Monthly Archives: July 2012

“Believe Me, It Will Be Enough”: Prayer as Central Bank Policy. Not everyone buys it.

Last week, the president of the ECB, proclaimed that the ECB will do whatever it takes to preserve the Euro. Meanwhile, the Euro jumped in against the major pairs. Now they really have to deliver or there will be major … Continue reading

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For those who have not yet read the details of the Affordable Health Care Act of 2009

The Affordable Health Care Act of 2009 has been incrementally implemented for several years, you may want to know some of the details before it reaches full implementation in 2014 Re-Posted from YouTube at the suggestion of GeoffTalk.com reader Suzanne … Continue reading

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ICE & Border Patrol Union Chiefs Condemn Napolitano’s Amnesty!

July 27, 2012 ICE & Border Patrol Unions Describe Chaos Resulting from Executive amnesty Reprinted from the Numbers USA Newsletter at the suggestion of GeoffTalk.com reader Patti Huff A ‘tip o’ the hat’ to Patti Huff of Las Vegas, Nevada. … Continue reading

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US Workers, are you ready for some straight talk about your future? If you’re not, then blame others at your own peril.

What no one’s telling US workers By Rick Newman While policy wonks argue about how to address income inequality in this country, plenty of hardworking Americans need to hear a more practical message. Read more here: What no one’s telling … Continue reading

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Monetary Policy is not Looking so Good these Days…

Not looking good for Keynsians Either Bloomberg published a fascinating article today. For years, thoughts inside the Fed have shifted from interest rate targeting, to targeting monetary aggregates, back to using interest rates as a method to shift aggregate demand. … Continue reading

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SocGen on China

Societe Generale has a nice presentation on China economic conditions. Most of the exhibits do not point to a hard landing, however I don’t think we will know that until its deep in it. China government data production is notoriously … Continue reading

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A worthwhile look at the coming Economic Collapse

The Economic Collapse for Dummies Re-posted from ZeroHedge as a public service. Geoff, John, & Staff

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This is a CRAZY misuse of American Tax dollars. Why do we tolerate this? Don’t! Learn how to stop it.

WBFF: Free Phone Frenzy – abuse of the federal Lifeline program This is another look at our out of control Government in action! Your Federal tax dollars at work! Learn how to fight this abuse and find out more about … Continue reading

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An articulate and sensible voice on the Eurozone Debacle continues to be ignored.

Nigel Farage, Member of the European Parliament, articulates what clearly is true, yet, the Eurozone continues to ignore him. Nigel Farage is once again making common sense arguments in European parliament while blasting the absence of European commission president Herman … Continue reading

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What was it like in the WWII Japanese-American Internment Camps?

Japanese Americans uprooted and transferred to Internment Camps demonstrate American loyalty, cohesiveness, perseverance, and creativity in their new environment. On February 19, 1942, as a consequence of the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii by the Imperial Japanese Naval … Continue reading

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