Monthly Archives: November 2012

Listen to a REAL Conservative Presidential Contender

David Horowitz TV: Bill Whittle Re-posted from David Horowitz TV at the suggestion of GeoffTalk.com reader Zane Pruett. A ‘tip o’ the hat’ to Zane Pruett of Houston Texas Geoff

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Look around, America needs to address serious challenges and implement serious solutions…

34 Signs That America Is In Decline by Michael Snyder, on November 29th, 2012 The United States is clearly in an advanced state of decline.  Many people around the world (and even inside America) rejoice at this, but not me.  … Continue reading

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Today on Housing Bubble Fun: Norway

While I have never been to Norway and do not consider myself an expert on Norway housing, I do have reason to fear any long time series that is nice and stable, then goes parabolic. Housing bubble stories continue to … Continue reading

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Municipal Bankruptcies Update-November 2012

As we have written in prior posts, (http://geofftalk.com/?p=4036), municipal bankruptcy continues to be a problem. While the troubles in San Bernardino are known, today saw the announcement that San Bernardino will put off paying $13 million to the California Retirment … Continue reading

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The Likely Definitive Analysis of the 2012 Presidential Election

The Mythic Narrative of the 2012 Election By Matthew Dowd The aftermath of the 2012 presidential election has generated a moment of myth creation about what happened on Nov. 6 — why President Obama won, why Mitt Romney lost, and … Continue reading

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We give thanks for all our blessings, God bless our readers

The best to you all… GeoffTalk.com Geoff, John, Guest Contributors, & Staff

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‘Golden’ words to the wise…

Some personal thoughts on surviving the monetary meltdown by: Detlev Schlichter Let us start by looking at the economy from 10,000 feet above: After 40 years of boozing on easy money and feasting on fantastical asset price inflation, the global … Continue reading

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Ron Paul was the key to a Republican Victory

Romney would be President if he picked Ron Paul for VP by Chriss Street Republican Party insiders would love to blame their election losses on emerging demographic voting patterns, which result in voting “based on who you are, not where … Continue reading

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Do the Wealthy need to pay more?

Obama: “The Wealthy Need To Pay a Little More” Do They? – The Last Resistance Even worse fiscal news is pouring in, and it’s only the Saturday after the election. If this is the direction we are headed less than … Continue reading

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Obituary of the United States of America (Re-posted as a reminder from October 2, 2012)

Those that don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it… In 1887 Alexander Tyler, a Scottish professor at the University of Edinburgh, had this to say about the fall of the Athenian Republic some 2,000 years prior: “A democracy … Continue reading

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