Submitted for posting by GeoffTalk.com reader … Continue reading

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Not Too Serious, but Seriously Cool

Take a break from controversy: Amazing billiard trick shots. Click on the link below to view. Click below: VideoJoiner111019120100 Suggested for posting by GeoffTalk.com reader Ron Mizuno of Honolulu, Hawaii. A ‘tip o’ the hat’ to Ron Mizuno. Geoff & … Continue reading

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The Eurozone ‘can kicking team’ unraveling… – 9 Updates

They tried a uniform front to prevent Grecian default.   With the Spanish crisis building, it’s every country for itself… After spending over Euro 200 billion over three years to solve a Euro 40 billion problem, the problem is not solved … Continue reading

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An illustration of US government process

The Night Watchman Once upon a time the government had a vast scrap yard in the middle of a desert. Congress said, “Someone may steal from it at night.” So they created a night watchman position and hired a person … Continue reading

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On The Lighter Side…

Reacting to Executive Branch Security scuttlebutt… Submitted for posting on GeoffTalk.com by reader BC, Esq. of Austin, TX A ‘tip o’ the hat’ to BC, Esq. Geoff & John

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More Foreign Housing Bubble News Bubbling to the Surface

While there are plenty of neysayers regarding the possibility of a bubble in Australia, and we have written about this in the past,(http://geofftalk.com/?p=2487, http://geofftalk.com/?p=1192) but today Zerohedge posted an interesting article titled Is This The Canary Of Australia’s Collapsing Housing … Continue reading

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