Monthly Archives: June 2013

U.S equities finally pull back

After an extremely long push into unseen prices, U.S equities finally pulled back. This largely followed comments from Fed officials. Bernanke stated that the Fed could slow it’s MBS purchases later in the year. While this is allegedly predicated on … Continue reading

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Thought provoking commentary on the distinction between the old society and the one of today

Yes, there are scarier things than having the Kardashians as American Royalty.    

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The Future of America? Look no further than Detroit, Michigan for a view of the inevitable…

Rotting, Decaying And Bankrupt – If You Want To See The Future Of America Just Look At Detroit By Michael Snyder, June 16th, 2013 Eventually the money runs out. Much of America was shocked when the city of Detroit defaulted … Continue reading

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Niall Ferguson helps set the record straight on austerity

Most people ignore history. Please don’t.

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Words & Logic v. Perception & Wisdom…

Submitted to GeoffTalk.com for posting by GeoffTalk.com reader: Tony DeBano A ‘tip ‘o the hat’ to Tony DeBano of Laguna Niguel, California. Geoff Yuen

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Judge Jeanine Pirro has had enough of the lies surrounding Benghazi

Between the President’s apparent nonchalant behavior during the terrorist attack in Benghazi and subsequent disdain for anyone questioning his lack of leadership and likely cover-up story, to Hillary Clinton’s incompetence, Judge Jeanine lays out the problems with unquestioned clarity and … Continue reading

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